Worn Wear

Worn Wear

I’m sure most of your are hip to Patagonia’s new Worn Wear site, but if you’re not, get on over there today and start diving in. There’s not too much up  yet, but even in its early stages, you know it’s gonna be a hell of a time in the months (years?) to come. Thanks for the picture above, Nick Yardly of Yorkshire:

Dear Patagonia,

In December of 1986, I left the dark, dripping, wet landscape of my native Yorkshire, England and arrived wide eyed in New England. I had two backpacks and $500 in my pocket and couldn’t have been happier.

I worked at a climbing school that had its office at the back of IME, THE climbing store in North Conway, NH and a Patagonia dealer. Everyday as I walked into the store my eyes fell on a Patagonia Snap-T fleece jacket. To me it stood out as a prime example of this brave new world I had arrived in. I purchased it with my very first paycheck in the USA ― I was sleeping on a mattress and barely had a couple of dollars to my name.  That jacket was my constant companion for 7 years. Here it is living every Brit climber’s dream, road tripping across the country and sleeping in the desert. Oh, the car cost $450 ― my second purchase in the states.



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One Response to Worn Wear

  1. Jeremy February 28, 2013 at 4:44 pm #

    Patagonia had the best color-ways.

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