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  • Patagonia Wavefarer Bucket Hat
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    Patagonia Wavefarer Bucket Hat
    Crafted from the same fabric as Patagonia's legendary Wavefarer board shorts, the Wavefarer Bucket Hat is the perfect accompaniment for all your aquatic adventures.
  • Patagonia Wavefarer Bucket Hat - Hawaiian Navy
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    Patagonia Wavefarer Bucket Hat - Hawaiian Navy
    The Patagonia Wavefarer Bucket Hat in Hawaiian Navy Blue from the Patagonia bucket hats Spring/Summer 2015 colleciton.
  • Patagonia Wavefarer Snapback Hat
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    Patagonia Wavefarer Snapback Hat
    Made with lightweight, quick-drying nylon, the Patagonia Wavefarer Snapback Hat is ideal for tropical seaside escapes with its floatable foam brim, water-shedding DWR finish, UPF 50+, and Coolmax mesh headband.
  • Patagonia Bimini Cap
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    Patagonia Bimini Cap
    The Patagonia Bimini Cap shades your head from scorching in the sun as you cast for bonefish off crystal-clear salt flats. Protecting your head from the sun, this hat features an elongated bill and a full neck drape to protect your head, face, and neck from the midsummer sun. The hat's Supplex nylon has a DWR finish for fast-drying performance, should a passing shower threaten your fishing. In addition, this hat features a UPF 50 rating to ensure protection from the most intense rays Mother Nature throws your way.
  • Patagonia Air Flow Cap
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    Patagonia Air Flow Cap
    Cooked brains might be a delicacy in some parts of the world, but where you live, brains are best left slightly undercooked and moderately pickled. The Patagonia Air Flow Cap ensures the contents of your cranium remain raw while preventing your face from getting scorched in the mid-summer sun. The UPF 15 offers a whiff of UV protection, and Polygiene-treated mesh means this hat shouldn't reek once you take it off your head. The adjustable rear buckle helps you keep this cap on your head, and the full-length bill won't short you on shade.
  • Patagonia GPIW Equipment Logo Hat
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    Patagonia GPIW Equipment Logo Hat
    Standing for Great Pacific Iron Works, the Patagonia GPIW Equipment Logo Hat pays tribute to Patagonia's first retail operation that opened in 1973 in Ventura, California. The stylish 6-panel design features a pre-curved brim and an adjustable nylon strap for a dialed fit. Additionally, its Coolmax sweatband wicks moisture when you're working up a sweat on the trail or enduring hot summer weather.
  • Patagonia R1 Glove
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    Patagonia R1 Glove
    Rolling the dice on late or early season expeditions (or fishing right through winter) frequently means fewer people and more fish. It can also mean frozen fingers. With Patagonia's toasty R1 Glove, your hands stay warm and nimble even in freezing rain, icy wind and cold water. The thin, flexible, and smooth-skin neoprene outer stops wind and shrugs off moisture, while the combination nylon/polypropylene/spandex insulation locks in warmth. A three-panel, stitched and glued construction with anatomically placed seams provides remarkable formfitting comfort, water-resistance and dexterity.
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