Patagonia Sun Mask
1.8 oz / 51 g
4.8 oz 100% Recycled Polyester Circular-Knit Jersey / 20-UPF Sun Protection
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Patagonia Printed Sun Mask - New - Proving that serious sun protection doesn't have to be so serious, the Printed Sun Mask by Patagonia is available in bold, brightly colored fish prints. Of course, sun protection works only if you wear it, so comfort is key. This mask improves on the old-school bandana concept with an anatomically designed shape and a 100% recycled polyester jersey for a cotton like feel, super-high wicking performance and 20-UPF sun protection; it also hugs your face without unwanted pressure, while the bottom flares for neck coverage. Flat-sewn seams equal extra comfort, and the breathable fabric minimizes eyewear fogging. Easily converts into a hat, headband or neck gaiter. Recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program.
- Massey's Outfitters
Trade the boiled-lobster turista look for the cool colors and bold prints of our Sun Mask. The design improves on the old-school bandana concept with an anatomically designed shape and 100% recycled polyester jersey for a cotton-like feel, super-high wicking performance and 20-UPF sun protection (prints only); it also hugs your face without unwanted pressure, while the bottom flares for neck coverage.
- Rocky Mountain Trail
Whether you're eight miles into a desert hike or two pitches up the side of an ice-covered face, the Patagonia Tropic Comfort Mask shades you from sun, snow, and wind. This Balaclava keeps you cool in the sun and warm in the winter.
Patagonia Printed Sun Mask FEATURES of the Patagonia Printed Sun Mask Ultralight recycled polyester dries quickly and feels good against skin Tapered design covers the neck and stays put without constriction or tight spots Flat-sewn seams for all-day comfort Highly breathable fabric minimizes eyewear fogging and voice restriction Sublimation print for soft hand Converts into a hat, headband, neck gaiter or wristband Original art by Josh Udesen, Tim Borski and AD Maddox