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Piton Hybrid Hoody

rated 4 of 5 stars Like wearing super skin. I've owned this for about a year and the first time I put this on in my apartment it felt more luxurious than any other fleece that I'd worn before.  It wasn't as warm as my R1 Hoody, but I wasn't overheating or feeling itchy either (traits that I didn't like about R1).  I later tested it for the first time on a cool morning camp after waking to 40 degree temps and thought... not super warm, but glad that I had it. I've just started wearing this again over the last two… Full review

Nano-Air Jacket

rated 5 of 5 stars The marketing department at Patagonia says about this jacket, "put it on and leave it on." They're not lying, folks! I picked this up and have been wearing it outdoors ever since to hike in, run in, do yard work in, and hang out drinking coffee. The temps were in the mid 50s to low 60s and the rain was pretty heavy at times and I was comfortable — never overheating. I stayed warm when I slowed down as well. Like all Patagonia clothes, it's made to throw in the wash, which I did, and comes out… Full review

Better Sweater 1/4-Zip

rated 5 of 5 stars So warm, on most days you won't need a jacket. Because I live in Northern California, on most days the temps don't get below 40 degrees (f) even in the winter. So, on a cold day, my choice has been either a thick jacket that had me sweating if I did any kind of hiking or climbing or a long sleeve tee that wasn't warm enough. The Better Sweater is thick, which means it's warm and durable. I don't worry about wearing a hole in the elbows and I don't need a jacket. Because it's fleece, it's pretty… Full review

Drifter A/C

rated 5 of 5 stars Rugged lightweight shoe with gripping sole. Conditions: I have had this shoe for the past three years. I have hiked some rugged and muddy/wet parts of the Long Trail with 25-30 lbs on my back. This shoe is light but gives good support and is very comfortable for those of us with wider feet and narrow heels. I put the copper colored Superfeet footbed in mine and that has worked very well. Features: What I like most is that when I have inadvertently or unavoidably stepped in water or mud, the socks… Full review

Alpine Guide Pants

rated 4 of 5 stars Super comfortable and pretty close to indestructible. Combine that with Patagonia's dedication to sustainability and these pants are almost perfect. Cost is the drawback. First, this pant is so durable that the belt, closure, zipper and elastic will all give out long before the material.  I've pitted it against decomposed granite, sharp objects, and the teeth on snowshoes without a hole or a snag.  Tough, tough, tough! This is a great softshell pant for alpine ventures and winter sports activities. Full review

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Patagonia accepts all Patagonia products—worn out Capilene, fleece, organic cotton—for recycling through its Common Threads Recycling Program. If a Patagonia product has reached the end of its useful life it may be sent back to be recycled or repurposed. 

Patagonia Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

John Wins Patagonia EVERLong and Activist Shoes
Congratulations, jboothmtnbkr! For sharing a review of your Mountainsmith Circuit 3.0, you've shoes to run and shoes to chill, thanks to Patagonia ($195 value). Read more
November 7, 2013

Win Shoes to Run and Shoes to Chill with Patagonia
Review your outdoor gear now through Wednesday, November 6, and you could win a pair of EVERlong trail runners and a pair of Activist packable shoes, thanks to Patagonia Footwear ($195 value). Read more
October 28, 2013

Keeping it Light with NEMO, Patagonia, and Sea to Summit
Gear gets lighter every year, but NEMO, Patagonia, and Sea to Summit strike the balance between lightweight performance and comfort with these new products. Read more
August 2, 2013

Patagonia Footwear advocates for local nonprofits
Ever seen employees of a retail store creating music videos about a product in their free time, just because the brand or program inspires them? You might during Patagonia Footwear's Advocate Weeks. Read more
September 11, 2012

Outdoor Retailer Gear Preview: Warm and Dry Apparel
In our final Outdoor Retailer gear preview we highlight insulation and outerwear. Expect even more puffy jackets, plus down and wool insulation and mid and outer layers in the backcountry, and around town. Read more
January 16, 2012

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December 22, 2011

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