A wall with different Worn Wear items on hangers in Patagonia store

Patagonia Offers Extra Credit for Worn Wear Trade-Ins This Month

Through the end of October, Patagonia looks to foster better stewardship and relieve holiday budgets by placing a higher value on customer trade-ins.

Ah, the joys of dressing oneself for shoulder season. It means exploring your closet’s outer limits for warmer layers. Wobbling up on your tiptoes to paw at an oversized box of winter wear. And this year, also taking extra store credit from Patagonia on Worn Wear trade-ins.

Now through the end of October, you can trade your lightly used Patagonia gear in to the company’s Worn Wear program for 50% extra credit and free shipping!

Ready to pad your holiday budget, curate your gift list, or recycle used-up threads? You’re in luck.

Worn Wear Trade-In Process & Value

Here’s how it works:

  1. Gather up your used Patagonia gear
  2. Either drop that gear off at a Patagonia store or ship it to the Worn Wear center
  3. Following a gear inspection, receive a Patagonia credit usable at a retail location, or online at Patagonia or Worn Wear

October Credit for Patagonia Trade-Ins

patagonia worn wear trade-in values oct 2021
Estimated values for Patagonia worn wear trade-ins; (Photo/Patagonia Worn Wear)

The 50% extra credit trade-in values end on Oct. 31.

To stay updated on Patagonia’s off-the-beaten-path programs and initiatives, follow @patagonia and @wornwear on Instagram.

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Jilli Cluff

Jilli grew up in the rural southern Colorado mountains, later moving to Texas for college. After seven years in corporate consulting, she was introduced to sport climbing — and life would never be the same. She now works as a contributor, gear tester, and editor for GearJunkie and other outlets within the AllGear family. She is based out of Atlanta, Georgia where she takes up residence with her climbing gear and one-eared blue heeler, George Michael.