Patagonia rep based out of SLC.
The Adze jacket is a staple of the Patagonia line, and is one of the best all around soft shell jackets. Windproof and DWR coated, it's a great technical piece or perfect for travel and every day around town in the colder months.
Really really psyched on the new Descensionist pack. Basically Patagonia took the lightweight Ascensionist climbing pack, and added an avy tool pocket and a side zip to access the main pocket. This is definitely a larger volume pack, it seems a little big for a 40L, so I used it mostly for bigger missions and stuck with a Snowdrifter 30L for everyday tours. Carries skis or a board well, and has the burlier fabric from the latest Ascensionist packs which held up well throughout the winter.
Corey from Patagonia shares his thoughts on the new Descensionist pack
These pants are awesome! Definitely my new favorites. Fit is great, slimmer but not too skinny or tight, and the fabric stretches well so you can still move. They stay fairly wrinkle free, the only time they've touched an iron is when I wore them to a friends wedding. Great for hiking and running around the mountains, or just a sweet every day pair of pants.
Corey from Patagonia shares his thoughts on the new Black Hole 30L pack.
Ned from Patagonia shares his thoughts on the new Black Hole MLC travel bag.
Chloe from Patagonia shares her thoughts on the new LW Black Hole pack from Patagonia
Chloe from Patagonia shares her thoughts on the LW Black Hole Duffel 45L
Chloe from Patagonia shares her thoughts on the new LW Black Hole Duffel
Patagonia climbing Ambassador Kelly Cordes shares his thoughts on the redesigned Ascensionist packs
Kelly Cordes shares his thoughts on the redesigned Ascensionist pack.
This is a great everyday gear bag, or nice to pack in your suitcase to have as an extra bag while travelling. I keep my mountain bike gear in it so it's easy to toss in the truck when heading out for a ride. Lighter than the regular Black Hole duffel, but still burly enough to take a beating, and it packs down fairly small into it's own pocket when it's not in use.
I have a strong affinity for any Black Hole bag or pack from Patagonia, and I was immediately psyched on the new lightweight collection. This is the first lightweight piece I snagged for myself, and I ended up using this pack more than any of my others packs last summer. It's a great hiking pack, travel pack, or I've used it quite a bit running errands or commuting on my bike as well. I like packs with lots of pockets and features typically, but this simple cinch pack is awesome in it's simplicity. Easy to open, plenty of space in the main compartment, and two zippered pockets if you need to keep something separate, or well secured. The fabric has held up just as well as the heavy duty Black Hole fabric, and barely shows any wear after almost a solid year of use.