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.
Cedar: Baggies ™
The versatility of Patagonia Baggies keeps me coming back to them every season. Whether I’m hiking, cruising on Church Street, or taking a dip in between the two, my baggies stay dry and comfortable through it all. With classic colors and fun new prints every season, these Patagonia classic shorts are always my go to.
Jimbo: Back Step Shirt Men’s
I’ve tried many different warm weather shirts from Patagonia. I’ve worn them in Vermont, as well as tropical climates such as The Bahamas and Florida. Nothing performs better than the Backstep Shirt. Patterns are bright and the knits go with anything. The blend of 55%hemp and 45%cotton makes them soft, but durable. They come right out of the dryer ready to wear. The two button- through chest pockets are handy. Squared and vented tails are made for the untucked look. I love them and have many in my collection. Give this shirt a try. You can’t go wrong!
Bryan: Houdini Jacket
Weighing only 3.7oz, the Houdini Jacket is an ultralight windbreaker that fits in my pack all year long; especially when it packs down to the size of a PB&J. The nylon ripstop construction with a DWR finish stands up to wind and light precipitation, while being able to dry extremely quickly. Any activity, any season, this jacket’s multisport utility is topnotch. I use it mostly for windy ridgelines while trail running, or to cut frigid winter breezes while Nordic skiing.
Kelsey: Skysail Jacket Women’s
Weirdly enough, sherbert orange is my favorite color. I bought this jacket to match my Baggies™ and Wavefarer Bucket Hat and now I'm living my traffic cone dreams! I was very interested to see this silhouette in person and it did not disappoint. It's a boxy, cropped jacket that's reminiscent of old school sailing jackets my mom has saved since the 80's and 90's. I'm a fan of the looser fit as it allows more movement and I'm excited to wear it mountain biking as my orange flag during hunting season (gotta stay safe)!
Holly: Baggies Brimmer
If you are looking for a hat in between a bucket hat and a true large-brimmed sun hat, the Baggies Brimmer is the hat for you. This is coming from someone who is also a lover of our new season color tigerlily orange, but there are other colors that will keep you feeling shaded and fashionable. Equipped with an adventure strap, breathable panels, and two available sizes, this hat will stay on your head, and you won’t want to take it off.
Kate C: Happy Hikes Studio Pants
The Happy Hike Studio Pants are one of my favorite items of clothing that I own. They’re nice and lightweight, and so perfect for hiking, like their name suggests. They’re extremely comfortable and flexible, allowing for a large range of motion for steeper hikes or runs. They’re a perfect weight for spring, fall, and cooler summer days.
Kate C: Stand Up Overalls Women’s
The Stand Up Overalls are an extremely comfortable casual wear item. I truly wear them as much as I can get away with and they’re no worse for wear. The canvas material is flexible and fairly durable, to the point where you could easily go on a walk or an easy hike in them. They’re great for colder winter weather with a cozy sweater, but could just as easily be dressed for warmer fall or spring weather with a nice t-shirt or tank top.
Kelsey: Fleetwith Romper Women’s
The Fleetwith Romper is my go-to outfit for shoulder season days when it's 40 in the morning but the afternoon warms up! The cropped pants and light-weight tech fabric make it breathable when I'm running around doing errands or at work but the design is polished enough to look put-together. Throw a jean jacket over it and you're covered!
Tara: Hampi Rock Pants Women’s
I absolutely love the Hampi Rock Pants. I literally have 3 pairs. They are so comfortable and lightweight, it feels like I’m not wearing pants at all. I especially like the elastic waistband. I can wear them for any occasion.
JC: Synch Fleece
The Synchilla is my favorite comfy and practical fleece. This versatile fleece is reliable time and time again no matter what situation is presented. It can be a little chilly or -60 and I will still be wearing my fleece! You can dress it up with jeans or be cozy with sweatpants. No matter what, the Synchilla has your back.
The Self-Guided Hike shirt is a remarkable garment that finds itself at the critical intersection of both the activewear and loungewear environments. Whether it be a long, tough day out on the trail, or a serene late-morning brunch, the Self-Guided Hike shirt is ideal for busy days on the move. With built-in venting, a UPF rating of 50+, odor-controlling properties, and a recycled polyester ripstop construction, this shirt is bound to be your new summer favorite.