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Jason Christie's Performance Picks
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Jason Christie's Performance Picks

Amassing over 2 million dollars in career earnings, AFTCO Pro Jason Christie has had an enormous amount of success throughout his angling career.

Recently, Jason collaborated with AFTCO to perfect his new Jason Christie Signature Performance Shirt. His direct feedback was instrumental to fine tune our already popular Samurai hooded performance shirt. Jason took additional measures to modify the hood of his Samurai shirts to improve the sun protection coverage on his face and prevent glare. The AFTCO product development team worked alongside Jason to adapt his unique modifications and produce a performance sun protection shirt with an increased hood size, neck closure system and an integrated hat visor sleeve. These specific features requested by Jason improve the surface area of sun protection on your face, neck, and ears while reducing overall glare from the sun's reflection on the water. Jason's new performance sun protection shirt is just one part of the overall sun protection system he implements while on the water.

 

 

Utilizing the AFTCO Solago Gloves—which feature AFBLOCK UPF 50 sun protection—to cover his hands while spending long hours on the water is also an essential element in his sun protection regiment.

 

 

Jason chooses our Stealth Fishing Shorts to keep him cool and comfortable, while utilizing high SPF sunscreen to protect his legs from harmful UV rays.

 

 

Follow all of the behind the scenes action on our AFTCO Freshwater Instagram account (@aftcofreshwater).


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