Haeleum — Mossy Oak® Camo — Long Sleeve

How to keep the bugs away? Short of staying inside, wearing a Haeleum — Mossy Oak® Camo — Long Sleeve shirt is your next best option. You won’t be sacrificing comfort, because this shirt just feels great next to your skin. In addition, the shirt is rated 50+ UPF, so you get sun protection from UVA and UVB rays as well. But there’s more…

Mossy Oak long sleeve tee is long enough to stay comfortably tucked in

Mossy Oak Camo — Long Sleeve

A shirt is only good if you like it and want to wear it. Such is the case with the Darian Mossy Oak Camo. It’s lightweight, non-clinging, wrinkle resistant, snag-resistant, and breathable. Flat stitching makes it exceptionally comfortable against your skin. The Mossy Oak Obsession pattern means it looks as good as it feels.

Mossy Oak long sleeve tee is available in the Obsession pattern

If you spend a great deal of time outdoors, you know there are many things you need to be aware of. While the shirt probably won’t protect you from wild animals, it does cover a lot of the other ‘gotchas’ lurking in the woods.

Zika-virus, West Nile virus, Dengue Fever, Lyme Disease and more

Insect Shield Technology is EPA-registered to deliver insect repellant properties through 70 launderings (expected lifetime of the shirt.) Watch the video to see how much bugs really don’t like this shirt.

Anti-Microbial Odor Control

The shirt is made of 100% DryTru polyester, which quickly pulls the sweat from your skin and evaporates it — keeping you and your shirt odor free. The anti-microbial odor control also makes it harder for an animal to sense your presence.

The Mossy Oak Camo is but one of many shirts available from Haeleum. Sizes range from men’s XS through 3XL. It would make an excellent gift, but don’t forget to get one for yourself as well.

Mossy Oak long sleeve tee has built-in insect repellant properties

Disclosure

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received Mossy Oak® Camo — Long Sleeve shirt for free from Haeleum in consideration for a gear review.


Originally published at Doug Bardwell.