Hey, Camp Fans!
We’re going all out this season to get the best in gear, clothes, and other camp supplies so your kids can get the most out of their summer camp experience. Ever expanding our shop, we’ve recently brought on an abundance of new apparel from Columbia. I don’t have enough space to go through all of the newly added items on this post, so I just picked three to discuss for today:
1.) the Zero Rules Tee, 2.) the Rain-Zilla Rain Jacket, and 3.) the Bora Bora Booney.
So much more than just a t-shirt, the Zero Rules Short Sleeve Shirt helps keep you cool while you’re having your fun in the sun. Designed to deliver Omni-Shade sun protection of UPF 30, the Zero Rules t-shirt keeps you comfy with Omni-wicking technology as well as sweat-activated cooling so that the more active you make yourself, the cooler you become.
Get a great workout in this shirt and stay as comfy as you are when relaxing. Available in a Men’s design as well as a Women’s V-neck. Summer’s hot—doesn’t mean you have to be. Cool off with Zero Rules
Make the best of a rainy day with a Rain-Zilla Rain Jacket from Columbia. After all what’s more fun staying perfectly comfortable and dry while stomping around in a wet world? You’ll be like an unstoppable monster destroying whole cities stomping those puddles!
When you puddle it up with this protection, you’re untouchable. King Kong’s got nothing on you with this waterproof fabric on your back. And warm microfleece lining inside, the Rain-Zilla Jacket is perfect. Available in boys and girls designs.
Your boon companion at camp, take the Bora Bora Booney with you when you make your trips out on the lake. Available as the Bora Bora II and Jr. sizes, protect yourself out on the water with THIS fishing hat!
Stylish and protective, this high-performance fishing hat from Columbia combines UPF 50 and an Omni-Wick sweatband to keep you feeling cool and to keep sweat from getting in your eyes. It also blocks 98% of the harmful UV rays from the sun.
Check out all of our great Columbia products right here and, as always, thanks for reading.