I wore this button-front shirt straight from happy hour to the skate park. The naturally wicking cotton/poly blend kept me comfortable and cool, despite my spending a lot of time on my backside. And, unlike my pants, the fine-woven fabric didn’t rip! The cut is relaxed but not baggy; I’m a medium and the fit was spot on. If you hate long shirttails, the hem is just right for wearing untucked. There’s a chest pocket with tab closure and even a lens cleaner cloth stitched inside the hem — a nice touch. The Sawyer is available in granite, java and redwood (pictured). It’s the perfect trail-to-town shirt for summer. Just don’t drink and ramp ride. Trust me. $54. dakotagrizzly.com

Brad Kovach is the editor/publisher of Terrain Magazine