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Provisions Apricot + Almond Bar

rated 4 of 5 stars A non-GMO, organic energy bar that tastes great and has a backpacker-acceptable caloric density of 100 calories per ounce. The small size lends it to stashing in small pockets (but not so much for satiety). These are expensive, just as most organic, non-GMO products are. Here are the ingredients as listed on the package: Organic Dried Apricot, Organic Dried Pear, Organic Dried Apple, Organic Almond, Organic Apple Juice Concentrate, Organic Baobab Fruit Powder, Organic Black Chia Seeds Here is the… Full review

Nano Puff Pullover

rated 4 of 5 stars Nice jacket but the labels are itchy and abrasive. Patagonia needs to fix that now in many jackets. Fix the labels in your garments! They are sewn so firmly they cannot be removed and they are extremely abrasive to the neck!!  Full review

Edge Win Skirt

rated 5 of 5 stars Super comfortable men's or women's walking skirt. Great men's or women's walking skirt, especially nice for men. Wear skirt size XL, which weighs 192g (6.7 oz) and has a 44.5 cm (17.5 in) side seam. Am 6'2", 225 lbs., pants size 38" / 32". When resting on my hips where I normally wear my pants, skirt is about 7.5 cm (3 in) above my knee—just right for striding. The TENCEL fabric feels great. Material is super soft, moves well with motion, and hangs nicely. Been wearing the skirt during morning… Full review

RPS Rock Pants

rated 5 of 5 stars I really like these pants. They are durable and comfortable, and they aren’t restrictive when you’re trying to move around over rocks or downed trees or whatever other obstacles you might encounter in the wilderness. They’re pricey, but I think they’re worth the investment. Fit & Comfort: These pants have a pretty standard fit—not very tight and not especially relaxed. Definitely not baggy. The pants have some stretch to them, which, combined with the not-too-tight fit, make them flexible… Full review

Nano Puff Hoody

rated 3 of 5 stars Overrated? Obsolete? So I'm not bashing the Nano Puff. A lot of people have one and love them, much as you would have loved a good Irish fisher's jumper (sweater) or a peacoat fifty or a hundred years ago. There's nothing wrong with those things per se, it's just that there are garments that outperform them. For examples by Patagonia, there's the Nano-Air, Hyper Puff, and R1 TechFace. All are either more insulating, more packable, more breathable, durable and weather-resistant. With any stitch-through… 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

A Brief History of Outdoor Insulation: Essential #3
To celebrate extra clothing (#3 of the 10 Essentials), we looked at the origins of some classic outdoor insulation: wool and polypro baselayers, down and synthetic jackets, and ever-popular fleece. Read more
June 19, 2016

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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