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  1. #51
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    norse's link is busted so here is another example: https://arcteryx.com/us/en/shop/mens/remige-hoody
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    whoops, fixed
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    "If we can't bring the mountain to the party, let's bring the PARTY to the MOUNTAIN!"

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    I wear my Patagonia Tropic Comfort hoody almost every day. Even when it’s crazy hot out, the long sleeves and hood keep the sun off and it is very breezy.

    I’d definitely be in for a FKNA version. Hoods are great.

  6. #56
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon3 View Post
    I wear my Patagonia Tropic Comfort hoody almost every day. Even when it’s crazy hot out, the long sleeves and hood keep the sun off and it is very breezy.

    I’d definitely be in for a FKNA version. Hoods are great.
    This ^^^. Built to burn!

    They make a non-hoody version too.

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  7. #57
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    Similar to this:

    https://aftco.com/collections/fishin...ab5c5e5b3f0255

    I have several and been running them for years, not just Aftco. Non of them stink, breath exceptionally well, major cooling effect when you put a little water on it, even when it’s blazing hot. Pretty much live in mine once the temps come up or lounging around the house.
    You can get similar shirts in Amazon for $20, I own quite a few as well and they are similar quality. Few bucks for printing and these shouldn’t be more than $28’ish/ea.

  8. #58
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    Y'all willing to throw down $75 to $90 on these things?

    Quote Originally Posted by 2FUNKY View Post
    You can get similar shirts in Amazon for $20, I own quite a few as well and they are similar quality. Few bucks for printing and these shouldn’t be more than $28’ish/ea.
    How about looking at the hangtag and telling me who makes them so I can fish around.
    Last edited by splat; 05-25-2021 at 10:38 PM.

  9. #59
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    The one I posted will run around $15 for the blank shirt, I italicized the 'around' cause I don't know if that's the printer's cost or ours. I'm assuming it's his, since it's from his source. So let's say he adds a few bucks per shirt - now it's $18 plus his $3 to order the shirts, pick them up, and print; plus $8 for priority mail and I want $3 for the packaging and legwork.

    It's a 50/50 blended shirt with FKNA on it for $32 shipped.
    Is there anybody that doesn't work for?

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    #cottonkills
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  11. #61
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    Yes, we know.
    It magnifies the sun's heat until you boil and explode.
    Aren't most of these sunshirts 50/50?

  12. #62
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    The Sanmar one you posted is 100% poly. Regular shirt I prefer 50/50 but sun shirt should be mostly poly.

  13. #63
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    A lot of them seem to be some kinda ‘proprietary’ material but a little spandex or some kinda stretch fabric seems to be the addition if it’s not 100% poly


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  14. #64
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    I like the first fkna t-shirt version and want another.
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    Thanks, Abraham.

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    id throw down 75 to 90 for a customs fkna fishin shirt
    probably 2
    hoods are goods
    if ya dont need it
    dont pull it up
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  18. #68
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    i'm always down for some fkna!

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    Quote Originally Posted by abraham View Post
    First thing that caught my eye in the second link is the seam down the middle of the hood, which is shitty IMO.

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    My buddy runs this brand out of Portland, ME. I can see if he can sell you blanks and for how much.

    https://12wt.com/collections/new-category/

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    If there's a better shirt material than Nike dri-fit (100 poly), I have yet to find it.

    I've also had 100 percent poly shirts that are horrible thick, non-breathable stank traps.

    I don't know what Nike's secret sauce is but it's all I wear apart from my FKNA shirt from a few years back (no pants or shoes or anything. Just MOAR shirtz!)

    If there was a dri-fit FKNA hooded sun shirt, game over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketchecker View Post
    My buddy runs this brand out of Portland, ME. I can see if he can sell you blanks and for how much.

    https://12wt.com/collections/new-category/
    I appreciate it brother but it doesn't look like he has just single colors, does he?

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    Well, there's a whole lot out there. Shiite, I'll have to leave it to you guys to find something y'all agree will work, fabric and money-wise.

  24. #74
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    I vote for the fabric of the universe and 1 million bitcoins.
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  25. #75
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    Haven’t worn anything dri fit since high school football but it was the shit. Pretty cheap too so I can buy more and not have to worry about destroying them. Gets my vote


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