Does /fa/ hate Patagonia?
I think they have some nice outwear, even if their clothes are for hipster tweens.
>Arcteryx is a lot cooler imo
there branding is ridiculous
are you just regurgitating something you read on /fa/?
don't you mean the veilance line? or do you not even know the difference? probably the latter since you're a fucking idiot who gives the worst advice
i don't come here often but when i do your stupid tripfag always shows up. last i remember seeing you you didn't know the difference between chelseas and chukkas
just drop trip already
I wear it when I go outside climbing or hiking. It's made extremly well and will hold up for years, I don't think it's for hipster tweens but it has a specific purpose and the price reflects that. But I also wear some Prana stuff that holds up like a mother fucker, so it's all about what you're gonna use it for. Doesn't make any sense to spend $70 on Prana pants until you realize its water resistant, tear resistant and looks good....so it has its uses if you're gonna go scrambling through boulders and boulders in joshua tree...other than that it doesn't really serve a purpose
I bought a Patagonia jacket a couple of months before Christmas and it is probably one of the best jackets I've ever bought; very warm and well made. The sizing is a big on the larger size, but I guess that is to compensate for the multiple layers intended to be worn underneath.
I love Patagonia, I grew up on it. My mom surfed and my dad fly fishes and they both skied a ton. They swore by patty gear and a lot of it is still around. I have old MIUSA snap-ts that I treasure. It's 7 degrees out today with a -10 windchill and I wore my R4 over a flannel and was plenty warm. I am a huge cheerleader for this brand and I don't see that changing any time soon. FWIW my style is pretty typically fratty so it fits my overall vibe as well.
I bought a Patagonia Tortise shell hoodie with down lining for 280 and it was literally a lifesaver when I had to work production in a freezer. The brand has some obnoxious outdoor-wear but the pieces are quality in the extreme and are not as generic as the north face. Would cop more Patagonia in the future.
and I'm the dude that copped pic related yesterday lol it's kinda ugly but it's warm as fuck, lightweight, solid build, and it was on sale. Not bad for the price considering I'll get a couple decades of use out of it as long as it doesn't get lost or stolen.