Popping the Hood
Worn Wear where? Delia, the Worn Wear repair truck, on another cross-country trip. Michigan City, Indiana. Donnie Hedden
A look inside Patagonia’s Worn Wear repair program. Since 2015, we’ve been driving around the country in Delia, our Worn Wear clothing-repair biodiesel truck. When Delia rolls into
facility in North America (we’ll do more than 50,000 individual
town, she brings a crew of repair experts who will fix your jacket for
repairs this year), and we’ve trained our retail staff to handle the
free, regardless of the clothing brand. Delia has come to represent
simple repair jobs (which total thousands more).
Worn Wear as a symbol of love and goodwill—just like her namesake,
We asked our customers to buy less, but we also wanted to
a beloved employee at our garment repair center in Reno. But Delia
explore why they would want to do that in a world that encourages
is not the beginning of the Worn Wear story.
consumption. As it turns out, people we knew were already writing
It started with a call for used underwear in 2005. We asked
about that very idea. Keith Malloy (a Patagonia Surf ambassador)
customers to bring us their worn-out Patagonia underwear and
and his wife, Lauren, had started a blog called Worn Wear. They
baselayers, which we then recycled in a closed-loop process
collected stories about customers’ adventures and the Patagonia
pioneered by the Japanese company Teijin. “Common Threads” was the first program of its kind to take used
gear that went along for the ride. Their stories and memories revealed the main reason a person keeps an item in use:
clothing, chemically break it down and spin it into new
love. In 2013, we combined the Malloy’s blog with our
yarn of quality equal to virgin petroleum-based yarn—
repair and recycling program into what we now simply
the holy grail of a circular system.
call Worn Wear.
In 2010, we expanded Common Threads and started taking back everything we make for recycling. This revealed an interesting fact: Our products are constructed with such attention to durability that more than needing to be recycled, they often just needed a simple repair so they could live on. With this new insight, we revamped Common Threads and
In 2017, we created a system for reusing Patagonia clothing. Today, our customers can trade in their functional gear for a Worn Wear Credit they can use in our retail stores, on patagonia.com or wornwear.com to buy something new or used. The items brought back to us are sent to our distribution center where most are cleaned in a special machine that uses CO2 instead of water. After a Worn Wear
created the Common Threads Partnership, which encouraged our
label is stamped inside the garment, the clothing is posted for sale
customers to join with us to reduce consumption. On Black Friday in
2011, we launched this new initiative with a full-page advertisement
Although we’ve made progress in providing repair, reuse and
in The New York Times. The headline read “Don’t Buy This Jacket,”
recycling options, we have a long way to go. Worn Wear is a small
and the ad acknowledged that the environmental cost of everything
part of Patagonia’s overall business—but it does serve as a model for
we make is astonishing. We asked customers to partner with us to
reducing the company’s environmental impact, while encouraging
take mutual responsibility for the stuff we make and they purchase.
all of us to change our relationship with stuff.
Part of this was our promise to repair our garments. Customers responded to our pledge to repair Patagonia gear. We saw double-digit growth in demand for our repair services
year over year. We now operate the largest outdoor clothing repair
The time is now to address the environmental crisis and reducing consumption is a part of the solution, so we are going to keep on truckin’—powered by love and biodiesel.
Worn Wear helps our customers embrace a different philosophy of ownership: buying high-quality things, regardless of brand, and keeping their stuff in use as long as possible.
Facing top: Turning a burn hole into a fishin’ hole—Tenacious Tape saves a jacket in the Worn Wear truck. Facing bottom: Mutiny aboard the Worn Wear truck. Driggs, Idaho. Above: Uplifting hand-me-down—Liz Johnson with a picture of her, her dad and a Patagonia jacket that’s 20 years strong. Donnie Hedden
Snap-T® + Laughing Waters Patagonia textile designers dipped into the archives this season. Laughing Waters is a heritage print from a 1996 design called Minnehaha. Catalog copy back then noted that “Minnehaha is inspired by Navajo ‘eye dazzler’ designs of the 1880s … the pattern is an unusual interplay of eight colors, including a subtle ombre or shaded effect.” The reissued Laughing Waters reinvents the artwork, using six colors and a very slight background fade. It’s printed on our lighter-weight Synchilla® 100% polyester fleece that’s soft, durable and breathable. The pullover features Snap-T® styling with a snapped placket and a chest pocket with a nylon flap. Imported.
Previous: Jacob and Anna couch surfing at Grace Farm in Northwestern Montana. Jim Grace Above: Peter Strimitzer is ready to go “mano a mano” with any climb. Circa mid-’90s, City of Rocks, Idaho. Greg Epperson
Men’s Lightweight Synchilla® Snap-T® Pullover $119.00 I 25580 I XXS-XXL I Regular fit
Women’s Lightweight Synchilla® Snap-T® Pullover $119.00 I 25455 I XXS-XL I Regular fit
Men’s & Women’s Snap-T® Fleece
Men’s Synchilla® Snap-T® Pullover
Men’s Cotton Quilt Snap-T® Pullover
$139.00 I 25450 I XXS-XXL I Relaxed fit
$149.00 I 25371 I XXS-XXL I Regular fit
It’s the fleece we take on our first backpacking trip. It’s with us through years of campfires and road trips. It’s a makeshift blanket for a napping toddler. It’s the fleece we hand down when our teenager hikes Mount Whitney without us. The Snap-T ® endures, but mostly it endears. Imported.
Women’s Re-Tool Snap-T® Pullover
Women’s Mixed Snap-T® Pullover
$119.00 I 25442 I XXS-XL I Slim fit
$179.00 I 50395 I XS-XL I Slim fit
A Family of Better Sweater® Fleece Featuring a sweater-knit exterior and a soft fleece interior, our Better Sweater ® fleece provides easy-wearing, bulk-free comfort and warmth for the whole family (with apologies to your pets). All Better Sweater styles are Fair Trade Certified™ sewn, and a Fair Trade purchase sends more money back to factory workers. Imported.
Boys’ Better Sweater® 1/4-Zip
Men’s Better Sweater® 1/4-Zip
$79.00 I 65705 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
$99.00 I 25522 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
Girls’ Better Sweater® 1/4-Zip
Women’s Better Sweater® 1/4-Zip
$79.00 I 65695 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
$99.00 I 25617 I XXS-XL I Slim fit
Dustin Ordway does some desert sole-searching. Indian Creek, Utah. Drew Smith
The Last Hill We were off-the-couch bikers, versed in miles per hour, not miles per day.
By Max Hammer
end, on roads that shook us; and we skied ice, corn and everything in between. We made it all the way to the top
After seven days of biking to ski, we needed a rest
of Mount Whitney—the tallest peak in the lower 48 states.
day. Hot springs mandatory. We remembered a shortcut
We were so tired that other skier s beat us to
to the Green Church pools, which was 9 miles shorter
the summits and skied the lines we were headed to.
than the highway route. Shortcuts—with deeply rutted,
Embarrassing at fi rst, this became a point of pride, as
washboard dirt roads on bicycles loaded with ski and
we acknowledged the reason behind our heavy-legged
camp equipment and food—aren’t always shortcuts.
exhaustion—hundreds of miles on the bike. We began
Our rest day turned into a seven-hour ride.
marking each ski run as a first descent, because the
We made it to the hot springs by sundown, but the
approach started at my house (and I was pretty sure that
promise of healing waters was disrupted by tubs full of
no one else had biked to the Eastern Sierra from there).
people, whose fast cars had conquered our steel steads.
Biking had slowed us down, dulled our competitive spirits,
We found rest next to a Subaru named “Bill Murray” and
and allowed us to laugh at ourselves as we struggled
started eating—for the days now behind us and ahead. We wanted to see the simple scener y that not
through delirium and fatigue to perform what for many of us is a daily routine: climbing uphill to ski down.
many see—the saddle vista. I wanted to reapproach my
Biking to experience a place from a different, slower
approach to skiing. Gear, gears, grub, water and the will
perspective isn’t new. But by the end of our Sierra saddle
to keep pedaling, instead of packing the car and driving
time, we understood what others before us have likely
to the trailhead. We started on bikes from Reno, Nevada,
discovered: The bike makes you tired in the short term,
and pedaled to the base of the Sierra, loaded down
but rejuvenated over time.
with ski and snowboard gear, ready to summit peaks and rip lines under our own power. We biked through
Watch The Last Hill (until the next one)
winds that knocked us around, up hills that would never
Eric Pollard picks a nice spot to chill. Virginia Lakes, California. Andrew Miller
Scrappy Recycled cashmere made from factory scraps. Cashmere—once a luxury fabric—is being treated like a commodity. Because demand now outpaces supply, it’s leading to overgrazing on delicate grasslands in Mongolia. We’re lessening the demand for virgin cashmere: Our 95% recycled cashmere is collected from factory scraps, blended with 5% wool, then repurposed into new clothing. Of all wools, none is as naturally well-suited for cool-season comfort and warmth as cashmere. It insulates efficiently (with little weight or bulk), is exceptionally durable and possesses legendary softness. The recycled cashmere styles we offer this season are no different. Whether you choose a crewneck, hoody, cardigan or quarter-zip, you’ll gain a wardrobe staple for seasons—and perhaps generations—to come. Imported.
Women’s Recycled Cashmere Crew $199.00 I 50720 I XS-XL I Regular fit
Sitting pretty—watching out for old-growth trees in the Cascade Range. Paul Dix
Men’s & Women’s Recycled Cashmere
Men’s Recycled Cashmere Hoody Sweater
Men’s Recycled Cashmere Crewneck Sweater
Men’s Recycled Cashmere 1/4-Zip Sweater
$299.00 I 50585 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
$199.00 I 50525 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
$249.00 I 50600 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
Women’s Recycled Cashmere Crew
Women’s Recycled Cashmere Cardigan
Women’s Recycled Cashmere Hoody
$199.00 I 50720 I XS-XL I Regular fit
$229.00 I 50725 I XS-XL I Slim fit
$279.00 I 50730 I XS-XL I Slim fit all styles imported
Jesus, The Dido and Me
By Diane French
Ah, the perils of feeling self-righteous. We’d been a proud one-car family for more than a
a minute longer. Environmentally, consensus
decade when we inherited the ultimate bucket-of-
seems to say that keeping an old vehicle in play
bolts last summer—a 1996 Ford F-250 diesel with
is the best option. Still, most of these arguments
206,000 miles, diamond-plate running boards,
and breakdowns focus on money, not emotion or
blown-out transmission and shocks—from my
family history, and certainly not on fear of divine
father-in-law (God rest his soul). We were reluctant
retribution. When a deeply devout C atholic
to forfeit our single-car-ness for such a chipped
bequeaths you a serviceable rig outfitted with
and peeling beast, but eventually decided it might
rosaries, it would seem inadvisable not to try and
be a good beater to have while we were starting a
keep it running for at least a few more years.
remodel project. Approaching it in the lot where
It’d be a lie to say we don’t occasionally lust
it was parked, I knew there was no way in hell it
after a new vehicle—the truck drives with all the
would run. The smell of hot dust and polyurethane
comfor t of a concrete park bench. But “new is
flooded our noses when we pulled the cab doors
bet ter ” is a false premise, with a narrow set
open, put the key in the ignition and waited for the
of criteria. No new truck would “smell like my
engine light to go off.
childhood,” as my husband said. It would not
“Do we get rid of these things? ” asked my
consis tently reveal mys ter y detritus beneath
husband, fiddling with the dusty plastic rosaries
its seats despite repeated vacuuming. It would
hanging from the rearview mirror.
not, from miles away, declare its fragrant diesel
“Hell, no!” I exclaimed. “Are you kidding? That’s what’s keeping this thing together. They stay forever!”
self to the entire town with it s unmis takable stony warble. Like the old Ford my husband remembers
The truck rattled its way roughly to life in a cloud of white smoke.
growing up with that carted him and his brother and sister from fishing trips to hiking trips to
We did the responsible thing and took it
camping trips to wood-cutting missions, the truck
straight to the mechanic. We felt slightly deflated
carries on that tradition in a held-together-with-
when he told us the engine was strong and would
string-and-popsicle-sticks kind of way. It now goes
easily go another 100,000 miles. We dropped a
by The Dido—“the grandfather” in Ukrainian and
painful chunk of change to resuscitate the trans-
the moniker of the man who drove it before us. I
mission and, a week later, drove it loudly home. Ph i l o s o p h i e s a b o u n d w h e n i t c o m e s t o
like to think he would be proud to see us loading and unloading from it camping gear, tools, bikes,
deciding how long to keep an old vehicle. On
building materials—heedless of paint jobs or
the internet, you can find breakdowns to the
politesse toward the neighbors as we rev it up for
dollar on how much you’ll save over a period of
early ski mornings.
time by hanging on to your car. You can also find arguments on what an idiot you’d be to keep it
So much for self-righteousness. We now roll loudly with the Lord.
Taking back roads back home. Kenosha Pass, Colorado. Sacha Halenda 20
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Heywood Flannel Shirt $79.00 I 53875 I 0-14/even I Regular fit
Pack Out Tights $89.00 I 21995 I XS-XL I Slim fit
Retro Pile Vest $119.00 I 22825 I XXS-XL I Slim fit
Backslide Beanie $45.00 I 33400 I One size
Headway Tote 20L $119.00 I 48775 I 847 g (1 lb 13.9 oz)
Pinyon Pines Pants $89.00 I 55460 I 0-14/even I Slim fit
For style in good conscience, each season we strive for more environmentally and socially responsible materials and processes. Imported.
Prow Bomber Jacket $199.00 I 28105 I XS-XL I Regular fit
10 Recycled Cashmere Beanie $69.00 I 22285 I One size
Waffle Henley $65.00 I 54315 I XS-XL I Slim fit
11 Light & Lined Studio Pants $99.00 I 21190 I XS-XL I Regular fit
Cotton Quilt Snap-TÂŽ Pullover $149.00 I 25281 I XS-XL I Regular fit
12 Blythewood Tee $35.00 I 53535 I XS-XL I Regular fit
Previous: Tatum Rein wheelie likes his makeshift sled. Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada. Sonnie Trotter
Women’s Diamond Capra Fleece Diamond-cabled fleece inspired the name Diamond Capra. The textured pattern creates air pockets that trap heat and allows the fabric to breathe, for warmth without weight. Both the full-zip jacket and pullover hoody are made of 85% recycled polyester, have raglan sleeves for mobility and princess seaming for a tailored fit. Fair Trade Certified™ sewn. Imported.
Diamond Capra Jacket
Diamond Capra Hoody
$169.00 I 25100 I XS-XL I Regular fit
$159.00 I 25105 I XS-XL I Regular fit
Llama drama—muscling in for midwinter treats. Ridgway, Colorado. Kennan Harvey
Women’s Outerwear Hood season. When it’s cold, trust our warm jackets to have your back—and your head. The sturdy Prairie Dawn Jacket is made from our durable Stand Up canvas and has a fleece-lined hood. For extra warmth, our Bivy Hooded Vest and Down With It Jacket are down-insulated from hood to hem. Imported.
Rugged-canvas utility jacket
600-fill-power core warmth
Urban-styled Recycled Down
Prairie Dawn Jacket
Bivy Hooded Vest
Down With It Jacket
$179.00 I 27150 I XS-XL I Slim fit
$179.00 I 27746 I XS-XL I Regular fit
$229.00 I 28040 I XS-XL I Slim fit
Womenâ€™s Parkas Our insulated parkas have tough polyester shells with a weatherresisting DWR (durable water repellent) finish and are insulated with 600-fill-power Traceable Down or Recycled Down. Imported.
Traceable Down, wide baffles and princess seaming provide warmth and a contoured fi t.
Versatile 3-in-1 has a waterproof/ breathable, windproof shell plus aÂ down-insulated, zip-out liner.
Satin polyester shell resists light moisture; puckered, overstuffed baffles keep Recycled Down in place.
Down With It Parka
Tres 3-in-1 Parka
$299.00 I 28439 I XS-XL I Slim fit I 873 g (30.8 oz)
$549.00 I 28407 I XS-XL I Slim fit I 1,301 g (45.9 oz)
$379.00 I 28010 I XS-XL I Slim fit I 944 g (33.3 oz) Next: Two nuts, a bird and four eggs. Highlands, Scotland. Wade Dunstan
Jackson Glacier Our stealthiest women’s parka to date hides its technical prowess. The supersoft 2-layer shell has a DWR (durable water repellent) finish and is insulated with 600-fill-power 100% Recycled Down. A trimmer fit allows the parka to conform closely to the body and traps heat more efficiently. Like our Grade VII Down Parka, it features no-stitch, bonded quilt lines to keep the down in place and increase the shell’s water repellency. Imported.
Key Details • Innovative bonded-channel construction keeps down in place • Soft-to-the-touch, 2-layer polyester shell has a DWR finish • Insulated with 600-fill-power 100% Recycled Down (down reclaimed from down products) • A waterproof, PU-coated 2-way center-front zipper increases the parka’s weather protection
Jackson Glacier Parka $399.00 I 27915 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 941 g (33.2 oz) Shown with the Women’s Long-Sleeved Fjord Flannel Shirt (available online)
Men’s & Women’s Down Insulation
Provides optimum wind-resistant warmth in cool temps; use as a midlayer in colder weather.
Not too light; not too heavy. A warm, wind-resistant outer or midlayer.
Women’s Down Shirt
Women’s Down Sweater
$199.00 I 84751 I XXS-XL I Slim fit I 221 g (7.8 oz)
$229.00 I 84683 I XXS-XL I Regular fit I 346 g (12.2 oz)
Men’s Down Shirt
Men’s Down Sweater
$199.00 I 84746 I XS-XXL I Slim fit I 258 g (9.1 oz)
$229.00 I 84674 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 371 g (13.1 oz)
Why down insulation? Down is nature’s insulating hero for cold, dry conditions. Warm, light and compressible, it delivers deep warmth in the world’s coldest environments. Our entire line of down products contains either recycled or traceable plumes. Recycled Down is reclaimed from down products. Traceable Down is traced from parent farm to apparel factory to help ensure the birds that supply it are not force-fed or live-plucked.
Thermal Weight Built for bitter cold and wind.
Women’s Hi-Loft Down Hoody $279.00 I 84907 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 465 g (16.4 oz)
Men’s Hi-Loft Down Hoody $279.00 I 84902 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 530 g (18.7 oz)
all styles imported
We tried everything and came up with nothing. The Micro Puff ™ Hoody is our lightest, most packable insulated jacket ever. A breakthrough in synthetic insulation, the Micro Puff ™ Hoody with PlumaFill is the result of our 10-year pursuit for insulation with the very best qualities of both down and synthetic. We combined PlumaFill insulation with an innovative construction technique to build a synthetic jacket as warm, light and packable as down, that stays warm even when wet. Imported. patagonia.com/micropuff
Key Details • Unmatched warmth for its weight • Unique construction prevents shifting, clumping and cold spots • Soft and exceptionally compressible like down • Stays warm and lofted when wet
Women’s Micro Puff ™ Hoody $299.00 I 84040 I XXS-XL I Regular fit I 227 g (8 oz)
Men’s Micro Puff ™ Hoody $299.00 I 84030 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 264 g (9.3 oz)
Revolutionary PlumaFill insulation To solve for the limitations of both synthetic and down insulation, PlumaFill features strands of heat-trapping ultrafine filaments that offer the warmth and compressibility of down, while providing the warm-when-wet performance of synthetic. It’s why the Micro Puff ™ Hoody delivers ultralightweight, water-resistant, down-like warmth.
Men’s & Women’s Synthetic Insulation
Best as an outer layer in chilly weather or a midlayer in the cold.
Provides weather-shielding warmth in all but the coldest weather.
Women’s Nano Puff® Vest
Women’s Radalie Jacket
$149.00 I 84247 I XXS-XL I Regular fit I 207 g (7.3 oz)
$159.00 I 27690 I XS-XL I Slim fit I 425 g (15 oz)
Men’s Nano Puff® Jacket
Men’s Maple Grove Canvas Jacket
$199.00 I 84212 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 337 g (11.9 oz)
$199.00 I 26995 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 1,154 g (40.7 oz)
Why synthetic insulation? Warm, lightweight and compressible, synthetic insulation is the choice when versatility is a priority because it maintains its warmth even when wet. Synthetic insulation also offers options depending on your activity. Some stretch and are super breathable for high output; others protect you from the harshest cold on belay.
Thermal Weight Built for the coldest conditions, this is our warmest synthetic insulation. Women’s Transitional Jacket $199.00 I 28060 I XS-XL I Regular fit I 544 g (19.2 oz)
Men’s Hyper Puff ™ Hoody $299.00 I 84390 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 524 g (18.5 oz) Next: The coolest way to the hot box. Sol Mountain Lodge, British Columbia, Canada. Ryan Creary all styles imported
Jackson Glacier Whether it’s snow in Buffalo, wind in Chicago or subzero in St. Paul, this warm parka provides windproof, weather-resistant protection. We utilized bonded channel construction throughout to keep the 600-fill-power 100% Recycled Down in place and to increase weather resistance and durability. A streamlined fit traps heat efficiently. Imported.
Key Details • Innovative bonded channel construction keeps down in place • Durable, weather-resistant soft-shell plus 600-fill-power 100% Recycled Down (down reclaimed from down products) • Insulated hood, waterproof zippers and warm, lined handwarmer pockets increase weather defenses
Men’s Jackson Glacier Jacket $349.00 I 27920 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
Menâ€™s Off Country Sweaters Knitted sweaters have been around for over 2,000 years, so to call them classics is an understatement. Our Off Country Crewneck and Pullover stay true to the form down to the rib-knit details at the neck, cuffs and hem. For a new take on a traditional style, we use yarn thatâ€™s a soft blend of 48% recycled cotton, 47% recycled polyester and 5% other fibers. Imported.
Off Country Crewneck Sweater
Off Country Pullover Sweater
$99.00 I 50590 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
$119.00 I 50595 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
Versatile 3-in-1 jacket can be worn as a shell in wet weather, a synthetic-insulated jacket in cool temps or a waterproof, insulated jacket in the cold.
For waterproof protection and warmth, this hooded jacket has an H2NoÂŽ Performance Standard shell and 600-fill-power down.
Windsweep 3-in-1 Jacket
Windsweep Down Hoody
$379.00 I 28090 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 1,225 g (43.2 oz)
$349.00 I 84890 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 885 g (31.2 oz)
Built for the coldest conditions, this down-insulated jacket has a burly H2NoÂŽ Performance Standard 2-layer waterproof/breathable shell.
Our warmest 3-in-1 has a down-insulated, zip-out liner and can be worn as a waterproof/breathable shell, mid/outerlayer or insulated coat.
Tres 3-in-1 Parka
$399.00 I 27900 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 1,134 g (40 oz)
$549.00 I 28387 I XS-XXL I Regular fit I 1,324 g (46.7 oz) all styles imported
Fleece and bottle openers—you never realize their utility until one goes missing. Especially useful in cold weather, Retro Pile styles are made of double-sided shearling fleece. When you need core warmth, choose the deep pile Los Gatos Vest. The Re-Tool Snap-T ® Pullover is made of Polartec ® Thermal Pro® with its long fibers that trap heat. Imported.
Retro Pile Jacket
$139.00 I 22800 I XXS-XXL I Regular fit
Los Gatos Vest $99.00 I 25926 I XXS-XXL I Slim fit
Previous: One hull of a high dive: Andrei Zakharenka makes a midwinter flight from a sunken warship off the Kamchatka Peninsula coast. Russia. Mary McIntyre
Retro Pile Pullover $129.00 I 22810 I XXS-XXL I Regular fit
Re-Tool Snap-TÂŽ Pullover $119.00 I 25390 I XXS-XXL I Regular fit
To create our well-made shirts, Patagonia designers start with classic elements and add details to improve fit and function. They choose fabrics that are durable, soft and environmentally responsible. From collar to hem, they pay attention to the details—like sturdy buttons and clean-finished seams—to build shirts that last. Imported.
Insulated Fjord Flannel Jacket
$169.00 I 27640 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
Long-Sleeved Lightweight Fjord Flannel Shirt $79.00 I 54020 I XXS-XXL I Regular fit
Long-Sleeved Bluffside Shirt $79.00 I 53791 I XS-XXL I Slim fit
Long-Sleeved Fjord Flannel Shirt $89.00 I 53947 I XS-XXL I Relaxed fit
Joel Oberly’s over-the-top celebration on McGee Creek pass. California. Andrew Miller
Long-Sleeved Lightweight Fjord Flannel Shirt
$79.00 I 54020 I XXS-XXL I Regular fit
$89.00 I 53947 I XS-XXL I Relaxed fit
$149.00 I 84242 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
Straight Fit Cords $89.00 I 55930 I 28-40/even + 31, 33, 35 I Slim fit
Long-Sleeved Fjord Flannel Shirt Backslide Beanie $45.00 I 33400 I One size
Straight Fit Duck Pants $79.00 I 55880 I 28-40/even + 31, 33, 35 I Slim fit
Our everyday, versatile clothes are just as comfortable bouldering or cragging as they are knocking out daily tasks. They provide comfort with minimal impact. Imported.
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Ukiah Down Hybrid Jacket $199.00 I 27835 I XXS-XXL I Regular fit
Paxat Pack 32L $119.00 I 48046 I 862 g (1 lb 14.4 oz)
10 Off Country Crewneck Sweater $99.00 I 50590 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
11 Performance Twill Jeans - Regular $99.00 I 56490 I 28-40/even + 31, 33, 35 I Slim fit
Up & Out Roger That Hat $29.00 I 38205 I Mid crown
Black Hole™ Collection Black Hole bags are the ultimate gear haulers.
Black Hole™ Duffel 90L
Black Hole™ Cube - Medium
$149.00 I 49346 I 1,417 g (3 lbs 2 oz)
$39.00 I 49365 I 198 g (7 oz)
Black Hole™ Cube - Small
Black Hole™ Cube - Large
$29.00 I 49360 I 121 g (4.3 oz)
$49.00 I 49370 I 246 g (8.7 oz)
From quick-and-dirty road trips to that expedition you’ve been planning for a decade, there’s a bag in the Black Hole™ collection to get you there. Our duffels, packs, totes, bags and cubes—in original or lightweight fabric—are durably built and have wellthought-out features to protect and organize your gear. To stave off rain, snow and mud while protecting gear from rough handling, Black Holes are made from highly weatherresistant 100% polyester ripstop (50% solution-dyed) with a TPU-film laminate and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish. Black Hole Cubes come in three sizes to organize everything from toothpaste to climbing shoes, and they fit perfectly inside our Black Hole Duffels. Exterior daisy chains and grab handles
on both styles let you clip or lash the cubes to the outside of the duffels. The original stuff-swallower of the collection, Black Hole Duffels come in four sizes, with or without wheels. There’s a large zippered opening to the roomy main compartment to make packing and unpacking easier. A zippered side pocket secures items you need to access quickly. For retrieving the duffel after stowing, there are webbing handles with a snap closure at the top, plus haul loops at either end. And when you return from parts known and unknown, the entire bag stuffs into its own pocket for compact storage. See the Black Hole collection at patagonia.com/blackhole.
Easy access to the main compartment through a zippered U-shaped lid,
The padded bottom panel adds structure and helps cushion the load
which has zippered mesh pockets on the underside for small items.
when your duffel gets the baggage-handler treatment.
Carry options include removable, padded shoulder straps, plus web-
Exterior daisy chains let you lash additional gear to the outside.
bing handles and haul loops at both ends that allow one to link bags.
Interior compression straps stabilize contents.
Previous: Shredding the way to grandmother’s house. Strawberry Pass, Rossland, British Columbia. Steve Ogle
¡Viva los fun piglets! Gear that stands up to childhood. Guaranteed. No one is harder on clothes than kids. That’s why our kids’ gear is built to survive the dirt-romping, puddle-stomping and rump-sledding of young mountain bikers, climbers and skiers—with wear to spare for a sibling, cousin or buddy. We use the same exacting construction, fabrics and durability standards as we do for adults and back it all up with our Ironclad Guarantee. Imported.
5 Next: Sap-happy: Charlotte, just shy of 2, plays peekaboo among the pines. Thorens-Glières, France. Nicolas Blandin 6, 7 58
Baby Reversible Down Sweater Hoody
$119.00 I 61371 I 6M-5T I Regular fit
Baby Pita Pocket Mittens Baby Furry Friends Hat
$29.00 I 60532 I 0M-5T I Regular fit
Baby Snow Pile Bibs
Baby Micro D® Crew
$69.00 I 61035 I 6M-5T I Regular fit
$39.00 I 60551 I 0M-5T I Regular fit
11 Baby Reversible Puff-Ball Pants
$35.00 I 60147 I 6M-5T I Regular fit
Baby Retro-X® Vest
10 Baby Puff Mitts
$119.00 I 61108 I 2T-5T I Regular fit
$29.00 I 60560 I 0M-5T I Regular fit
$59.00 I 60092 I 6M-5T I Regular fit
$29.00 I 60549 I 0M-5T
Baby Synchilla® Cardigan
Baby Hi-Loft Down Sweater Hoody $129.00 I 60493 I 6M-5T I Regular fit
$69.00 I 60194 I 6M-5T I Regular fit
12 Baby Micro D® Snap-T® Jacket $49.00 I 60155 I 6M-5T I Regular fit
Kids’ Snow All our kids’ snow styles share elements we find essential. For an extra season of wear, the grow-fit feature adds two inches in length to sleeves and pant legs. To keep kids on the slopes longer, there’s toasty warm Thermogreen® 100% polyester (92% recycled) insulation throughout—even in the hood. Powder skir ts make the jackets slopeworthy, and reflectivity means that kids are visible. Fully taped seams, a DWR (durable water repellent) finish and burly fabrics protect kids from wet weather. Find more kids’ snow gear at patagonia.com. Imported.
Kids’ Powder Town Beanie
$35.00 I 66061 I Regular fit
Girls’ Snowbelle Jacket $199.00 I 68485 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
Girls’ Capilene® Crew
$35.00 I 64695 I XS-XXL I Slim fit
Boys’ Fresh Tracks Jacket $179.00 I 68550 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
Boys’ Capilene® Crew $35.00 I 64690 I XS-XXL I Slim fit
Boys’ Snowshot Pants $139.00 I 68490 I XS-XXL I Regular fit Girls’ Snowbelle Pants available online
Eli, age 10, trims the trees in Alta, Utah. Jay Beyer
Girls’ Los Gatos Hoody $79.00 I 65485 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
Girls’ Reversible Dream Song Hoody $119.00 I 68180 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
Girls’ Hi-Loft Down Sweater Hoody $179.00 I 68212 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
Warm kids are happy kids. We offer a full range of joy-inducing outerwear—from lighter-weight fleece to fully insulated, super-warm jackets. In chilly weather, there’s the soft, plush Girls’ Los Gatos Hoody or the high-pile, wind-resistant Boys’ Retro-X® Jacket. When temps truly drop, the Girls’ Hi-Loft Down Sweater Hoody and Boys’ Infurno Jacket ensure kids can stay outside longer. Imported.
Boys’ Retro-X® Jacket $129.00 I 65625 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
Next: Celebrating a wintry birthday with low-cal cake covered in frosting. Boulder-White Clouds Wilderness Area, Idaho. Steven Gnam
Boys’ Down Sweater $119.00 I 68245 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
Boys’ Infurno Jacket $99.00 I 68460 I XS-XXL I Regular fit
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Men’s Farrier’s Shirt
$199.00 I 27795 I S-3XL I Relaxed fit
$89.00 I 53320 I S-3XL I Relaxed fit
Women’s Iron Forge Hemp™ Canvas Double Knee Pants $79.00 I 55365 I 2-16/even I Regular fit
NOVEMBER 2017 100% PCW
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Worn Wear helps our customers embrace a different philosophy of ownership: buying high-quality things, regardless of brand, and keeping thei...
Published on Nov 13, 2017
Worn Wear helps our customers embrace a different philosophy of ownership: buying high-quality things, regardless of brand, and keeping thei...