Help Your Gear Last
Though it may seem counterintuitive, washing and drying your waterproof outerwear – and periodically reapplying durable water repellent (DWR) – will help to ensure it remains water and stain repellant for years to come. Patagonia wants to help you get the most out of your gear; here you'll find brief explanations and some guides to proper care.
In The Field Fixes
If you're on an adventure, miles from civilization, and you rip a hole in your gear you can't just whip out your sewing machine. For those unexpected situations, we've got your back with a special series of on-the-go fixes using Patagonia's Expedition Sewing Kit.Quick Fix Guides Expedition Sewing Kit
Designed to Endure
Buy Less, Repair More
During an extended backcountry trip or a faraway expedition, if your gear breaks, you make a repair. There are no other options. But back at home when something breaks, many people are in the habit of throwing it out. Fortunately, most Patagonia® gear can easily be fixed, so we've partnered with iFixit to show you, step-by-step, how to repair your Patagonia® clothing. A patch on your jacket or a gleaming new zipper not only gives you bragging rights, but completing the repair yourself extends the life of your gear. Thanks for joining us in the Patagonia Common Threads Partnership on iFixit.com.
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