Skiing and Snowboarding
Caroline Gleich sporting an epic grin (trust us) on an epic day. Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah. MIKE SCHIRF
Patagonia Skiing Ambassador Leah Evans

Extended Play

Lasting function and a commitment to repair.

In a landscape of disposable ski and snowboard fashion, fixing and keeping your snow gear in play is the most radical act we know.

On average, most of us keep a piece of clothing for just three years, yet the materials and processes for making any new garment are tremendously costly to the planet.

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Reno Repair Facility

Every Patagonia Snow garment is built for lasting function and straightforward repair. If your shell is hammered, we’ll fix it at our repair facility (the largest of its kind in North America) or we’ll teach you how to fix it. Learn More

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Commit to Keeping Your Gear in Play


PowSlayer Jacket and Bibs

Built with the First-Ever 100% Recycled GORE-TEX® Pro™ Face Fabric

Redesigned this season for lighter weight and less bulk but with zero loss in performance, our pinnacle PowSlayer Jacket and Bibs are now built with 100% recycled GORE-TEX® Pro™ face fabric, extending our commitment to keeping original materials in play longer.

The PowSlayer Jacket and Bibs are built for years of heavy use, but if they are hammered and still serviceable, let us repair them so you can ride a few more seasons in the same kit. If they’re beyond all help, we’ll recycle them or repurpose what can’t yet be recycled.

Men's PowSlayer Jacket and Bibs
Women's PowSlayer Jacket and Bibs
Right to Roam
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Right to Roam: Marie-France Roy and Alex Yoder weave their way through Scotland’s hills


Backcountry Touring Collection

The Last Hill
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The Last Hill: Max Hammer and friends search for an honest adventure right out their backdoor

It goes! Max Hammer finds his line in the High Sierra. California. ANDREW MILLER

The Micro Puff®
Our lightest, most packable insulated jacket ever.

Reno Repair Facility