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Patagonia Worn Wear

Patagonia Worn Wear
$40+  Buy Link Comment

Patagonia’s new Worn Wear program offers used but well-maintained Patagonia merchandise at greatly discounted prices. Customers can trade in their Patagonia clothes and bags at stores in exchange for credit.

Patagonia Down Sleeping Bags

Patagonia Down Sleeping Bags
$279-$519  Buy Link Comment

Patagonia finally gets around to realizing one of its founders’ first prototype products. Its sleeping bags pack everything the company has learned from its down jackets – ethically sourced down, overstuffed channels, replaceable zippers and much more.


The Unlinked Heritage of Snowboarding

The Unlinked Heritage of Snowboarding

The snowboard is based on the snurfer, an American invention from 1965. But Wrkshrt and Patagonia heard of Petran, a remote town in Turkey where snow surfing has been around for nearly 300 years. So they went there to check out the snowboard’s forgotten ancestor.

Patagonia Refugitive Jacket

Patagonia Refugitive Jacket
$499  Buy Link Comment

From Patagonia’s Backcountry Collection, the Refugitive is perfect for touring the high country. It’s made from a stretchy 3-layer Gore-Tex fabric, and is perfect paired with KnifeRidge pants. Both pieces will keep you warm and dry, and offer excellent mobility for winter sports.


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