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From a focus on employee well-being with great work perks to their commitment to sustainability, Patagonia has long been one of those brands that does good whenever possible. They make some of the best outdoor clothing and gear, but their products aren’t exactly what we would consider cheap. Until now. Patagonia is selling used clothing through their new Worn Wear program and it’s mostly very affordable. The flagship brand for the “buy less, but better” movement wants you to be able to pick up a used Reversible Bivy Down Vest for $120, a Dirt Craft Jacket for $60, or a Karstens Vest for $40, along with the pages and pages of other clothing and gear you’ll find in the Worn Wear shop. Their commitment to sustainability doesn’t end there; they also included a full Repair & Care section that will teach you how to properly care for your outerwear. But wait, there’s more! Should you ever grow tired of your current Patagonia gear you can trade it in at your local store for credit to buy things full-price from Patagonia or used from Worn Wear.

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