Patagonia Stretch Wavefarer 20in Walk Short - Men's

Patagonia Stretch Wavefarer 20in Walk Short - Men's
Patagonia Stretch Wavefarer 20in Walk Short - Men's
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Stretch Wavefarer 20in Walk Short - Men's by Patagonia
The Patagonia Men's Stretch Wavefarer 20in Walk Short transitions from sea to skyline without skipping a beat. Chino styling handsomely disguises its coastal heritage on casual work days in the city. Hand and rear pockets offer functional storage for daily essentials, complete with mesh pocket bags for quick drainage after hitting the beach. It's made from a lightweight four-way stretch material, with a DWR finish rapidly accelerating drying once you leave the water. This quick-drying fabric allows you to hit the beach in the early morning, then transition to grabbing lunch downtown without dripping all over. Another summer-friendly feature, UPF 50+ sun protection shields you from scorching UV rays when you're hanging on the beach and commuting through the city.

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