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Patagonia Men's A/C Short Sleeve Shirt

$39.93 $75.00*
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Patagonia Men's A/C Short Sleeve Shirt - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The Patagonia « Men's A/C Short Sleeve Shirt keeps you cool on warm weather days. The organic cotton fabric is extremely breathable and the side vents at the hem provide maximum airflow when the temperatures start to rise. The crinkle fabric design lifts the A/C shirt away from your skin to keep you comfortable.
FEATURES:

  • Crepe-like organic cotton crinkle fabric lifts shirt away from skin
  • Button-front shirt with button-through left chest patch pocket and side vents
  • Straight hem
  • All-over plaid print
  • Regular fit
  • Lightweight and breathable
  • Fabric: 100% organic cotton
  • Style: 52921
  • Patagonia
Country of Origin: Vietnam
Web ID: 12750023

Customer Reviews:

Patagonia Men's A/C Short Sleeve Shirt 5 5 2 2
Awesome Summer Shirt This my second shirt like this and I can't say enough good things about it. It's a bit pricey (the only drawback), but the quality of the material, fit and overall look is as good as it gets. The great thing about the material is that, due to its waffle-like quality (sorry, can't think of a better way to describe it), it stays away from your skin and lets air circulate keeping you cool, crisp and dry. As with any Patagonia product it's conditionally guaranteed for life, so you have the peace of mind that you get what you pay for. July 25, 2013
Cool Duds I like it and it is comfortable, and chicks think I'm 'Hot' in it (and out of it) July 5, 2012
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