Each one of Patagonia’s garments has a positive impact on both people and the planet. How? By using eco-conscious practices that better our environment, one style at a time. Take the P-6 Uprisal sweatshirt, for instance. Using a recycled polyester and cotton blend, this crewneck saves 24 plastic bottles and 0.7 of deadstock cotton from ending up in landfill waste – while also using 95% less water compared to your typical loungewear layers. Consider us impressed.
Patagonia started small, making tools for climbers. Now, it makes clothes for outdoor adventures from trail-running to skiing and uses its voice to campaign for the protection of nature. Patagonia itself has taken impressive steps to reduce its environmental impact and set a goal for complete carbon neutrality by 2025.