Vollebak Planet Earth Shirts

Mar 21, 2018

Category: Gear

Outdoor industry mad-men Vollebak are at it again. This time, though, they’re not rolling out a new jacket or outer layer. Instead, the London-based company is introducing what they’re calling the Planet Earth Shirts.

Rather than being made for any one specific environment or situation, these shirts are engineered to take on literally anything. Mountains, jungle, desert; you name it and this shirt boasts features that’ll help you keep your wits about you. For example, the shirt boasts a reinforced mosquito collar that can be worn four different ways, a slew of air-vents that keep your temperature well regulated, and a series of gear-loops for keeping your tools close to you. The shirt itself was cut from a special high performance and breathable fabric made by Schoeller in Switzerland, and it features a special 3XDry and anti-microbial treatment for keeping you stench free even after a few days on the road. And that is only just some of what this shirt has to offer. You can purchase one now in either black, grey, green, or white.

Purchase: $345

More From Gear

Featured Image

CLEW Is Revolutionizing The World Of Step-In Snowboard Bindings

Blending the security of straps with the convenience of a step-in.

Posted By

Jan 24, 2020

Featured Image

Zero Halliburton’s Iconic Luggage Just Got Even More Indestructible

Complete with patent-pending ZH Concave Edging tech.

Posted By

Jan 24, 2020

Featured Image

Adidas’ DEMONSKIN Soccer Cleats Turn You Into An Apex Pitch Predator

Carnivore-inspired advanced footwear for unrivaled ball control.

Posted By

Jan 23, 2020

Featured Image

The 20 Best Everyday Carry Pens

Reliable writing utensils to add to your daily loadout.

Posted By

Jan 23, 2020

Featured Image

Nike Upgrades Its High-Tech Self-Lacing Basketball Shoe With The BB 2.0

A shoe straight out of the future with engine-driven self-tightening laces.

Posted By

Jan 23, 2020

Featured Image

Head Into Orbit With LEGO’s 864-Piece International Space Station Set

A loving recreation of the ISS from the brand's Ideas crowdsourcing forums.

Posted By

Jan 23, 2020