- Jul 12, 2006
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Do any of you have a high end, moisture wicking golf shirt?
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As a backpacking enthusiast, I've had a fair number of wicking shirts. Their main drawback is the stink factor; they tend to hold on to body odors pretty tenaciously. Merino wool, on the other hand, wicks as well, is nearly as light, and doesn't funk up the jungle after a few hours of sweat. Don't know if they produce shirts that would be suitable for the links, but Ibex and Smartwool are two of the better makers.Originally Posted by Vintage Gent