Add some feminine flair to your fishing experience with the COLUMBIA® Armadale™ women's skort. The internal boyshorts are designed with Omni-Freeze® technology, which pulls heat away from the skin and keeps you feeling cool all day long. Its stretchy construction offers fantastic mobility, while the quick-drying fabric is ideal in damp conditions.
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Fabric Content: 86% polyester, 14% elastane
Slim, contoured fit for ease of movement and a stylish look.
Performance Technology: Columbia® Omni-Freeze®
Omni-Freeze® consists of specially shaped flat yarns that facilitate the release of heat, and feel cooler to the touch, during warm weather and active outdoor adventures. The specifically shaped yarns, when woven or knit together, create Omni-Freeze, which transfers heat from a surface at a faster rate than traditional fabric. The Omni-Freeze flat yarns increase the surface area of the fabric that contacts your bare skin, which transmits heat faster and feels cooler to the touch.
Performance Technology: Columbia® Omni-Shade®
Omni-Shade sun protection technology helps block damaging UV rays from reaching your skin, allowing for more carefree hours in the sun.
Fabric transfers moisture from the skin to the fabric's surface for quick evaporation, keeping you dry and comfortable.
UV Protection: Yes
Fabric is treated to block UV (ultraviolet) radiation from the sun, helping to prevent sunburn.
A-line shaped skort
Stretchable design offers enhanced mobility
Quick-drying fabric is ideal in potentially damp conditions
I think this skirt will work great for golf this summer. I have several Columbia bottoms and be warned that the sizing runs small for the "number sizing". I am typically a sz 2 in everything else but wear a 4 or even a 6 in Columbia. I ordered this in a 4 and I think it will be fine. I only give 4 stars because the pocket on the right side (which they have conveniently barely shown in the picture) is a tad bulky and sticks out making the skirt look a little wider than it actually is.