Summer Essentials

Patagonia Men's Polo - Trout Fitz Roy
Patagonia Men's Polo - Trout Fitz Roy $59.00
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Patagonia Men's No Porpoise Tee
Patagonia Men's No Porpoise Cotton/Poly T-Shirt $29.00
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PATAGONIA M's BAGGIE SHORTS - 5"
PATAGONIA M's BAGGIE SHORTS - 5" $49.00
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Hydroflask 32 oz Wide Mouth Bottle
Hydroflask 32 oz Wide Mouth Bottle $39.95
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Patagonia Women's Board Short Logo Cotton/Poly Scoop T-Shirt
Patagonia Women's Board Short Logo Cotton/Poly Scoop T-Shirt $29.00
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Patagonia Women's Barely Baggie - C Street Purple
PATAGONIA WOMEN'S BARELY BAGGIE SHORT Sold Out - $49.00
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Chaco Women's ZX/2 Classic
Chaco Women's ZX/2 Classic $105.00
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Yeti Rambler Tumbler - 20 oz
Yeti Rambler Tumbler - 20 oz $24.99
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Patagonia Girls' Pastel P-6 Logo Cotton/Poly T-Shirt
Patagonia Girls' Pastel P-6 Logo Cotton/Poly T-Shirt $25.00
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Patagonia Girls' Costa Rica Baggies Shorts
Patagonia Girls' Costa Rica Baggies Shorts $35.00
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Patagonia Boys' 1/2-Sleeve Graphic Tee
Patagonia Boys' 1/2-Sleeve Graphic Tee $35.00
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Kids Trucker Hat
Patagonia Kids' Trucker Hat $25.00
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Summer Adventures: Top Parks Around Raleigh

June 01, 2017

Ready to embrace the warmer weather? We know we are and there are so many places around the Triangle to get outside! Combine relaxing views with being active by heading to one of our favorite spots. Whether it’s a kayaking adventure or finding that hidden fishing spot, we’ve got you covered with a Summer Guide to Raleigh’s best parks.Lake Crabtree County ParkWake County’s first established county park, Lake Crabtree, is home to tons of recreational opportunities. With a little bit of everything, it’s become one of the most talked about parks in the Raleigh-Durham area. Home to a six mile trail loop around the lake, with an additional nine miles of hiking/cycling trails, open play areas, and fishing spots, it’s...

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Chaco: Fit for Adventure

April 12, 2017

Born on the river in 1989, Chaco began with a simple idea from a Colorado rafting guide. What if a sandal was created with webbing straps that passed through the midsole to create a custom fit sandal that stays put no matter what the adventure was. The idea caught on once the Z shaped straps became what explorers always hoped for - a secure, comfortable piece of footwear that could take them anywhere. Chaco has come a long way since ‘89, but they have always stayed faithful to what made their “Z” sandal so amazing in the first place; simple designs, durable construction, and all day comfort and support.  With a heritage rooted in offering simple, versatile products that focus on...

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Live Lokai

January 18, 2017

Whether you began with the classic clear or your wrists are stacked with various colors of charities, Lokai bracelets have swept the nation. Representing the balance of life’s highs and lows, this bracelet dedicates 10% of net profits to giving back to various causes. So, where did they begin?Steven Izen developed Lokai after an unexpected turn in his life, when his grandfather was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease. It was the first time he felt helpless, knowing he would have to sit back and watch. After receiving this heartbreaking news, Steven found himself on the beach with family and friends. He wondered how some parts of his life could feel so aligned, while others were so broken. That’s when Lokai developed...

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Patagonia Care

January 18, 2017

Laundering, ironing, and drying can shorten the life of your clothes as much as wearing them does. So, follow Patagonia’s product care instructions will help make sure that your gear has a long life full of adventures.How to WashWashing instructions are printed on a white tag inside our garments. Following the garment instructions will help make sure that your gear has a long, interesting life. In general, washing your gear in cold or warm water with mild powder laundry soap (non-toxic, biodegradable types preferred) and drying it on the line are the best ways to clean Patagonia products. But, check out the guidelines below or on the tag for each piece. Sometimes tumbling dry on low heat can bring the...

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