Women’s “PFG Bahama” Long Sleeve Shirt

This product- as well as all the products throughout our recommended products section, we hope to have available soon.  Thank you for your patience during our development; every other section on the website should operate rightly.  Please email Distance@WildWillpower.org if you find otherwise.  

    Handy pockets & helpful performance features like venting & UPF 30 combine with simple styling & clean lines to deliver a hard-working fishing shirt fit for the discerning sportswoman.

The PFG Bahama comes in many colors:

Women's Bahama main

Women's Bahama rear

Women's Bahama short sleeve

More colors are shown below, but first here are some of the specs:


  • Omni-Shade UPF 30 provides maximum protection for long hours in the sun
  • Hidden venting at mid back keeps the cool air flowing through
  • Quick dry fabric for functional performance on the water
  • Imported


  • Omni-Shade 100% nylon
Sun Protection

This shirt retails for only $48; select the color you’d like below:

Women's Bahama light blue

Women's Bahama lavender

Women's Bahama teal

Women's Bahama fossil

Women's Bahama yellow

Women's Bahama hot pink

Women's Bahama mid pink

Women's Bahama pink

Women's Bahama white

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