keep in mind any color other than white will absorb sun/heat. try the white, that's what most of mine are. i've got a 1975 20 foot mako, it came from the factory with a yellow floor. about mid morning it would be so hot you couldn't stand on it.
09-10-2019 09:51 PM
I love this one - simply because of the light colors - never understood dark colors in the heat.
all of these shirts are fine if you wear light colors in the summer. The main two things for any shirt like these...light colors and a breeze.
09-10-2019 04:49 PM
Yak a Tak
I’ve noticed the Huk shirts seem to hug my midriff more than others, thinking their sizing is geared to the thinner millennial.
09-10-2019 12:15 PM
I wear mainly GameGuard fishing shirts because their fabric, to me, feels cooler than any other fishing shirt I have tried, and that includes just about all of them. To me, they are much more breathable and comfortable, and they also make big boy sizes that are actually roomy.
09-09-2019 02:27 PM
Originally Posted by GooseCommanderozz
The thing about Huk shirts, at least from what I’ve found because I have a couple of them, is you MUST have a breeze blowing. If there’s not any wind, they are really hot to wear.
this is true for just about all of them... must have a breeze or any shirt is hot in 98 degrees...
havne't tried the huk brand but most of the poly's are the same.. find the thinest lightest one you can get your hands on. I like the ones with the buff and gator all in one myself.
09-08-2019 11:49 AM
Originally Posted by Dasboot
They look cool but don't come in old fat dude sizes...
Try the Landers shirts - they’re good quality and come in 3x and 4x I believe.