Patagonia is a leading sustainable and eco-friendly activewear brand that offers a wide range of outdoor clothing for the whole family. Founded by a professional rock climber, Patagonia is dedicated to producing high-quality and durable activewear that is built to withstand all weather and activities.

One of the brand’s most popular products is the Houdini Wind Jacket, which is made from 100% recycled nylon and is ultralight. The jacket packs down into its own pocket, making it easy to shed layers during a workout.

Patagonia is committed to using eco-friendly materials in its products, including hemp, lyocell, recycled cotton, organic cotton, recycled nylon, recycled polyester, RDS-certified down, ethical wool, recycled wool, and even recycled spandex. The brand is also supporting the organic regenerative agriculture movement by test piloting its first-ever certification, the Regenerative Organic Certified™ program.

In terms of supply chain and labor practices, Patagonia is Fair Trade certified and a Certified B Corp. The brand scores high on Fashion Revolution’s Fashion Transparency Index for efforts like the Footprint Chronicles, which tells buyers exactly what factory each item is made in.

Patagonia is committed to reducing its carbon footprint and has implemented many sustainable practices, including using 100% organic or regenerative cotton and incorporating recycled materials into the majority of its garments. The brand’s Worn Wear program accepts unwanted Patagonia pieces, repairs them, and either re-sells or recycles them.

Patagonia is also committed to inclusivity, with women’s sizes running XXS-3XL and men’s sizes running XS-XL. The brand is working to become an anti-racism organization by employing more people of color and raising awareness.

Finally, Patagonia is a force when it comes to advocating for the planet. The brand is behind 1% for the Planet and divests its own earnings directly into it. Patagonia Action Works helps customers get involved in environmental causes as well.