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I'd say it's my Nano Puff or down sweater.  What say you...???

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Micropuff jacket.  I think it's the only Patagonia item I have, but it's a favorite.
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I have an older down pullover, with the big kangaroo pocket, and hood. Its my favorite 3 season jacket.
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Tough choice between Capilene 1 and 3 tops. Maybe I should try Capilene 2..
If the R1 hoody I found discarded in the bushes(with a rip that cost $6 to repair) had fit, it might get my vote. The friend I gave it to loves it.
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Nano Puff jacket.
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Down vest..love it. I like the sweater too..but having the vest gets the sweater left home in closet much more often.

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Tough choice between Capilene 1 and 3 tops. Maybe I should try Capilene 2..
If the R1 hoody I found discarded in the bushes(with a rip that cost $6 to repair) had fit, it might get my vote. The friend I gave it to loves it.

I knew I was forgetting something.  R1 hoody is another of my favorites.  My Capilene is usually replaced by wool these days.
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I dunno.  I have one of their Syn micro-sumthin' T-shirts.  Pretty nice for hiking and backpacking.  Can't say I've given it much thought.

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Hands down... my R1. I love that thing... however, it is the flash pullover, not the hoody, or the regular pullover. The flash pullover uses cap 4 under the arms, at the waist and the cuffs. It is the most excellent... got it on sale too.

Next to that is going to be my newer Cap 4 Extreme Wt Hoody...

Then my Cap 2 long sleeve shirt...

Last would be my Houdini... and the reason it is last is because I wish it weighed a little less... being a windshirt and all...

All-in-all, I love Patagonia. I know they are a bit high, but I don't regret spending any of the $$ I spent on mine...


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Patagonia really doesn't make much of what I'd call "gear"...

5" Standup shorts are prolly my favorite, as well a 1/4-zip micro-D pullover.


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Gad, but their stuff is expensive.  Good, but expensive.  I have very few of their pieces because of that and none of them rank among my favorites.

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Hmmmm...
I have several pieces I really, really like.

Silkweight Boxers- use them everyday.

Slopestyle Hoody- my daily driver jacket.

Silkweight crew- my outdoor go-to base layer

R1 Pullover- love it.

ReadyMix Jacket- Softshell perfection.

I have many other pieces, but I would have to choose the Silkweight boxers.


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I like the Patagonia fish sticker... goes nicely on my bearcan.

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I'm not sure why some folks rag on Patagonia. They're stuff is expensive, but so is Mtn hwdr, Arcteryx, et al ... and Patagonia products are, imo, the equal of just about all their competition.

I have a pair of their alpine guide pants and they've been great. Sent in to Patagonia for repair when they got a couple of holes in them and they're good as new.

On that topic, here's a plug for their Common Threads initiative, which I think is a great push.

I also love the R1. I have a full-zip jacket and also a pullover. One or the other go on just about every trip I take.

Capilene underwear, both a heavyweight pair and a lightweight pair are great.

My favorite piece of their gear may be the Ascensionist; I live in that thing. That or their heavyweight mountain socks .. awesome!

I'm not a fan of the Rain Shadow jacket. It's OK, but doesn't seem to last as long as it should.

Non-backpacking, I have a pair of their chest waders which are I like a lot.

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People rag on Patagonia because their stuff is expensive in the extreme for what it is, is made in China by underpaid workers, yet they flout their Eco-consciousness with a holier-than-thou attitude unparallelled in the Mountain Community. Hypocrisy comes to mind.

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Hey BradMT

I don't think it's any more expensive than similar Mtn Hwdr gear. Or Arcteryx.

Where do you suggest Patagonia should make their gear? And if you say the US, name a single competitor of theirs who does so. And point to some factories they might look to produce their gear.

FAQs on Patagonia Factories.

The Where and How and Whys

1% of sales - not profits, sales.

Where was the computer you're using to post on this forum built?

What's this "holier than thou" attitude? I don't see it. I see them making more of an effort than just about any of their competitors in this field to contribute something toward the environment. They're not perfect, but that's far cry from "hypocrisy".

leave no trace doesn't mean leave "no" trace -- it means decrease your impact. Like backpacking, we try to get our load down lighter, but we don't walk around naked with no food.


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I have a Micro Puff pullover in the most hideous green that goes everywhere in every season. I bought it out of bargain bin because it's color was a year or two out ahead of everyone else's. Now hideous green is the next new thing.

My second pair of stand-up shorts has to be my favorite. The first I bought out oif Chouinard's second catalog when I was a senior in HS, 1971  :D I sold same catalog on ebay three years ago for nearly $400 to a collector. Same short for nearly 40 years except organic cotton and they aded a wallet pocket.

I strongly support the corporate and global initiatives from Patagonia. And since I work for an non-profit in public land issues, I get to support local retailers yet purchase Patagonia swag low.


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Did Patagonia sponsor this thread?  :D

Anyway, my fav (and it's the only piece of Patagonia gear I own) -- is the Houdini wind jacket.  Love it!


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People rag on Patagonia because their stuff is expensive in the extreme for what it is, is made in China by underpaid workers, yet they flout their Eco-consciousness with a holier-than-thou attitude unparallelled in the Mountain Community. Hypocrisy comes to mind.

Brad:

Being Chinese myself (and American too, of course) -- far be it for me to cheer for any foreign devil exploiting / underpaying the poor folks back in 'the old country'...

But I wish I could take you to China and show you the poverty that still exists in great areas there -- hard scrabble subsistence living!  It's why peasants choose to work in the factories by the hundreds of millions!  Not fun and sometimes not even safe -- but a steady paycheck month after month -- enough for them to even remit surpluses back to their villages -- it is a dream come true for them!

And even better:  they have enough to send their kids to school -- who will grow up vastly more educated and ready for the next couple of steps up.

BTW, did you know that Taiwan's per capita GDP is now comparable to Germany's -- and ahead of UK and France -- a rich country by any measure?   Back in the '60s and '70s -- that island too was teeming with 'sweat shops'!  Surely you remember how 'everything' was Made in Taiwan back then?  And then it was Korea, and then Malaysia, then Thailand... and now China -- with Vietnam, Indonesia, etc. not far behind.

And finally, thinking about it... we all remember the b/w photos in our own history books -- boys working in Penn. coal mines... girls and women in mills...  it's also how we developed our own country!


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Down sweater, and down pants, and mnano puff pullover. My three favorites

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People rag on Patagonia because their stuff is expensive in the extreme for what it is, is made in China by underpaid workers, yet they flout their Eco-consciousness with a holier-than-thou attitude unparallelled in the Mountain Community. Hypocrisy comes to mind.

Brad:

Being Chinese myself (and American too, of course) -- far be it for me to cheer for any foreign devil exploiting / underpaying the poor folks back in 'the old country'...

But I wish I could take you to China and show you the poverty that still exists in great areas there -- hard scrabble subsistence living!  It's why peasants choose to work in the factories by the hundreds of millions!  Not fun and sometimes not even safe -- but a steady paycheck month after month -- enough for them to even remit surpluses back to their villages -- it is a dream come true for them!

And even better:  they have enough to send their kids to school -- who will grow up vastly more educated and ready for the next couple of steps up.

BTW, did you know that Taiwan's per capita GDP is now comparable to Germany's -- and ahead of UK and France -- a rich country by any measure?   Back in the '60s and '70s -- that island too was teeming with 'sweat shops'!  Surely you remember how 'everything' was Made in Taiwan back then?  And then it was Korea, and then Malaysia, then Thailand... and now China -- with Vietnam, Indonesia, etc. not far behind.

And finally, thinking about it... we all remember the b/w photos in our own history books -- boys working in Penn. coal mines... girls and women in mills...  it's also how we developed our own country!

Ben, I've traveled extensively in the 3rd world. I'm familiar. You're preaching to the choir.

I will ALWAYS buy a Made in Taiwan item over a Made In China item because I know the quality and the conditions under which the item was made are generally significantly better.

Taiwanese stuff is top drawer and the smart mfg's are using Taiwanese labor over Chinese (mainland).

Made In Taiwan today is what Made In Japan is... an emblem of pride and quality.

None of which could be said a generation ago.


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Where do you suggest Patagonia should make their gear? And if you say the US, name a single competitor of theirs who does so. And point to some factories they might look to produce their gear.

I don't entirely disagree with either Brad or Walkinman. Both speak elements of the truth.  Most companies probably have many of their products manufactured in less than ideal conditions for their workers.  They have to to compete since it's all about profits.  It may be that the system is more to blame and the companies but maybe not.  Plenty of blame to go around actually, including us as consumers.  As far as Walkinman's assertion that we're ragging on Patgonia about their high prices, I still think they are.  When I get their semi-annual catalogs, for some reason I'm not aware of, I just gaze in wonder and astonishment at their gear and prices. The only other large company that seems to compare in price is Arcteryx.  I don't havr any of their stuff either.


But, yesterday at a garage sale I scored a like new Patagonia Chilliybin or smimilar shirt for three dollars ($3.00).  I'll definitely wear that sucker.


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Ben, I've traveled extensively in the 3rd world. I'm familiar. You're preaching to the choir.

I will ALWAYS buy a Made in Taiwan item over a Made In China item because I know the quality and the conditions under which the item was made are generally significantly better.

Taiwanese stuff is top drawer and the smart mfg's are using Taiwanese labor over Chinese (mainland).

Made In Taiwan today is what Made In Japan is... an emblem of pride and quality.

None of which could be said a generation ago.

Great to know, Brad, and sorry for the preaching to the choir part.   I look forward to the next decade or so when China too will be known for upper (or at least upper middle) tiered products.

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It's less about the country it's made in than the quality standards the actual manufacturers are required to adhere to.
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R1 full zip jacket is one of my favorites.
And the lightweight Capeline base layers are very comfortable and durable.
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I like my

Patagonia Live Simply T shirt that has a bear w/a salmon in its mouth...$9 at TJ MAxx.  In fact I like it so much I am going to use it as my avatar pic

They do make some very well respected fly fishing clothing too....but fly fishermen are nuts on what they'll spend on gear too


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My Patagonia Down sweater.
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I have been pretty happy with the clothing I have gotten from Patagonia for the most part.  give them credit for a bulletproof lifetime warranty.  

my favorite/most used are the capilene base layers - tops, sock liners, glove liners.  from silk-weight t-shirts in the summer to expedition weight in the winter.  competitive with anything i have worn, all seasons.  and they last a long time.  

other likes/dislikes:

-houdini.  great windshirt.
-shop pants - heavy cotton pants with double knees and cuffs, rear end.  no longer made.  have worn them a lot for years, what i wear instead of jeans.
-fleece hat - smooth outside, 'reverse fleece' fuzzy inside.  with extra fabric that covers your ears.  no longer made.  one of my favorite winter hats.  
-lightweight standup shorts.  both pair are several years old and have worn well.  
-R1 tops/bottoms.  a cool/cold weather staple.  i like the older versions better.
-nano puff pants.  a winter staple.

on the other hand....

-their waterproof/breathable shells have been worse than average for me.  had a storm parka years ago, seams delaminated.  they replaced it...and the inner coating disintegrated.  rain shadow jacket was a decent raincoat, but it didn't breathe very well.  sold it used quite a while ago.    
-fleece - it's all polartec, and i think patagonia's versions are middle of the road feature-wise and expensive.    
-down sweater.  mixed feelings about it.  i wear it a lot, and it has been fine.  if i had to do it over again, i would have gotten one from someone else with different features and construction.  
-heavier down jackets - tried on more than once, never purchased.  pricy, unduly heavy.  a cut below a lot of the competition in my opinion.
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