You may not live in a mountain town, but having a mountain-ready shirt in your closet is never a bad idea. I mean, surely you’ll find a need for one, whether you’re camping at Adirondack, riding the local single trail, or attending a Jason Aldean concert. If you want a mountain shirt that doesn’t just look the part but plays the part, too, Western Rise’s Buckhorn Snap Shirt will definitely play to your liking.
Described as “old-west style meets new mountain-tech,” the shirt looks like a garment straight out of old cowboy movies, albeit with a flatter and slimming silhouette for a more contemporary look. Don’t worry, it’s not quite as fitted as the slim shirts you wear to work, providing enough stretching room for movement, as well as space underneath for a light form-fitting mid-layer.
Designed to perform regardless of weather, the Western Rise Buckhorn Snap Shirt comes with UPF 30+ rating for keeping the sun’s hot rays at bay and Nanotex technology for keeping out both water and oil. Laser-cut underarm venting lets that frequently warm area breathe and cool down, while reflective piping under the cuffs and collar should give you a little visibility at night. Features include a breathable polyester construction, dark pearl snap buttons, dual chest pockets with button flaps, and a hidden lanyard on the left chest pocket for carrying EDC gear like a compact pocket tool.
Available now, the Western Rise Buckhorn Snap Shirt is priced at $89.