Sustainable and fairly produced outdoor clothing is the trademark of Patagonia. Since its founding in 1973, respect for nature and the resources at our disposal has been a guiding principle in everything Patagonia does. Leading by example, the brand always sets new standards in terms of responsible outdoor clothing. In the 90s, before sustainable practices became widespread, Patagonia shifted its production completely to using organic cotton and recycled plastic bottles to make new clothes. Within the company and along the entire supply chain, the commitment to fair working conditions continues to be a clear focus. Patagonia is a founding member of the Fair Labor Association (FLA), Fair TradeTM and Bluesign® certified, and also launched the '1% for the Planet®' initiative in 2002. Our shop stocks Patagonia MTB clothing, from the super light Houdini wind jacket to the Micro Puff Hoody. High performance outdoor clothing meets trail riding fun.
Sustainability & Environmental Protection
It is Patagonia's credo to use recycled materials for the production of new clothing in order to keep the ecological footprint of the manufacturing process as low as possible. Durable materials and high-quality workmanship ensure a long life cycle, which can be further extended by a repair service.
1 % for the Planet® – Initiative
As early as 1985, Patagonia has committed to donating 1% of its annual sales to environmental organizations. In 2002, Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia, launched the 1% for the Planet® initiative. In doing so, he is pursuing the goal of establishing a greater awareness of the ecological responsibility that entrepreneurs of our time bear.
Fair Labor Association
The constant commitment to fair wages and working conditions along the entire supply chain is another strong pillar of the company. That's why Patagonia prefers to work with Fair TradeTM certified companies, and is also a founding member of the Fair Labor Association, which regularly monitors working conditions in supplier factories.