Patagonia Clothing - T-Shirts, Sweaters & More
Patagonia produce a range of clothing perfect for leisure and outdoor pursuits and their clothes are perfect for climbing, skiing, surfing, paddling and trail running while being stylish and unbelievably comfortable.
Their range includes t-shirts, long sleeve tops, sweaters, dresses, shorts, accessories & more!
PATAGONIA PRODUCTS ARE:
HARDWORKING & DURABLE
WORKING TOWARDS A BETTER PLANET
What makes Patagonia stand out?
Mission: Build the best product, cause no unneccessary harm, use business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis
Fabrics - Patagonia are always working to reduce their environmental impact. They use recycled polyester in many of their clothes, and organic cotton
Worn Wear - One of Patagonia's objectives is to make high quality clothing that lasts for years but they've known gone a step further and introduced Worn Wear which allows customers to send their items off to be repaired or recycled. They also have tons of articles on how to care for and repair your clothing at home.
Traceable - Visible supply chains showing where your clothing comes from
Working towards a better planet - Patagonia donate their time, services and at least 1% of their sales to hundreds of grassroots environmental groups worldwide. They are well known for their environmental commitments including their recent campaign "Do not buy this jacket" which highlighted the problems with consumerism and encouraged customers to think before they buy.
Environmental Internship Program - All Patagonia employees are given up to two months away from their regular roles to volunteer for the environmental group of their choice while continuing to earn their regular pay from Patagonia. Last year they put in almost 10,000 volunteer hours to 43 different environmental groups.
Works to fight against climate change, poverty and global economic crises. The trading partnership contributes to sustainable development by offering better trading conditions to, and securing the rights of, marginalized producers and workers
Certificates are issued to farms that follow organic practices, to factories that process organic cotton separately from conventionally grown cotton and for shipments of organic cotton between different companies in the supply chain