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Patagonia was founded in the 70s by climbers, surfers, and their minimalist style. Products are multi-functional, repairable and recyclable—they last for generations and the materials remain in use, limiting the ecological impact. One percent of sales is donated to grassroots environmental organizations working to protect the planet.

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New Clothes, New Planet Regenerative Agriculture

Grow your clothes and save the planet. Seems simple, but there's more to it, as we discovered at Patagonia's California HQ. Discover the story.

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Leave No Trail Unturned Hiking Collection

Versatile, durable products made for the longest days on the trail, from beaten path to the route less traveled. Made with recycled materials and built to withstand wear and use for years to come.

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Back to the Basics Sportswear Collection

Do more with less. These multi-functional pieces can be mixed and matched to maximize your options. Made with comfortable fabrics that have friendly features, like organic cotton for breathability, hemp for cooling, and Tencel for quick-wicking, wrinkle-resistant wear. Every material is easy to care for and built to last, so you can wear them again and again.

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Founded by Yvon Chouinard in 1973, Patagonia is the original brand with an eco-conscience. Their logo outlining Mount Fitz Roy is now synonymous with quality outdoor apparel worldwide. Chouinard began by designing climbing equipment and clothing. In 1989, he re-focused the company on soft goods, peddling stylish fleece sweaters, Torrentshell rain jackets, and hiking backpacks to a mix of hardcore outdoor enthusiasts and urbanites. Their best selling Better Sweater has been a staff favorite here for years, along with the Nano Puff, which has become must-have for week long adventures. What makes this brand genuinely unique is their dedication to improving their source materials; utilizing recycled materials, organic cotton, and ethical down, while steadily upping their clothing quality. They also only employ Fair Trade labour and are renowned for donating 1% of their profits to environmental charities. You can rest assured knowing your Patagonia hat, Synchilla Fleece or Down Sweater has the timeless style for Toronto and Vancouver while maintaining the soul for Canada's great outdoors.

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