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Patagonia Men's Long-Sleeved Snap-Dry Shirt

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Built for comfort and freedom of movement, this versatile fishing shirt is made from a stretchy and durable fabric for layering in cool and windy conditions; two large zippered pockets hold fly boxes or other essentials.

Fishing in cool weather calls for a good long-sleever, but traditional flannel doesn't have the technical chops needed for a long day on the water. Starting with a stretchy and durable 6.8-oz 63% nylon/26% polyester/11% spandex fabric, we developed the versatile new Long-Sleeved Snap-Dry Shirt as a lightweight, performance-focused layer for the cool and windy conditions of shoulder season. With built-in 4-way stretch, the shirt moves easily with your body and provides excellent freedom of motion through the shoulders and arms; the fabric has a DWR (durable water repellent) finish that sloughs off light moisture or spray. The inside of the shoulder yoke is lined with soft, fast-wicking 100% recycled polyester for comfort under pack straps, and the two front fly-box pockets have zip closures with zipper pulls for quick access. Other features include a simple collar, hang loop, and a snap-closure front placket and cuffs; a small tool attachment is included on the left chest.

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Features
  • Durable, fast-drying and highly water-resistant 63% nylon/26% polyester/11% spandex fabric has 4-way stretch and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish
  • Shoulder yoke is lined with soft, moisture-wicking 100% recycled polyester double knit for additional comfort
  • Snap-closure front and cuffs
  • Two front fly-box pockets with zip closures
  • Tool attachment on left chest
  • 454 g (16 oz)
  • Patagonia Fly Fishing Collection
Materials

Shell: 6.8-oz 63% nylon/26% polyester/11% spandex with 4-way stretch and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish.

Interior shoulder yoke: 2.3-oz 100% recycled polyester double knit


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