We’re Taking Orders Again
One month ago, we closed our retail stores and distribution centers for the health and safety of our employees and customers. After much consultation and a lot of hard work, we’re pleased to announce patagonia.com is back in business.
Thanks for Your Patience
As we adjust to our new safety procedures, order processing may take up to 5 days for ground. All orders include free ground shipping. We encourage you to view your order status page and sign up for text updates as there may be unexpected delays. Learn more
Keeping Things in Perspective
Selling clothing isn’t an essential service. We all know this. More than anything, we are humbled by and extremely grateful for the health care professionals, public servants, farmers, grocery store workers, delivery folks and many others who are working their hardest right now. Thank you.
Retail Stores, Repairs and Dealers
We’re excited to get back to work, but our values haven’t changed. As always, we encourage you to buy only what you need, buy local when possible and repair what you already own. Our retail stores and repair services remain closed for now, but we have DIY repair guides available online and Patagonia dealers in your area.
Responsibly Sourced, Shelf-Stable, Nutritious Food
Our food business is also open with an expanded marketplace of products from like-minded farmers, ranchers, fishers, artisans and brands. We invite you to visit Patagonia Provisions and get responsibly sourced, shelf-stable, nutritious foods delivered right to your door.
We appreciate the words of encouragement and support you’ve shared with us. Stay safe, be kind to one another and thanks for stopping by.Shipping and Safety Details
How Clean Are Your Clothes?
The hidden cost of the clothes we’re buying.
0 CO21760-1820 Industrial Revolution
First use of polyester fibers
US Senate hears testimony on global warming
The rise of fast fashion
First e-commerce clothing websites
World produces $1 trillion worth of clothes
Rana Plaza factory catastrophe
Clothing production reaches a value of $1.8 trillion
CO2e at levels more than 150
times higher than in 1850
Call It a Climate Crisis
Half of the carbon emissions from the burning of fossil fuels were released in the past three decades. Every year, the clothing industry spews 1.2 billion tons of greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere.
The Industry Is a Waste
Buy. Use. Throw away. Buy more. Fast, disposable fashion is wasteful by design.
And It’s Getting Worse
We buy 60% more items of clothing and keep them for about half as long as 15 years ago.
Globally, the clothing industry contributes 10% of the pollution driving the climate crisis.
We See You, Big Fashion
The world’s largest clothing brands hide dirty and irresponsible practices and misuse words like “sustainable,” “green” and “conscious.”
Together, We Can Change How Clothes Are Made
We’re Recycling Our Way to Lower Emissions
This season, 72% of our materials are made from recycled fibers. Switching to recycled allowed us to avoid 11,500 metric tons of CO²e, enough to power 1,300 homes for one year.Demand Recycled
We Grow Our Cotton Organically
Since 1996, all of the virgin cotton in our line has been grown organically, without the use of harmful chemicals (and we make clothes with recycled cotton, too). By using organic cotton, we save water and reduce CO² emissions by 45% compared to conventional cotton.Demand Organic
We’re Changing How We Grow Food and Fiber
We are investing in and testing ways to remove greenhouse gases from the atmosphere through regenerative organic agriculture.Learn More
We Care for Our Workers
We are dedicated to improving conditions for our workers. This season, two-thirds of our line is Fair Trade Certified™ sewn, impacting 66,000 workers.Demand Fair Trade
We Keep Gear In Play
The best thing we can do for the planet is to stop buying new clothes and get more use out of stuff we already own, cutting down on consumption. Our Worn Wear program does just that.Buy Used
Know How Your
Clothes Are Made.
The clothing industry won’t change on its own. You have the power to persuade the industry to end wasteful practices by demanding more from your favorite brands.