Tag Archives: Patagonia
Oliver White talks about the Patagonia Stormfront Backpack, what makes it so special, and why it’s one of his favorite pieces of gear for traveling or everyday use.
Patagonia Global Quality Assurance Manager Marty Chapman describes the Patagonia wader testing procedure, a process that ensures that every single pair of waders they make is 100% waterproof when leaving the factory.
Bart Bonime, director of fishing at Patagonia, talks to MidCurrent about product evolution in grippy boot technology and why Yvon Chouinard chose to stick pieces of metal to the bottom of his newest wading boots. The Patagonia River Crampons and … more
Patagonia‘s 2012 fly fishing collection has already been recognized with six prestigious awards—a nod to its innovation and quality steeped in the company’s fly fishing heritage. Read the full press release in the extended entry.
Clothing and gear company Patagonia is wading into the smoked fish market with three varieties of wild salmon Jerky. Patagonia says, “Working with Skeena Wild, a Canadian fish conservation organization, we’ve identified sustainable, in-river fisheries that use tangle-tooth nets, beach … more
River Salt Jacket Patagonia claims the River Salt Jacket is its toughest, most durable fishing shell constructed with H2NO wader fabric, a 100 percent waterproof and breathable material that performs well in harsh conditions. Features include three coated, water-repellent front … more
Rio Azul Waders In early 2012, Patagonia will release its Rio Azul Waders, billed as the company’s lightest, most packable wader ever. Designed for the traveling or backcountry angler who requires lightweight performance, the Rio Azul waders feature a 4L … more