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Patagonia Burlington is excited to host a screening of< Patagonia’s newest film, The Yin & Yang of Gerry Lopez.

Please join us for Patagonia's latest feature-length film starring the incredible surfer Gerry Lopez, hosted at and partnered with Hula Lakeside!

Wednesday, July 27
Doors: 6:30 PM, Film: 7 PM
Suggested Donation: $5-10 to benefit The Rozalia Project

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Jim and Kate C. both cool off in Lake Champlain, wearing their favorite piece of summer clothing - Patagonia Baggies.

Now that we have learned about the environmental campaigns behind Baggies ™, it’s time to dive a little deeper! Each pair of quintessential Baggies shorts is made using around a 4ft x 4ft square of fishing net that could have easily found its way into the ocean. Wearing a pair of Baggies is a very tangible way to stop pollution and support an incredibly impactful environmental campaign.

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We know that our Baggies are now made from the nylon of recycled fishing nets, but what can you really do with these shorts? Let’s hear from our staff at Patagonia Burlington to see how we use Baggies in our daily lives.

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From left to right: Kate C. in Stand Up Women's Overalls; Kelsey and Holly in the Skysail Jacket, Baggies and Baggies Brimmer Hat; Jimbo in the Back Step Men's Shirt.

We've rounded out our favorite Patagonia pieces for spring and summer! With cool nights and hot days, these pieces will get you through summer in Vermont.

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Photo 1: A fisherman brings in a fishing net. Photo Credit: Jürgen Westermeyer. Photo 2: Fishing net at the ocean's surface is detrimental to ocean life. Photo Credit: Bureo.

Patagonia is well known for the environmental missions they champion and partner up to support, so it is unsurprising that they have a partnership with an incredibly innovative company named Bureo. With a partnership that started in 2016, Patagonia is finding new ways to utilize the company’s products on their own. Read on to see how!

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Patagonia Burlington is excited to host a screening of< Patagonia’s newest film, Newtok.

Please join us for a screening of Patagonia’s newest film, Newtok, about the town of Newtok, Alaska which is quickly experiencing the effects of climate change.

Thursday, March 24 at Merrill's Roxy Cinema
Doors: 6:30 PM, Film: 7 PM
Tickets: $10 to benefit 350Vermont

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Celebrating Our Relationship with the Intervale Center. A close partner deeply aligned with our mission: to inspire our community to pursue a lifetime of
outdoor activity and environmental stewardship. Graphic: Carly Freeman.

For the past 37 years, Patagonia has been funding grassroot environmental organizations in an effort to, as their mission reads, “to Save our Home Planet.” Skirack and Patagonia Burlington have been fortunate to be a part of this effort through grant support to the Intervale Center. In recent years, the grant has been given to the Intervale Center’s Conservation Nursery, whose focus is to raise and plant tens of thousands of native trees every year to support and improve water quality in Vermont. This has also been put forward to sequester carbon, fight erosion and build a better wildlife habitat.

This year, we are happy to announce that through Patagonia’s Action Works Grant Program, Skirack and Patagonia Burlington have been able to once again show our support with a grant of $15,000 to the Intervale Center: to support not just the continuation of critical conservation projects through the nursery, but to expand into supporting the organization’s broad range of conservation and agriculture projects aimed to strengthen community food systems. The grant is providing core resources to maintain the best services they can to their farmers, improve land and water quality, and bring more people into the good food movement.

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How to apply tenacious tape to a down jacket. Photo Credit: Patagonia.

One of the most responsible things you can do as a consumer is to keep your stuff in play as long as possible. Lucky for us, Patagonia has developed care and repair tutorials which can help you do just that.

If there's anything you are unable to fix on your own, Patagonia Burlington is capable of repairing simple zipper problems, patching small tears and holes, and replacing button snaps with our snap press. All other repairs can be sent to Patagonia directly in Reno for repair.

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Down Versus Synthetic Insulation. Photo Credit: L. Renee Blount.

Besides just staying tucked in bed all winter, the best way to stay warm outside is to invest in an insulated jacket or midlayer. When choosing the correct piece for you, one of the first questions you should ask is whether you want natural down or synthetic insulation. The best option is dependent on the type of environment and activities you plan to use your product for.

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Selecting waterproof garments made easier with these tips. Photo credit: Anthony Smith

The world of waterproof shells can be very confusing, especially because of the unique technology and terminology that, without a certain level of knowledge, seem like another language.

Patagonia is no exception to this; H2NO, 3-Layer, 2.5-Layer, Waterproof/Breathable, are all terms that we use on a regular basis. For most, what really matters when looking for a rain jacket is: Will it keep me dry? Will it be breathable enough? Is it durable?

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Regenerative Organic combats climate change with healthy soil as well as the fair treatment of animals and people. Photo Credit: Tim Davis

Patagonia is in business to save our home planet. It’s a zinger of a mission statement, wouldn’t you agree? It’s clear in purpose, yet ambiguous in practice. What are we saving? How do we save it? Can we truly save it all? Is big business and capitalism really the answer to our environmental crisis? Can we really keep extracting and producing and selling all while causing no unnecessary harm’?

Well, we have to start somewhere. And Patagonia is changing the landscape, not only in the political and capitalistic sense of the word, but also physically.

What do I mean when I say that Patagonia is changing the physical landscape?

I’m talking about farming. Industrial agriculture contributes to a whopping 30% of carbon emissions, 70% of fresh water use, and 60% loss of biodiversity. Overall, that accounts for 25% of total emissions driving climate change. Fiber production, the raw materials used to make our clothing, is no exception to these statistics.

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