Rivers Tex Shirts $20 Sale

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Rivers Tex Shirts $20 Sale

Postby crollsurf » Wed 10 May, 2017 12:56 pm

Notice Rivers has a sale on there Nylon/Polyester Tex shirts. Not sure if this is also an in-store offer but I know the Belrose store has plenty of sizes and a few colours.
http://www.rivers.com.au/catalogdb/item.asp?SP=91814&PS=335&G=1mens

I paid $25 for mine a while ago. Super cheap for a light-weight hiking shirt. It's not clingy, has a roll-up collar to keep the Sun off and the arms are long, so cuffs cover hands down to knuckles (or at least mine does). It is a bit crinkly but feels fine on the skin. Only problem I have is the under-arms get sweaty because there is no material close to armpit to wick sweat. Happy with it otherwise and tend to wear a Lycra T underneath to wick the sweat anyway.

BTW I don't work or have any association with Rivers. I just put it out there because its a bargain, you could easily pay $100+ for a similar shirt.
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