Patagonia Sandy Cay 8in Short - Men's

Patagonia Sandy Cay 8in Short - Men's
Patagonia Sandy Cay 8in Short - Men's
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Sandy Cay 8in Short - Men's by Patagonia
Whether you're casting for bonefish in the Bahamas or jet-setting to exotic beaches off the coast of Thailand, the Patagonia Men's Sandy Cay 8in Shorts are just the ticket to easy-wearing bliss in balmy conditions. Lightweight enough for warm-weather comfort, yet tough enough to withstand serious use and abuse, the nylon taslan strikes an ideal balance between airy-cool comfort and durability. Since nylon resists wrinkles, these shorts are a great choice for extended travel, where regular changing is often a luxury. Plus, its UPF 50+ rating ensures proper protection from the searing-hot sun when you're casting a line or kicking back on the beach. Moreover, there's plenty of storage space including: mesh-lined hand pockets for quick drainage, a zippered utility pocket, and drop-in thigh pocket.

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SKU: PAT01V0
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