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Patagonia Men's Long Sleeved Gallegos Shirt

The Long-Sleeved Gallegos Shirt a quick-dry, wrinkle-resistant, easy-care shirt, made from a lightweight blend of nylon and TENCEL® lyocell fabric, makes it easy to look fresh, even if you’ve pulled an all-nighter. The Gallegos has a motion-oriented design with mesh lining in the back to wick moisture, increase breathability and allow a cooling draft. Reflective tape details under the collar and in the cuffs add visibility when you’re jet-lagged and wandering the town at midnight in search of a snack. We sized the left chest pocket to hold a passport; the right chest pocket accommodates a medium fly box. A regular fit increases airflow.
Features
  • This quick-dry, wrinkle-resistant, easy-care shirt is made from 53% nylon/47% TENCEL® lyocell
  • Action back with mesh lining for a movement-oriented fit and breathability
  • Reflective tape detailing on the underside of collar and inside of cuff
  • Left-chest patch pocket is passport compatible
  • Right-chest zipper pocket holds a medium fly box
Materials

2.5-oz 53% nylon/47% TENCEL® lyocell yarn-dyed plain weave with an anti-pilling finish

Weight

218 g (7.7 oz)


Río Gallegos, city, capital of Santa Cruz provincia (province), extreme southern Argentina. It lies on the southern (right) bank of the estuary of the Gallegos River, inland from the Atlantic Ocean, about 40 miles (65 km) north of the Strait of Magellan.

 
Río Gallegos, Argentina.Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.

Founded in 1885, it was named for Blasco Gallegos, one of Ferdinand Magellan’s pilots, who is credited with discovering the river. Prehistoric cave paintings near the city are reminiscent of the Lascaux cave paintings in Dordogne, France.

Río Gallegos is the centre of sheep trade for the Patagonia region and exports frozen mutton, sheepskins, and gamulanes (leather coats). The deepwater port of Punta Loyola, at the mouth of the estuary of the Gallegos River, serves as the outlet for Argentina’s bituminous coalfields at El Turbio, 130 miles (210 km) west; petroleum and natural-gas deposits to the north and south of Río Gallegos are exploited. The city also has a major Argentine air base. Pop. (2001) 79,144; (2010 est.) 96,500.

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