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Point Loma offers new Patagonia tees for Father's Day
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Jun '12

Just in Time for Fathers Day, Point Loma Outfitting has received some of the new Patagonia Fall 12 Men's T-Shirts early. Tese are some of the best selling t-shirts Patagonia offers and with summer approaching, guys are gonna like the new styles.

First is the Patagonia Men's P-6 Logo T-Shirt which comes in Blue Clay, Black and Hickory. The classic P-6 logo endures. It's printed with PVC- and phthalate-free inks on our ringspun and supersoft 100% organic cotton jersey. Taped shoulder seams provide a no-chafe fit.

Next in the collection is the Patagonia Men's Flying Fish T-Shirt in Gravel Heather with Patagonia's unofficial surf logo. The Flying Fish T-Shirt's original artwork by Geoff McFetridge is screen-printed on supersoft 100% organic cotton with PVC- and phthalate-free inks.

Another classic is the Patagonia Men's Live Simply Guitar T-Shirt in Classic Navy and Stone. Live life unplugged with this tee, made of soft, ringspun 100% organic cotton fabric. Artwork by Geoff McFetridge is screen-printed using PVC- and phthalate-free inks, which are easier on the environment. Taped shoulder seams add a clean finish.

Finally we have the Patagonia Men's Surfboards T-Shirt in White. The nostalgic image on the Surfboards T-Shirt feels as lived in as a good pair of board shorts. Durable 100% organic cotton jersey fabric is printed using PVC- and phthalate-free inks. Taped shoulder seams for chafe-free comfort.

Point Loma Outfitting


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