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Keeping Materials in Play “The rate at which we consume and dispose of apparel—and all the materials and resources that go into making it—is alarming.” There’s a term floating around in the apparel industry these days. It’s called, “sustainable fashion,” a catchphrase that sounds more like an oxymoron. Is there currently fashion apparel—or even technical performance apparel, for that matter—that can be considered sustainable? We don’t think so. Being creative and solving problems are great human qualities—attributes that fashion and technical apparel designers aspire to. But the rate at which we consume and dispose of apparel— and all the materials and resources that go into making it—is alarming. So when did things go awry? Enter out-of-control consumption. For better or worse, that’s what drives the majority of the apparel industry. The apparel industry is a business model based on volume. In order to keep up with the constant demand for new clothing and lower retail prices, brands and manufacturers have turned to fabrics from nonrenewable resources, cheap labor and, in some cases, unsafe working conditions.

We’ve always believed the solution to changing the way the apparel business works is to rethink each step of the process. We look at the complexity of the systems already in place and the role we play—from resource allocation and supply chain practices to how we design and produce our products. We’ve had success switching to organic cotton in 1996, introducing Lenzing’s TENCEL® lyocell in 2003 and Traceable Down in 2014. We’re also deeply involved in figuring out how we can keep materials in play longer. Rather than grow, drill and mine for new materials, only to have them take a linear path from resource to landfill, we want to take finished materials and products headed for the dumpster and loop them back into the manufacturing process in a circular way. Nature’s way. We started this process in 1993, with the first introduction of recycled polyester. Our new Recycled Down and re\\\collection products featured in this catalog are two recent examples of our effort to hack the system and

reimagine how materials are kept in play. The down material is collected from discarded quilts and pillows, sterilized, and then put back into production. And our re\\\collection pushes the boundaries of which materials can be reused, such as buttons, labels and zippers. The challenge remains to put these new circular models to scale. This challenge is critical to pay attention to, given the staggering statistics that were recently shared at a Parsons School of Design’s “Future of Fashion” panel discussion hosted by apparel industry leaders in the spring of 2016: • Number of new clothing items produced each year: 150 billion • Pounds of used clothing that end up in landfills each year: 2.5 billion • Tons of CO2 emissions produced by the apparel and textile industry each year (second only to the petroleum industry): 2.1 million

There’s plenty of work to do and more materials to recapture, but if we apply creativity and problem solving to our desire to reuse materials headed for landfills, there’s no telling what can happen.

By Jill Dumain Director of Environmental Strategy Photo: “I bought these shorts when I was 17 back in 1976. I wore them every day. My mother got real tired of seeing my underwear and took matters into her own hands. I keep them around because they remind me of Mom.”—Bill Mulvey, Raleigh, N.C. Donnie Hedden


100% Recycled Down A New Upside to Down One of nature’s best insulators, there’s everything to love about down. And now there’s even more: We’re recycling it for more cold-weather shenanigans. There’s a huge upside when you can turn waste into something beautiful. This season, we’re doing that with Recycled Down. It’s a mix of 600-fill-power goose and duck down reclaimed from used items that can’t be resold, and it offers the identical performance benefits to virgin down. In 2014, we introduced Traceable Down to help ensure that we only use down from birds that are not force-fed or live-plucked. Now, we’ve added Recycled Down to our Bivy Down Jackets and Vests (see next page) to keep even more discards from the landfill and useful materials in play.

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Used cushions, comforters, pillows and other unsellable items stuffed with down and feathers are collected from all over Europe and shipped to a collector in France.

The items are cut open in the presence of a large vacuum, which sucks in the contents. The down is then mixed and sorted to our standards.

The down is shipped from France to Hungary, where it’s sorted again, washed, then dried at a temperature of 275 degrees Fahrenheit, which sanitizes it.

Our Recycled Down arrives at the factories, where it’s segregated from virgin down. Then it’s sewn into products.

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100% Recycled Down

Bivy Down Jackets and Vests A New Upside to Down This quilted outerwear is made from durable wind- and water-resistant nylon canvas and insulated with 100% Recycled Down (600-fill-power duck and goose down reclaimed from down products). Imported.

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Men’s Bivy Down Jacket 28322 I $249.00 I XXS-XXL I Regular fit


Men’s Reversible Bivy Down Vest

Women’s Bivy Jacket

Women’s Bivy Hooded Vest

27587 I $189.00 I XXS-XXL I Regular fit

27741 I $249.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit

27746 I $179.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit

Next: Heading back down to the ski depot, one rap at a time. Caroline Gleich finishes up in Green Chasm, Mount Webster, New Hampshire. Bernd Zeugswetter

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Women’s Down Insulation

Down Sweater Hoody 84711 I $279.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 371 g (13.1 oz)

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Traceable Down These essential layering pieces all feature 800-fillpower Traceable Down—meaning we trace the source of our down from parent farm to apparel factory to help ensure that the birds are not force-fed or live-plucked.

Why Down Insulation? Down is nature’s undisputed insulating hero. Warmer, lighter and more compressible for its weight than any other insulating fiber, down remains the choice for deep warmth in the world’s coldest environments. From sweaters to sleeping bags, down, if properly cared for, can last for decades. When wet, down can lose its loft and insulating power, but in dry climes, down is warmth’s heavyweight. Imported.

Down Sweater

Ultralight Down Jacket

Down Sweater Vest

84683 I $229.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 346 g (12.2 oz)

84762 I $299.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 232 g (8.2 oz)

84628 I $179.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 221 g (7.8 oz)

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Women’s Nano Puff Insulation

Why Nano Puff Insulation? Lightweight, incredibly compressible, toasty and windproof, our Nano Puff styles remain the choice of skiers, climbers and travelers the world over for versatile warmth. Primaloft® Gold Insulation Eco (55% recycled synthetic fibers) is wrapped in a 100% recycled polyester shell fabric with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish, so it glides easily into midlayer position under a shell or sheds snow and blocks wind as light outerwear—all while maintaining 98% of its warmth, even when it’s wet. Visit patagonia.com/nanopuff to witness how this favorite has been changed ... for good. Imported. 12

Nano Puff ® Pullover 84027 I $169.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 232 g (8.2 oz)


Win for Perfomance

Win for the Planet

PrimaLoft® Gold Insulation Eco is lightweight, compressible and warm even when wet—and now has 55% recycled content with zero loss in performance.

Beginning in 2017, PrimaLoft will replace all of its Gold Insulation, anywhere it’s used, with the new 55% recycled Gold Eco, which is a huge, responsible leap forward for any industry that uses synthetic insulation.

Nano Puff ® Jacket 84217 I $199.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 283 g (10 oz)

Nano Puff ® Vest 84247 I $149.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 207 g (7.3 oz)

Nano Puff ® Hoody 84227 I $249.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 306 g (10.8 oz)

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Women’s Technical Fleece and Baselayers

Anne Peick is happy to pay the premiums on High Deductible. Labyrinth Canyon, Utah. Ken Etzel

Technical Fleece

R1® Pullover

R2® Jacket

R3® Hoody

40118 I $129.00 I XS-XL I Slim fit I 279 g (9.9 oz)

25148 I $169.00 I XS-XL I Slim fit I 332 g (11.7 oz)

25708 I $199.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 428 g (15.1 oz)

Minimalist design for core warmth

Extended comfort for all-day endeavors

Plush high-loft for maximized warmth

Baselayers

Capilene® Midweight Crew

Capilene® Thermal Weight Crew

44435 I $59.00 I XXS-XL I Slim fit I 153 g (5.4 oz)

43650 I $89.00 I XXS-XL I Slim fit I 122 g (4.3 oz)

Lightest weight & fastest drying

Versatile comfort range

Warmth with minimal bulk

Capilene® Lightweight Crew

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45646 I $49.00 I XXS-XL I Slim fit I 82 g (2.9 oz)

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Capilene® Daily T-Shirt 45275 I $29.00 I XXS-XL I Regular fit

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Lined Knit Headband 28760 I $35.00 I One size

What’s the short season? That stretch of winter with shorter days to train and to be outside. Luckily, there’s no shortage of yoga classes, climbing gym friends and nails to pound into the soles of your running shoes. Choose from our system of technical layering pieces that go from studio to gym to frozen trail. Imported.

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NEW Groovy Type Layback Trucker Hat 38138 I $29.00

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Ahnya Crew 54705 I $59.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit


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21915 I $69.00 I XS-XL I Formfit ting

Torrentshell Jacket 83807 I $129.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit

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Cordelisse Bra 32146 I $49.00 I XS-XL I Formfit ting

10 NEW Performance Better Sweater ® Jacket 25970 I $149.00 I XS-XL I Slim fit

14 Lightweight Layering Tank 54190 I $29.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit

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Ahnya Pants 21970 I $79.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit

11 NEW Long Exposure LoPro Trucker Hat 38137 I $29.00

15 NEW Happy Hike Studio Pants 21215 I $79.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit

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Nano-Air ® Vest 84275 I $199.00 I XS-XL I Slim fit

12 Centered Tights 21960 I $79.00 I XS-XL I Formfit ting

13 Mini Messenger 12L 48320 I $79.00 I 539 g (1 lb 3 oz)

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The Pattern Makers “On a winter climbing trip to Scotland in 1970, Chouinard bought a regulation team rugby shirt to wear rock climbing. Overbuilt to withstand the rigors of rugby, it had a collar that would keep the hardware slings from cutting into the neck. It was blue, with two red and one yellow center stripe across the chest.“ From the Patagonia archives And so began our journey into the clothing business. It was a sea change for a climbing hardware company to go soft. But when we started to design our own clothes, some qualities from our climbing company carried over to our new clothing company called Patagonia. We had to build the best product—whether it was climbing gear or clothing. Ruggedness and durability never ceased to be paramount attributes. The visual language was also clean and spare, following Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s austere philosophy that, “Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.” The bright colors were quite new to people accustomed to olive and oatmeal as primary hues in the mountains. As is natural for a California company, we played with the colors of the sky, the sea, the sun, and the desert, as well as the mountains. Most apparel companies create their color palettes with the help of fashion-trend experts. We do, too, but that’s as far as we go toward following trends. Inspiration for new patterns doesn’t come off the shelf, but from time spent in the natural world or from old, beautifully made things—tools, charts, pictures—that can become new again. We look for patterns in nature, too. This season, we were inspired by the forest landscape with all its forms and textures—from complex, dotted ridgelines to extravagant, canopied cathedral light to half-hidden mosses, lichens and mushrooms. What the naked eye might miss at first glance, that’s what you’ll find in Patagonia clothing.

Photos: Tim Davis and Jeff Johnson


Women’s Fleece Northern Exposure When the Earth tilts away from the sun (at least for us Northerners), we think about cold-weather antics and burrowing at the same time. To that end, we offer a full range of insulation to choose from, whether you’re neck-deep in glittering powder or ankle-deep in midtown slush. Want to see more? The whole line is online. Imported. 20

Classic Retro-X® Jacket 23074 I $199.00 I XXS-XL I Regular fit


Re-Tool Snap-T ® Pullover 25442 I $119.00 I XXS-XL I Slim fit

Los Gatos Vest 25216 I $99.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit

Better Sweater ® Vest 25886 I $99.00 I XXS-XL I Slim fit

Lightweight Synchilla® Snap-T ® Pullover 25455 I $99.00 I XXS-XL I Regular fit

Full-Zip Snap-T ® Jacket 25485 I $129.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit

Better Sweater ® 1/4-Zip 25617 I $99.00 I XXS-XL I Slim fit

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1 Beatrice Beanie I 28902 I $39.00 I One size 2 NEW Cable Beanie -I 28995 I $39.00 I One size 3 Long-Sleeved Fjord Flannel Shirt I 53915 I $89.00 0-14/even I Regular fit Always willing to try something new: Designer, farmto-tabler and free thinker, Riley Ridd, tries her hand at welding in Salt Lake City, Utah. Jeremiah Watt

4 NEW Lightweight SynchillaÂŽ Poncho I 25285 $159.00 I XS, M I Relaxed fit

6 Long-Sleeved Necessity V-Neck I 54866 I $55.00 XS-XL I Regular fit 7 Slim Jeans I 55120 I $99.00 24-32/even +25, 27, 29, 31 I Slim fit Regular Straight Jeans available online 8 Fitted Corduroy Pants I 55055 I $89.00 I 24-32/even +25, 27, 29, 31 I Slim fit I Regular available online

5 NEW Merino Wrap I 50560 I $199.00 XS-XL I Regular fit

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Women’s Outerwear

NEW Windsweep 3-in-1 Jacket 28095 I $379.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit

Versatile, insulated, H2NoÂŽ waterproof protection for city or ski slope; helmet-compatible hood


Urban Road Warriors Winter commuting can be brutal, from enduring umbrella-bending nor’easters to navigating fourfoot snow piles. Our quiver of city-savvy insulated jackets will keep you warm door-to-door, whether you’re getting around on two wheels or in a pair of slush-proof galoshes. Imported.

NEW Stormdrift Parka 27685 I $379.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit

NEW Radalie Parka 27695 I $199.00 I XS-XL I Slim fit

Fiona Parka 28358 I $299.00 I XS-XL I Slim fit

Waterproof H2No® Standard shell insulated with recycled synthetic insulation; removable hood

Sporty parka with a 100% recycled nylon shell and 92% recycled Thermogreen® synthetic insulation that stays warm when wet

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Women’s Outerwear

Herring today, gone tomorrow. Jacq Smith checks out the village of Djúpavík, which once had the biggest herring factory in the country. Iceland. Tyler Roemer

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Downtown Parka

Tres 3-in-1 Parka

Down With It Parka

28468 I $379.00 I XS-XL I Slim fit

28407 I $549.00 I XS-XL I Slim fit

28439 I $299.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit

Below-the-knee length; elegant contoured quilting, 600-fill-power Traceable Down insulation and a shawl collar

Three-season versatility: a waterproof shell with removable 600-fill-power Traceable Down jacket liner

Knee-length recycled polyester shell insulated with 600-fill-power Traceable Down for cocoon-like warmth, with or without the removable hood

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re collection Patagonia has been diverting resources from the landfill since 1993, when we made the first fleece from recycled soda bottles. Since then, we’ve learned how to use more and more recycled materials in our clothing without sacrificing performance or quality. This season, it all comes together in the re\\\collection–styles made with all sorts of recycled materials that include 100% recycled down, 100% recycled wool and 100% recycled polyester with 85% recycled poly labels, 80% recycled zippers and 50% recycled buttons. This is radically resourceful clothing, built to keep you warm and ready to be recycled again when the time comes. Learn more and see the collection at patagonia.com/re-collection

Photo: Late-night beer and breakfast run. Haines, Alaska. Garrett Grove


re cycled Each fabric in the re\\\collection is made from 100% recycled materials, but don’t be fooled into thinking they’re flimsy. For us, performance always precedes environmental benefit. Each one of these fabrics meets the high-quality testing standards required by our materials development team.

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The cornerstone of the collection, Patagonia Recycled Down is a mix of 600-fill-power goose and duck down reclaimed from used items that can’t be resold and offers identical performance benefits to virgin down. By plucking some of our down (and associated fabrics) from the trash, we reduce discards, and help to grow and add value to the recycling stream.

Patagonia Recycled Polyester is made from used soda bottles, unusable manufacturing waste and worn-out garments (including our own). We use it extensively in the re\\\collection in various forms: as cozy high-loft fleece; as a smooth liner and face fabric; on zippers, buttons and drawcords; even in the Patagonia label.

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Recycled Wool Patagonia Recycled Wool is made from discarded wool sweaters that are shredded into usable fiber (60%) and mixed with recycled polyester (30%) and recycled nylon (10%) for durability. By selecting and blending colors of dyed wool fabrics and garments, we can completely eliminate the dyeing process, saving water and chemicals and eliminating the resulting wastewater.

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Men’s Down Shirt

NEW Men’s Recycled Down Shirt Jacket

84746 I $199.00 I XS-XXL I Slim fit

27395 I $199.00 I XXS-XXL I Regular fit

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85% Recycled Label

80% Recycled Zippers

With a nod back to the early days, the heritage Patagonia label brings an extra something special to this collection— and it’s made from 85% recycled polyester.

The zipper teeth and tape are made from 80% recycled polyester. The zipper pull, however, is not recycled.


Reversible

NEW Men’s Recycled Down Vest 27405 I $179.00 I XXS-XXL I Regular fit

50% Recycled Buttons

100% Recycled Drawcord

The buttons we use on the vests, shirt jackets and hooded coat are made from 50% recycled polyester.

We kept the closure system simple on the pants and skirt. A drawcord secures the waist and is made from 100% recycled polyester. The same type of recycled drawcord cinches the waist on the men’s shirt jacket, V-neck pullover and vest.

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NEW Women’s Recycled Down Fleece Vest 28085 I $179.00 I XS-XL I Regular fit

Radically Refined Best Effort to Date It’s a challenge to use as many recycled materials as possible and maintain the highest quality standards. The re\\\collection is our best effort to date. We didn’t reach 100%—some parts didn’t pass quality testing—but we’re using more recycled materials than we ever have and that makes us optimistic for the future. Imported.

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Women’s Down Shirt 84751 I $199.00 I XS-XL I Slim fit


Women’s Recycled Down Hooded Coat I 28075 I $299.00 I XS-XL Regular fit

Next: Some things don’t change, like finding your tribe. Sharing stories and libations after a day of bouldering in the Buttermilks outside of Bishop, California. Tobias MacPhee

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Men’s Down Insulation

Down Sweater Hoody 84701 I $279.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 428 g (15.1 oz)

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Traceable Down These essential layering pieces all feature 800-fillpower Traceable Down—meaning we trace the source of our down from parent farm to apparel factory to help ensure that the birds are not force-fed or live-plucked.

Why Down Insulation? Down is nature’s undisputed insulating hero. Warmer, lighter and more compressible for its weight than any other insulating fiber, down remains the choice for deep warmth in the world’s coldest environments. From sweaters to sleeping bags, down, if properly cared for, can last for decades. When wet, down can lose its loft and insulating power, but in dry climes, down is warmth’s heavyweight. Imported.

Ultralight Down Jacket

Down Sweater

Down Sweater Vest

84757 I $299.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 269 g (9.5 oz)

84674 I $229.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 371 g (13.1 oz)

84622 I $179.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 277 g (9.8 oz)

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Men’s Nano Puff Insulation

Why Nano Puff Insulation? Lightweight, incredibly compressible, toasty and windproof, our Nano Puff styles remain the choice of skiers, climbers and travelers the world over for versatile warmth. Primaloft® Gold Insulation Eco (55% recycled synthetic fibers) is wrapped in a 100% recycled polyester shell fabric with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish, so it glides easily into midlayer position under a shell or sheds snow and blocks wind as light outerwear—all while maintaining 98% of its warmth, even when it’s wet. Visit patagonia.com/nanopuff to witness how this favorite has been changed ... for good. Imported. 40

Nano Puff ® Bivy Pullover 84186 I $219.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 354 g (12.5 oz)


Win for Perfomance

Win for the Planet

PrimaLoft®

Beginning in 2017, PrimaLoft will replace all of its Gold Insulation, anywhere it’s used, with the new 55% recycled Gold Eco, which is a huge, responsible leap forward for any industry that uses synthetic insulation.

Gold Insulation Eco is lightweight, compressible and warm even when wet—and now has 55% recycled content with zero loss in performance.

Nano Puff ® Vest

Nano Puff ® Jacket

Nano Puff ® Hoody

84242 I $149.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 227 g (8 oz)

84212 I $199.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 337 g (11.9 oz)

84222 I $249.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 363 g (12.8 oz)

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Tommy Caldwell momentarily in love with the bundle that doesn’t require a college fund. Smith Rock, Oregon. Mikey Schaefer Next: Too many options will turn you on your head. Graham Turner, Owens Valley, Eastern Sierra, California. Ken Etzel

Technical Fleece

R1® Pullover

R2® Jacket

R3® Hoody

40109 I $129.00 I XS-XXL I Slim fit I 337 g (11.9 oz)

25138 I $169.00 I XS-XXL I Slim fit I 405 g (14.3 oz)

25772 I $199.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 510 g (18 oz)

Minimalist design for core warmth

Extended comfort for all-day endeavors

Plush high-loft for maximized warmth

Baselayers

Capilene® Midweight Zip-Neck

Capilene® Thermal Weight Crew

44445 I $69.00 I XS-XXL I Slim fit I 196 g (6.9 oz)

43647 I $89.00 I XS-XXL I Slim fit I 147 g (5.2 oz)

Lightest weight & fastest drying

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Tres 3-in-1 Parka 28387 I $549.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit

Three-season waterproof shell with zip-out 600-fill-power Traceable Down liner for frigid days


Gimme Shelter No matter which way the weather’s coming at you, we’ve got options for staying warm and dry. You’ve heard the layering formula before, but it bears repeating: baselayer, insulation, shell. Our all-weather jacket selection offers two-thirds of the solution—shell and/or insulation—for changeable conditions.

Hi-Loft Down Hoody

NEW Windsweep 3-in-1 Jacket

NEW Windsweep Down Hoody

84902 I $279.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit

28090 I $379.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit

84890 I $349.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit

A warmer version of our down sweater that’s just as water- and wind-resistant; insulated with 600-fill-power Traceable Down

Synthetic-insulated H2No® waterproof protection for mountain or city; helmet-compatible hood

Built to stop wind, rain and snow, this waterproof/ breathable shell layers easily; it’s insulated with 600-fill-power Traceable Down

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Mason Werner and his bag of tricks take the down escalator. Fairy Meadows, British Columbia. Ken Etzel

Ride ‘em Hard You don’t have to be climbing the world’s biggest mountains to need the world’s best weather protection. Our storm-level outerwear lives for awful weather, so relax and let the low-pressure systems do their worst. See more styles online. Imported.

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Thunder Cloud Down Parka

Wanaka Down Jacket

Stormdrift Parka

28305 I $499.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit

28472 I $399.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit

28100 I $449.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit

A modernized waterproof/breathable field parka insulated with Traceable Down for bone-chilling conditions

Storm protection and deep warmth with 600-fill-power Traceable Down in an urban-friendly silhouette

Rugged waterproof canvas shell insulated with recycled Thermogreen® synthetic insulation; hood protection


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Chad Parkinson, the heart and hands behind The Furniture Joint, a custom woodworking shop in Salt Lake City, Utah. Jeremiah Watt Next: “There’s gold in them thar hills!” There are some good splitter cracks, too. Sonnie Trotter, Desert Gold, Red Rocks, Nevada. Andrew Burr

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Long-Sleeved Bluffside Shirt 53791 I $79.00 I XS-XXL I Slim fit

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Long-Sleeved Fezzman Shirt 53936 I $69.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit

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Men’s Flannels

NEW Long-Sleeved Lightweight Fjord Flannel Shirt 54020 I $79.00 I XXS-XXL I Regular fit


20 Years and Counting If Hemingway were reincarnated as a shirt, he would be a flannel: indomitable, spirited, willing to eventually be threadbare yet still useful. Ours have been crafted out of organic cotton for 20 years, and each season we create a new crop of original patterns. Imported.

Insulated Fjord Flannel Jacket

Long-Sleeved Fjord Flannel Shirt

27640 I $169.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit

53947 I $89.00 I XS-XXL I Relaxed fit

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Next: Alpacas hitting the hay in Bozeman, Montana. Tony Demin

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Men’s Fleece Hot & Cold Cold weather quickens our senses and sets fire to our imagination. Instead of hunkering down, we lean into powder runs, test our body weight on pond ice and lumber through buried Forest Service trails. From Retro-X® to Lightweight Synchilla®, these insulating layers help keep you warm while you explore frozen territories. Imported. 62

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Gas Station Wisdom “Finding happiness in the stuff they already own—that’s responsibility.” “Do y’all sleep in that thing?” yells an

tality of fast food. There’s something about the couple’s joyous and simple lifestyle that is affecting me, disman-

shift to make eye contact with me.

tling my dogma.

older man pulling up alongside Delia,

Kern, a longtime friend and coworker,

our repair truck, as we fill up at a gas

and I are several hundred miles

in all my gallivanting and preaching

In a flood of sobriety, I realize

station in central Oregon.

behind schedule, having indulged

about repairs, I have failed to fully

in hot springs, climbing and dining.

consider the realities of our audience.

We get this question a lot, and

usually my answers turn into satirical

Our job descriptions beckon for

A needle and thread is not a radical

explanations: How we spoon each

no more messing around, but our

act in the situation of this couple. See-

other amid the sewing machines,

curiosities have no regard for rules or

ing a lack of income as an opportunity

dreaming of the land of unbreakable

regulations.

for joyful simplicity—now that’s radical.

zippers and climbers who have

Finding happiness in the stuff they

Oregon’s late afternoon sun

learned how to use washing

slows our hustle, and we jump out of

already own—that’s responsibility.

machines.

the truck.

the back of the truck and reveal the

Assessing my state of fatigue, I

“We’re traveling the country

I walk them both around to

pause before answering. His friendly

repairing people’s clothing,” I say out

interior. Like an excited kid solving an

eyes and innocent excitement are his

of habit. The man responds with an

arithmetic problem, the man points

saving grace. Smiling, the man gazes

exciting monologue about repairing

out that if someone slept on the

at our vehicle, a whimsical mobile

his cars, which drifts into a concern

ground, all five of us could slumber

dwelling crafted of reclaimed red-

about whether or not people he

comfortably in here.

wood wine barrels. It’s far different

knows can even afford the time to

than the faded, rectangular mobile

repair clothing. I had not considered

lesson, I close the back doors of

In hopes to receive this roadside

homes I see loosely organized in the

this point of view. We talk about local

the truck and muster the humility to

trailer park beyond the gas station.

eats, and he proclaims a pending

concede, “Sir, you’re more right than

revolution of his diet, but eventually

you know. I guess we all could sleep

circles back to the convenient hospi-

in here.”

“That’s just a lovely truck!” his wife interjects as she leans over the stick

Right: The Nashville-bound Worn Wear crew stops to make some coffee near a closed-down auto repair shop on the side of the highway. Donnie Hedden Inset: Donnie Hedden collection

By Donnie Hedden Donnie Hedden is a content producer on the brand marketing team at Patagonia. He’s grown up working on the family boat business and tagging along on landscape painting trips with his mother. Surfing quenches his thirst for thrill and joy, while offbeat towns and powered-down cell phones provide the opportunity to truly connect with people.


Some things are just too hard to resist … at any age. Heidi and August Owens team up for icicle tasting in Ennis, Montana. Becca Skinner

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Eli Beyer gets a taste of freedom in Squaw Valley, California. Jay Beyer Next: After a week camped out on the first pitch of Great Cross Wall—waiting out the weather and staying safe from polar bears—Sean Villanueva O’Driscoll and Olivier Favresse pack it in. Sam Ford Fjord, Baffin Island, Canada. Ben Ditto

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Kids’ Snow The Big Rock Candy Mountain Winter in the mountains. It’s when kids get to glide, soar and face-plant their way through the big, white wilderness. Set them up for a nonstop day of antics with tops and bottoms that’ll keep them warm from first chair ‘til last run. Imported. 68

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Boys’ 3-in-1 Jacket 68361 I $229.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit

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Girls’ Re-Tool Snap-T ® Pullover 65585 I $99.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit

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Boys’ Insulated Snowshot Pants 68530 I $149.00 I XS-XXL I Regular fit

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Black Hole™ Duffel 60L 49341 I $129.00 I 1,106 g (2 lbs 7 oz)

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Rugrat rickshaw. Kaia Burr gets a ride from mom. Salt Lake City International Airport, Utah. Andrew Burr

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