LET’S CUT to the chase: Patagonia makes some of the best menswear essentials because 1) they look great 2) they’re built to last 3) they’re easy on the environment. One downside to shopping at Patagonia: quality gear comes at a premium price tag. But fret not. Patagonia constantly replenishes its Web Specials, a clearance section of fleece jackets, spring pants, and more outdoor staples, with discounts of up to 50% off.
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In other words, Patagonia’s evergreen sales come in clutch if you’re trying to restock your spring wardrobe, especially now that we’re all heading back outside. Among the doorbuster deals: the ROS Rock Pant, a perennial favorite among avid hikers; the Classic Retro-X Jacket; and the Nano Puff Vest, which is hands-down one of our favorite layering outerwear for shoulder season. And yeah, Patagonia’s clearance section is technically made up of last season’s styles, but this being Patagonia, most of these pieces are meant to be worn all-year round. That’s especially true these days, when we’re constantly dressing for unpredictable temps. Patagonia’s outerwear is easy to throw on and off, can protect you from the elements, and look great in the woods and in the city.
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And if you want to find even more Patagonia deals, check out Backcountry’s sale, which feature markdowns on the Performance Twill Pant (a business casual staple), All-Wear Hemp Short, and its lightweight T-shirts, all of which are reliable duds once temps start to really heat up. So if you’re stocking up on reliable spring clothes on the low, these Patagonia deals have you covered.
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Deputy Editor, Commerce
As Men’s Health’s Deputy Editor, Commerce, Christian Gollayan oversees all shopping content on menshealth.com. He relocated back to New York by way of Portland, where he was the Associate Managing Editor at TheManual.com. Christian’s work has also been featured in InStyle, Food & Wine, the New York Post, and Tatler Asia.
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