KUHLThrive Shirt - Men's

Cool-wearing comfort.

From the scorching sun of the Mojave to the heat-radiating concrete of NYC, the Kuhl Men's Thrive Long-Sleeve Shirt keeps you from overheating in sweltering environments with its quick-drying fabric and breathable mesh ventilation. Strategic ventilation rapidly cools your upper body where you're most prone to perspiration, which is along the sides and underarms. Roll-up sleeves maintain wearing comfort when the temperature skyrockets throughout the day. UPF 50 ensures full protection on the sunniest days of the year, especially at high altitudes and along bright coastal locations.

  • Cool-wearing shirt for warm environments
  • Quick-drying, wrinkle-resistant nylon fabric
  • Superfine breathable mesh along high-perspiration areas
  • Roll-up sleeves for versatility in changing conditions
  • UPF 50 protects your body from scorching UV rays
  • Chest pockets add storage for outdoor excursions
  • Reviews
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Almost perfect

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

Great shirt. Light weight, comfortable, well cut, stylish, and super breathable in the summer with mesh under the arms. Multiple functional pockets. Buttons allow you to pin up the arms. Only gripe is the use of rubber buttons which tend to be a minor annoyance to use. That said, probably better than metal for a shirt that can do sweat duty. Plastic might have been better. That said, pretty minor issue.

A Pretty Kuhl Shirt

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium

As the title above states, this is a Kuhl shirt. It will keep you Kuhl, looks Kuhl, and is of course made by Kuhl. Ive used this shirt several times since I purchased it, and its a pretty solid purchase. It has 2 front pockets for easy access along with two (what I assume to be) vents that unzip underneath those pockets. I greatly enjoy the breathabillity of the shirt and the plethora of colors to chose from, but this shirt is not without it's shortcomings. The rubber buttons are super annoying to use due to their tendency to bend, and the shirt is a little baggy on me (full disclosure, Im a pretty skinny guy). All in all, I would recommend this shirt to anyone looking for a lightweight and breathable polyester shirt for hiking, backpacking, or lounging around.