Pelagic Aquatek Hoodie Gyotaku

PELAGICSKU: 1015211005SMB

Colour: Smokey Blue
Price:
Sale price$79.73

Description

GYOTAKU is the traditional Japanese method of fish printing. This intricate immortalization process was originally used by fishermen in the 1800’s to record their catch by using ink, rice paper, and delicate hand pressing to create a fish image. Today, Gyotaku has become an art form of its own utilizing a wide variety of fish and ocean creatures as a method of printmaking.

Our Gyotaku Collection pays homage to the sea through the traditional Japanese method of fish printing. Using original Gyotaku art, this collection of men’s, women’s, & youth fishing apparel products reveals intricate prints of your favorite oceanic pelagics including marlin, tuna, mahi-mahi, wahoo, & flying fish.

Product Description

The AquaTek Hooded Sunshirt provides performance-minded sportsmen around the globe with the comfort and protection needed from the harsh elements of the marine environment. Featuring UPF 50+ hooded sun protection to protect from the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays, and water repellency & stain guard treatments that beads up and dumps off liquids to keep your shirt looking like new. Add in ventilated airflow panels and an incredibly comfortable & lightweight nylon-stretch fabric, it is easy to see why the AquaTek is the #1 choice of performance fishing shirts amongst professional captains worldwide.

Featuring original Gyotaku art, this limited-edition fishing shirt pays homage to the sea through the traditional method of Japanese fish printing.

Materials

100% Nylon

FEATURES

  • UPF 50+ Sun Protection
  • Stretch-Flex Fabric
  • Vented Underarm 
  • Water Repellency & Stain Guard
  • Loose Cut for Ultimate Comfort
  • Anti-Microbial

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