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Houdini Jacket

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Well constructed, lightweight, and does keep the wind out. Not so good if it gets very wet but in light mist or rain it works fine. Well constructed, very light and easily packable. Runs true to size. I'm about 5'11" 190lbs and the large is just right. Seems very reistant for overall wear. All in all a good light jacket. Full review

R4 Jacket

rated 5 of 5 stars Plush, good looking, comfortable, warm, and windproof. What more could you want in a fleece jacket? I've had my R4 for about 12 years. It has been put through the ringer. It is in every way still as plush, warm, and durable as the day I got it. It is inherently a good looking jacket. Perfect for wearing around town on cold days. I do not always take it on backpacking trips. It does not pack or compress well and it takes up considerable volume in a pack. But in the deepest winter when I know it's… Full review

R2 Jacket

rated 4 of 5 stars I'm writing this mainly because my version of the R4 is drastically different from the others reviewed below. This is a great layering piece, but doesn't make it into my pack very often because I rarely go out into the conditions in which it would be useful. I mainly wear it under a puffy coat during those bitter cold, windy Missouri Januarys and Februarys. I purchased this jacket for $2 at a thrift store in Stockton, Calif. I don't know how old it is, but I believe it to be several seasons older… Full review

Dual Aspect Hoody

rated 5 of 5 stars The Dual Aspect Hoody is a responsive, not-going-to-get-in-the-way type jacket that can be worn in wide ranging temperatures, conditions, and activities. It's just as standout as an outer layer as it is a mid layer. Best use is for activities that require a balance of breathability and warmth (i.e. cool weather hiking or trail riding). Testing Conditions:  I tested this as both a mid layer and an outer layer from early autumn to mid-winter in the mountains and valleys of Central Pennsylvania, and… Full review

Capilene 1 Silkweight T-Shirt

rated 4 of 5 stars Good, solid base layer. This is a solid T-shirt. The material has a slight sheen to it, is a bit stretchy and very comfortable. It wicks and dries very quickly. I bought mine in black about 6 months ago. It's been washed about 10 times and the seams and stitching still look great. I hike in just this shirt during the day and haven't had any problems with snares from gear or branches, so I'd say it's durable. It still smells fine, and I think whatever odor guard Patagonia is using works well. It's… 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. 

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John Wins Patagonia EVERLong and Activist Shoes
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Win Shoes to Run and Shoes to Chill with Patagonia
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