Columbia Bug Shield Shirt - Boys

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CozyMole says:
The Columbia Bug Shield Shirt uses Columbia's Insect Blocker™ technology to deter insects from spoiling your fun - see Columbia's details below for more information. This long sleeve shirt is a lightweight product designed to give all over coverage so that you have good sun and insect protection yet stay as cool as possible.
Available in Compass Blue.

Manufacturer's Comments on this Product:

Insect Blocker™ technology is a revolutionary new defense in the battle against bugs. Using a synthetic version of a repellent that is found naturally in certain types of flowers, it offers invisible, odorless protection that is integrated directly into clothing and gear to keep mosquitoes, flies, ticks, ants and other biting insects away, so you can enjoy a bug-free adventure. Insect Blocker requires no re-application or special care of any kind and is so tightly bonded to fabric fibers that it retains its effectiveness for up to 70 washings. It provides invisible, odorless protection that will last through six months of constant exposure to sun and rain and is EPA registered without any restriction so everyone can use it, including infants and toddlers, and women who are pregnant or nursing. Insect Blocker turns clothing and gear into safe, long-lasting, effective insect protection to keep bugs at bay so you can enjoy the Greater Outdoors in peace.


  • Insect Blocker™
  • 100% polyester double knit
  • Antimicrobial
  • Omni-Shade UPF30 Sun protection
  • Omni-Wick Quick Dry fabric
Note: Omni-Wick was previously called Omni-Dry, but has been renamed Omni-Wick. It moves perspiration away from your skin and promotes quick evaporation for dryness and comfort.


Sizing Note: Columbia sizing does NOT align directly with child age.
It is sized very similarly to some high street brands (for example it is almost identical to Next sizing), and many children will need to size up.
The size typically (but not always) relates to traditional 50th percentile sizes, which many children now exceed.