Patagonia has all of last season’s styles 50% off in their store. Nearly 200 items are included in the sale, but sizing is limited and things are going quickly.
Bonus: Using the coupon code ELAENIA1 on the payment screen applies an additional 15% off!
In the past decade Patagonia has moved from being a niche technical outdoor brand to a brand that’s ubiquitous across college campuses. While that has a lot to do with their brand name, it’s also because of their consistent quality over the years. Let’s dig into a few of our top picks for the sale!
Windproof and water-resistant, the Special Edition Nano Puff Pullover combines ultralight 10-denier nylon shell and liner fabrics with warm, incredibly lightweight, highly compressible 60-g PrimaLoft® Gold Insulation in a technically minimal pullover silhouette.
Patagonia Thunder Cloud Down Parka, $224.88 (was $499)
Inspired by the first alpine expedition jackets, this modern field parka has an H2No® Performance Standard 2-layer 100% recycled polyester shell with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish; insulated with 100% Traceable Down (600-fill-power duck down that can be traced back to birds that were never force-fed, never live-plucked).
Patagonia Merino 3 Midweight Crew, $51.48 (was $115)
Warmth + wicking is what you’re looking for in a base-layer this time of year. Great for layering underneath a casual button-down or a hoodie. The thumb-loops are what sell me on this. I love me some thumb-loops!
Patagonia Tenpenny Jacket, $55.99 (was $125)
It’s water resistant. You can either consider it a highly-structured shirt, or a very light jacket. I’d throw it into the jacket category (like Patagonia did) because it’s a full-length zip-up. Either way you go, this is another great layering option. Throw it on top of a base-layer or two and you can easily wear it underneath a heavy winter shell without anyone thinking twice.
Remember, to get the prices listed above you need to use the coupon code ELAENIA1 on the payment screen. It applies an additional 15% off.
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