Watch video · Patagonia’s Worn Wear program allows customers to trade in their older gear for credit toward buying new products from the company.
Worn Wear is Patagonia’s program that keeps gear in action longer. Why extend the life of gear? Because the best thing we can do for the planet is get more use out of stuff we already own, cutting down on consumption. Join us to repair, share and recycle your gear.
Under the new program, customers can bring old garments to local Patagonia retail stores. They will be reimbursed with store credits equal to half the resale value of the used garment.
You can now visit Patagonia’s Worn Wear site and buy used and vintage Patagonia products. From the website: “Worn Wear celebrates the stories we wear, keeps your gear in action longer through repair and reuse, and recycles your garments when they’re beyond repair.
While the Worn Wear program started as a repair initiative, the Worn Wear website only accepts in-tact gear, as all items in the store still fall under Patagonia’s Ironclad guarantee. I scored on “Limey” though.
This time around, the apparel manufacturer is allowing its customers to return old, “Worn-Wear“ items in exchange for credit at any of Patagonia’s stores. Tired of that old Synchilla– turn it in. Simply want to get rid of that musky puffy in exchange for a new Black Hole Duffel– done and done.
Worn Wear Tour Stop #4 at Smith Rock State Park, Oregon. We stayed for two days, posted up at the trail head, greeting chalk-stained climbers and tourists alike, fixing any and all garments and gear, regardless of brand and year.
In the future, a large selection of your new gear might be used. At least that’s what REI and Patagonia are pushing for, with two new resale sites: Used Gear Beta, from REI, and Worn Wear, from
Now, Patagonia has come up with an answer to this predicament in the from of its new Worn Wear program, which gives customers the chance to trade in their old, unused gear to go toward the purchase of something new. It also allows outdoor enthusiasts on a budget to purchase recycled gear …
The Worn Wear program lets you trade in your used fleeces and yoga pants for store credit. The clothes are then sold at a discount on wornwear.com, which also features tips on simple repairs you can make yourself to keep your Patagonia gear working even longer. Go to wornwear.patagonia.com.
The pop-up events have been so successful that Patagonia has made them permanent with the launch of the online platform Worn Wear. On this website, you can …
And Patagonia’s program, part of its Worn Wear initiative, lets customers exchange older Patagonia apparel and equipment for store credit. Both companies vet the products, and acceptable items