Fillmore Short

$75.00  |  #63340  | New

Throw on the Fillmore Short and take stock of North Carolina’s wealth of secret gems: crops of granite, expansive vistas and the beaches of the Outer Banks. The lightweight, breathable performance fabric wicks and dries quickly keeping you comfortable; laser drill holes add ventilation when the mid-day air and humidity kick up. Store valuables in zippered side pocket or Velcro back pockets.

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Fillmore Short

Throw on the Fillmore Short and take stock of North Carolina’s wealth of secret gems: crops of granite, expansive vistas and the beaches of the Outer Banks. The lightweight, breathable performance fabric wicks and dries quickly keeping you comfortable; laser drill holes add ventilation when the mid-day air and humidity kick up. Store valuables in zippered side pocket or Velcro back pockets.

Features

Feature List
11" Inseam, Breathable, Packable Light Weight Performance Woven Fabric, Quick-Drying and Wicking, Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) 30, Velcro Closure Back Pockets, Zipper Secure Side Pocket
Main Materials
86% Polyester, 14% Elastane Plain Weave 3.6 oz/yd, 100% Polyester Interlock 2.9 oz/yd
Fit
Regular Fit
Weight
0lbs 8.3oz (235.3g)

Technology

UPF

What is it?

UPF stand for Ultraviolet Protection Factor. Clothing can protect you from the sun's ultraviolet rays. It all depends on the fiber content, weave, weight of fabric and color.

So what's the difference between UPF and SPF?

SPF stands for the Sun Protection Factor, most commonly associated with sunscreen. This measures the amount of time it takes for skin to burn. UPF on the other hand stands for Ultraviolet Protection Factor, which is a measure of the amount of UV radiation that penetrates a fabric and reaches your skin. For example, a fabric rated with a UPF of 20 will allow only 1/20th of the sun's UV rays to pass through.

Marmot UPF fabrics come in UPF 20, 25, 30, 35, 45 & 50.

What are the benefits of this technology?

Wearing a UPF fabric would greatly reduce your exposure to UV rays, (where it covers your body). Dark colors and tight weaves will have higher UPF ratings. As well, nylons and polyesters are better than plain cotton because they reflect radiation.

Wash & Care

Why do we encourage proper care of our clothing and gear?

Because you have invested in (or are thinking about investing in) one of the most technically advanced pieces of apparel or equipment you'll ever own and we want to make sure you have the information you need to protect and care for your purchase. Proper care assures you will optimize the performance of your Marmot product and maximize its service-life.

Clothing Care

  • Gentle cycle
  • Machine wash cold with like colors
  • Powdered detergent
  • No fabric softeners
  • Do not bleach
  • Tumble dry low
  • Remove promptly
  • Cool iron when needed
  • Do not dry clean

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