The RailRiders Expedition Shirt reinvented. Our new Versatac Light Shirt is a expeditionary workhorse. Made from featherweight 1.5oz nylon / polyester blend, this shirt has features beyond features. They include: 2 front cargo pockets with flaps and zippers. 2 larger vertical zip pockets sit behind these cargo pockets to hold such items as maps, airline tickets, passports etc. Roll-up sleeves with lashes to stay put and invisible snaps under collar tabs to hold the collar points down. Ventilation panels run from 9 inches above hem into armpit and down sleeve to 3" before cuff. Back vent with cape adds additional ventilation.
Reason for Being: Our most technical shirt designed with the VersaTac pants to meet the specs of military professionals and professional adventurers.
Fabric: Our 1.5 ounce featherweight blend of 76% nylon/24% polyester.
UV Protection: Carries a sun protection rating of UPF 30+.
Pockets: The chest of the shirt has two large button-closure cargo pockets as well as two hidden zipper-closure pockets beneath. A 6” deep quick access utility pocket adds space for writing utensils, glasses, pocket knives, or a celebratory cigar.
Ventilation: The Versatac shirt carries side-mesh ventilation running from cuff to hem along the underarm and side of the torso, allowing you to breath and stay cool while still keeping the sun away. Back cape vent allows airflow and additional ventilation.
Roll-up sleeves: Has tabs/buttons to keep your sleeves rolled up when you want them to be. Also has hidden button closure on the collar.
Great fit well ventilated and love the roomy pockets. Really appreciate the sun protection.
Edward2674 ., Bellevue, Washington
I have several of these shirts. They are the perfect travel shirt. The large pockets can really hold a lot. Just has buttons and zippers none of than dn Velcro which catches on everything.We live in North Central Florida and believe me this is the perfect Florida shirt.
howard g., Morriston, Florida
This is my third Versatac shirt. Now I have three colors to choose from. I wore the khaki one for 200 miles on the John Muir Trail and it still looks great. Mostly I wear these fly fishing for which they are perfect. My favorite feature by far is the pocket for my readers.
SCOTT S., PLYMOUTH, Massachusetts