Patagonia Polarized Graphic Tee

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Three days on the Middle Fork of the Salmon, and he's run 27 rapids, caught and released five unofficial world-record steelhead, devoured 14 s'mores and worn one shirt. This technical boys' T-shirt is made of a layerable and ultra fast-drying 4.8-oz polyester jersey with 20-UPF sun protection. With a straight hem and available in multiple graphic options.

- Patagonia.com

On Sale. Patagonia Boy's Polarized Graphic Tee FEATURES of the Patagonia Boys' Polarized Graphic Tee Comfortable and cool-wearing 100% polyester jersey, with 20-UPF sun protection Five colorful graphic options Straight hem SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Boys' Polarized Graphic Tee Weight: 4.4 oz / 125 g Regular fit 4.8-oz 100% polyester jersey, with 20-UPF sun protection This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

The Patagonia Polarized Graphic T-shirt is made of super comfortable polyester jersey fabric with UPF 20 sun protection.

- REI

The Enchantments earn their name in summer ? as do the Cascade Mountains. In rain-drenched zones, pull on the women's Patagonia Torrentshell Stretch Pants. They give full H2No Performance Standard waterproof/breathable protection, and the 2.5-layer nylon ripstop fabric stays durable while stretch panels in the articulated knees keep you high-steppin? in your rain pants. The full-length, two-way separating side zips have watertight, coated zippers (with snap tabs at the top and bottom) and the waist has a watertight zip fly with a snap closure. The waistband is partially elasticized and the elasticized cuffs seal out moisture. Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish.

- RockCreek

With smooth and durable construction and UPF protection, you think the Patagonia Boys' Polarized Graphic T-Shirt has all your boy's summer-shirt needs covered. But then Patagonia gives him three options for cool-kid graphics, and you realize the fun of customization.

- Backcountry.com