Patagonia Tropic Comfort II Hooded Shirt - Men's

Patagonia Tropic Comfort II Hooded Shirt - Men's
Patagonia Tropic Comfort II Hooded Shirt - Men's
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Tropic Comfort II Hooded Shirt - Men's by Patagonia
A sunny day out on the water would be absolutely perfect if it wasn't for the constant bite of the sun on your back, but you can keep the bite on your line by covering up with the Patagonia Tropic Comfort II Hooded Shirt. This ultralight and quick-drying hoodie provides UPF 50 level protection from the sun that extends from the back of your hands to the top of your head thanks to the thumbholes and slightly oversized hood, which easily flips up over your favorite fishing hat when that punishing sun won't quit. The newest version of this Patagonia staple is made with Capilene Cool Daily fabric, which was engineered specifically to perform in hot climates, giving you advanced breathability and moisture-wicking performance for your long days out in the sun.

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