Patagonia Autumn Winter 2017 | The Edit
This week we have chosen to showcase our favourite pieces from Patagonia‘s latest collection, in our Autumn Winter edit.
This season Patagonia have once again, pulled out all the stops to create the perfect collection for your inner explorer. With refreshing seasonal colour pallets added to the iconic Torrentshell jacket and the Fjord flannel shirt. Making bold streetwear statements as well as being the clothing brand for climbers.
The ever reliable Torrentshell lands just at the right time, with the seasons turning for the worst. Constructed from recycled nylon ripstop fabric with H2No coating. Featuring a hood with a drawcord adjustment, a half zip, elasticated cuffs and a zip front pocket, finished with the iconic Patagonia P6 logo badge to the chest. This piece is perfect to layer up over other key Patagonia pieces and style with a pair of Redwing boots.
Another piece we had to feature was the Better Sweater jacket. It has been crafted from knitted, heathered polyester and has been dyed using a process which reduces the use of dyestuffs, energy and water. Another fact we found out about this fleece, from our Patagonia rep, is that a medium sized fleece is constructed from 32 recycled plastic bottles.
The perfect note to end this edit on has to be the Patagonia mission statement “Build the best product, cause no unnecessary harm, use business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis” You can shop the full collection from Patagonia here