Airgill Chill™ makes the Men’s Journal inaugural Gear Lab
The Men’s Journal editorial team goes out and selects the best products out there. Then they rigorously test and evaluate, using the products in the most extreme conditions. Only the strongest survive to make the Gear Lab.
Men’s Journal is a trusted voice for men, so we are pretty flattered to be named to the list, but when it comes to the Airgill Chill, we aren’t super surprised that people are taking notice. This Performance Fishing Gear (PFG) shirt is pretty incredible.
We took one of our most popular fishing shirts and gave it Omni-Freeze® ICE sweat-activated cooling technology. When the shirt’s fabric comes into contact with your sweat, the temperature of the fabric is lowered, creating an immediate cooling sensation. The fabric feels cool to the touch and you stay extra comfortable.
The Airgill Chill also features Omni-Shade® UPF 30 sun protection. This technology helps block damaging UV rays from reaching your skin thanks to its tight weave construction, UV reflectors and UV absorption. Enhanced sun protection also comes from the extended protective collar that flips up to keep the rays off your neck.
As in the original Airgill, strategically placed vents channel airflow in through the front of the shirt, and out through the back, creating a breezy, breathable garment. Adjustable sleeves roll up and fasten with a button to give the shirt versatility in wear, while a rod holder provides hands-free capability.
All round, the Airgill Chill is an impressive, versatile fishing shirt that beats the heat in cooling comfort. Men’s Journal took note, and we think that’s pretty cool too.
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