Patagonia Spring Collection Made for Exploration

Our Patagonia Spring Collection has arrived, and we're excited for the adventures that await this gear. We take our Patagonia gear running, hiking, climbing, yoga-ing, traveling, or coffee shopping.

Houdini Jackets for Men and Women
Most people on staff, past and present, rely on this top item for our PNW running. Super lightweight and ultra fast drying, this smart layer is a workhorse. When you're not using it, stuff it in its pocket and stash it away. 



Duckbill Truckers and Caps
These have become a collector's item, where you can't help but buy a new color or print each year to add to your collection. This season, we have 13 different styles to choose from.

Pro Strider Short 5"
This short got a nice update this season. With flash dry fabric and a durable water resistant finish, they'll keep you comfortable on your long runs. Plus, you'll find five pockets to stash away all of you goodies.


Nine Trails Shorts
This 4" short features a lightweight recycled polyester/spandex fabric that moves with you. Flat waistband with draw string, it's almost like a board short. You know what that means, right? When you see that lake during your trail run, jump on in!


Centered Crops
We see the rivermouth print carried into the the centered crops this season. Soft fabric with no zippers, this crop will work with you at the yoga studio as well as the trails. A nice compression fit, this crop is made with Fair Trade Certified sewing.


Black Hole Duffel 60L
This burly companion will keep you weekend ready for your adventures. Featuring durable water resistant fabric and wide straps that work as backpack straps or hand straps. Daisy chains on the outside to add more to your bag and a large compartment on the inside for your shoes, clothes, foam roller, gels, bottles, socks, and journal.


And if Fair Trade Certified sewing, recycled fabrics and bluesign certified materials wasn't cool enough, Patagonia partnered with their trail running athletes Krissy Moehl, Jeff Browning, and Luke Nelson to raise funds for the Mile for Mile project. With donations from runners around the world and a matching grant from Patagonia, Mile for Mile funded 50 new miles of trails in Patagonia Park.

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