Yeah, I get it; Patagonia is pricey. But, it’s also a great brand that builds products that stand the test of time. It’s one of those brands where you usually do get what you pay for.
Which is why Patagonia’s current winter sale is compelling. You can still get all the quality and sustainability that makes it a standout brand … at a price that doesn’t hurt so badly.
On sale now through January 29, Patagonia is giving shoppers the chance to refresh their winter wardrobe right in the middle of the coldest months. So if you need a puffy, fleece, long underwear, or anything else, check out Patagonia’s winter sale and score the ‘gucc at very reasonable prices.
Check out the whole sale here, or a few of GearJunkie’s top picks from it below.
Patagonia Winter Sale: Top Picks
Patagonia Nano Puff: Up to 40% Off
The Nano Puff has become a foundation of Patagonia’s winter outerwear. This light synthetic puffy is versatile enough to layer under a ski shell or wear as an outer layer around the camp on a cool summer evening. It uses lightweight, compressible 60g PrimaLoft Gold Insulation Eco 100% post-consumer recycled polyester insulation to keep you warm.Shop Men’s Shop Women’s
Fitz Roy Down Hoody: 30% Off
Now we’re taking the insulation level up a few notches. There are several parkas and insulated jackets on sale, but for serious outdoor winter pursuits, the Fitz Roy Down Hoody is a top contender as a midweight belay parka and a very versatile option. Packing 800-fill down into a highly compressible parka, the Fitz Roy has proven its worth on winter alpine sends and icy belays the world over.Shop Men’s Shop Women’s
Capilene Midweight Bottoms
Patagonia’s Capilene baselayers are legendary. I personally have had one layer for, good grief, 30 years now (yes, that layer is still going). So if you’re in the market for long underwear, this is an investment that should last for a good long while. At $47, you’ll be warm and comfortable for decades to come.Shop Men’s Shop Women’s
There are hundreds of products on sale now, so hop on over to Patagonia’s website to check them out.