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Patagonia Sun Gloves

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  Features

  • Durable polyester/spandex with cut out palm for better rod feel
  • 30-UPF sun protection

Frequently Bought With Patagonia Sun Gloves

  •   Features

    • Mesh back, cotton twill front
    • Medium structure
    • Adjustable snap-back
    • Bill comes flat, easily bent to preference
    • 1% goes to the Bonefish and Tarpon Trust
  •   Features

    • Easy on/easy off saltwater wet wading shoe with gusseted zipper opening & YKK® locking corrosion-resistant zipper
    • Durable vulcanized rubber outsole & molded EVA sockliner & full length Bi-Fit™ lasting board for puncture resistance
    • Designed to be worn barefoot or with a light liner sock; order straight shoe size or nearest whole size up
    • Men’s whole sizes: 8 – 14, Width: EE
  •   Features

    • Ultralight polyester dries quickly and feels good against skin; with Polygiene® permanent odor control and 50+ UPF sun protection
    • 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

Simply functional
The Patagonia Sun Gloves are designed to protect the back of your hands from sunburn all day without you even realizing they’re there. In addition to UPF 30 sun protection, the lightweight Patagonia Sun Gloves feature a cutout palm with reinforced stitching for a comfortable grip that no amount of sweat will be able to compromise.

Specs

FabricApprox. Weight
5.6-oz 88% recycled polyester/12% spandex circular-knit jersey with 30-UPF sun protection1 oz

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