Elevator pitch: Glade Bamboo Sun Shirts

Blended with 95-percent butter soft bamboo and UPF 30+, this long sleeve is moisture wicking, quick-drying, and breathable.
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Blonde woman with hat wearing Glade Bamboo Sun Shirts by water

Made of bamboo and nylon, these shirts are wicking, quick-drying, breathable, and super soft.

Elevator Pitches are written by the company and edited for space and clarity. They do not express the opinions of SNEWS or its editors.

Ride the elevator with Curt Nichols, founder of Glade.

This might just be the most comfortable shirt you’ve ever worn. Seriously, you need to feel this! After years of researching, building, and field testing our proprietary blend of butter soft bamboo material, we’re thrilled to announce the release of our flagship bamboo performance shirts that are unrivaled in comfort, durability, and versatility. 

The women's lightweight sun shirt comes in teal and heather gray.

The women's lightweight sun shirt comes in teal and heather gray.

These shirts are suited for any adventure, big or small, with a wide breadth of features including all-day protection from the sun with UPF 30+, as well as quick dry and anti-odor technology. The fabric is naturally moisture wicking and ultra-breathable and the lightweight design will have you feeling like you’re wearing nothing at all. With a modern fit in both men’s and women’s cuts, this shirt is perfect for squeezing every last drop of fun of whatever your weekend adventure has to offer. We at Glade are proud to offer a wide range of comfortable, durable outdoor gear to help the next generation of adventurers focus on having fun outdoors.

MSRP: $39

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