Patagonia Men's Long-Sleeved Polarized Tee
The Patagonia Men's Long-Sleeved Polarized Tee looks like a t-shirt, feels like a tee and is even called a tee, but the Polarized rates as more than just a tee. The difference is in the fabric - a durable, quick-to-dry 4.8-oz 100% polyester jersey with built-in 25-UPF sun protection that you can wear to bust trail, charge water or to chill around the yurt. With pack-friendly offset shoulder seams and a slim, layerable fit.
- Fabric: 4.8-oz 100% polyester jersey with 25-UPF sun protection
- Super comfortable polyester jersey fabric with 25-UPF sun protection
- Offset shoulder seams for increased comfort with a hydration pack
- Straight hem
- Slim fit
- Weight: 213 g (7.5 oz)
Buy the Patagonia Long-Sleeved Polarized Tee for Men from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.
Reviews - Patagonia Men's Long-Sleeved Polarized Tee
Great layer for a cool day
I love this shirt and end up wearing it all of the time. It's the perfect shirt to wear over a t-shirt on a cool (but not cold day) here in the SF Bay Area. The fit is great too, it's trim without being tight and restrictive, and I have pretty broad shoulders as well. I've tried layer shirts from other brands but never find they fit right, they are either just way too tight, or when I go to a larger size they are way too boxy. Patagonia did a great job here at creating an athletic fit shirt.
super versatile long T's
I have been wearing Patagonia organic cotton T's for both short sleeves and long sleeves for long time. They are great for daily use and perfect for casual wearing as they have nice logos and graphics. However when it comes to some sports-oriented activities, the cotton ones are bit bulky and do not wick when they get wet with sweat; thus I do not feel comforable later. Still I wasn't for technical T's as they look too sporty and cannot be worn when not in sports scenes. These polarized T's changed my mind. They appear to have removed my beefs. I feel comfortable and look cool at the same time . I haven't tried in the field. But they look as functional as I imagine.