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Patagonia Capilene Silkweight Sun Hooded Long-Sleeve Shirt - Infant Boys'

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From Coast to Coast.

Per the joyous squeals of your little sea turtle hatchling, the sensation of waves crashing on his feet is the best thing since pureed sweet potatoes. And much like his turtle cousins, your little man is outfitted with a protective shell of his own: the Patagonia Infant Boys' Baby Capilene Silkweight Sun Hooded Long-Sleeve Shirt. Touting 50+ UPF protection, this pullover hoodie protects your little man from the sun's harmful rays and keeps him cool and protected from the wind. A kangaroo pocket easily stores small knick-knacks found on the beach, and the Polygiene odor control keeps post-play funk at bay.

  • A beach-friendly hoodie for your sea turtle hatchling
  • Silkweight Capilene fabric is smooth and soft
  • 50+ UPF protection and Polygiene anti-odor treatment
  • Sewing is Fair Trade Certified
  • Fabric is bluesign approved
  • Screenprint inks are PVC- and pthalate-free
  • Item #PAT01OO

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94% polyester (35% recycled), 6% spandex, Polygiene odor control
1 kangaroo
yes, Polygiene
UPF Rating
Claimed Weight
3.2 oz
Recommended Use
casual, beachwear
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Great lightweight long-sleeve

  • Height: 5'9"
  • Weight: 160lbs

I have picked this up twice now for my growing daughter. This is perfect for the day on the beach or when you are out for long hikes. Perfect for when you want to be out and protect you kid from the sun, but you don't want them to over heat.