When the days stretch long, there’s more time to do it all. Jump in a high-alpine lake, fish for trout in a scenic river, paddle from one island to the next, or surf endless waves behind a boat. And that’s just a Tuesday in July. Come summer, you need clothes that can not only get wet but will dry quickly, breathe when temps soar, and stretch and move with you as you bounce from one water-bound activity to the next.
Bandit Shirt / Reynolds Short
When the sun is glaring and you’re out all day, sometimes you want a full-coverage, don’t-get-a-sunburn shirt. That’s when the hooded Bandit Shirt becomes your best friend. It’s long-sleeved, lightweight, and dries in a pinch, built for river trips and full days on the lake. Throw on the Reynolds Short, a do-everything board short with a 40+ UPF, and you’ll be dialed for water-filled adventures from paddling to surfing to fishing.
You’re heading out on the lake on a boat or paddleboard. Or paddling a canoe through the Boundary Waters. Or maybe hiking to a high-alpine lake for an impromptu swim. Wherever you’re going, you need a shirt and shorts that can handle sweat, sun, and water. The Phil A is a button-up shirt that looks classy but is still technical and breathable. The Hot Tub 11.5 Short are essentially water-ready board shorts you can wear around town.