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Patagonia Belts, Gloves & Scarves

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      Patagonia

      $29.00

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      Patagonia

      $39.00

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When it comes to preparing for an outdoor adventure, true innovation lies in the details. Sure, everyone knows you need a high-quality ski jacket before you hit the slopes, and hitting the surf in the early morning is best done with a wetsuit, but what about all those accessories that make the journey pleasant?

As you head out to explore your favorite part of the world, don’t forget to take your Patagonia gloves, scarves, belts and other accessories along for the ride. They might not be the flashiest pieces of equipment you’ll ever own, but these items tend to make a big difference once you hit the trail.

Patagonia Accessories Take You Further



Although Patagonia is most known for its backpacks and climbing gear like heavy-duty jackets and performance wear, the company has long been providing high-end accessories to complement any outdoor adventure.

In fact, one look at the Tech Web Belt, and you’ll see where the company’s ingenuity comes into play. This simple web belt with an aluminum buckle looks basic enough, but with a built-in bottle opener and quick-drying polyester that can double as an emergency lash strap, this Patagonia belt does triple duty.

For just as much resourcefulness in Patagonia scarves, look for options like the Micro D Gaiter or this moisture-wicking Sun Mask. What look like (and act as) squares of fabric for holding back your hair or adding an extra layer of warmth are actually detailed pieces of equipment that are designed for use in the most extreme temperatures. Versatile, breathable, and functional, you’ll wonder how you ever got by without them.

When you purchase Patagonia gear, you aren’t just getting an article of clothing – you’re buying equipment that’s been engineered and designed for the toughest treks. Push harder and succeed more. The right equipment will take you there.

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