November 26, 2019

This is Recrafted: Patagonia's Circular Collection

Created from thousands of used garments diverted from the landfill, sorted and salvaged at their Reno Repair Center, designed in collaboration with a woman who sees only potential in the things left behind, and finally deconstructed and sewn in Los Angeles—this collection shows the true force of what radical acts of imagination can become.

Clothes made from other Clothes.

Some of them deliberate, others unexpected. It’s this patchwork that makes life so dynamic and interesting, and is the inspiration for our ReCrafted collection.

Each one-of-a-kind garment is uniquely remade in California from an array of deconstructed and repurposed materials of various shades. The final pops of color may vary from what is shown. Rest assured, everything has been cleaned through the process, but may have slight signs of use from a previous life. After all, the scars tell the story.

Help Your Gear Last

Though it may seem counterintuitive, washing and drying your waterproof outerwear — and periodically reapplying durable water repellent (DWR) — will help to ensure it remains water and stain repellant for years to come. Patagonia wants to help you get the most out of your gear; here you’ll find brief explanations and some guides to proper care.

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All Images from Patagonia ReCraft

In The Field Fixes

If you’re on an adventure, miles from civilization, and you rip a hole in your gear you can’t just whip out your sewing machine. For those unexpected situations, we’ve got your back with a special series of on-the-go fixes using Patagonia’s Expedition Sewing Kit.