The manliest of men wear Patagonia clothes. That may or may not include you. Either the manly-man thing or Patagonia clothing wearing parts. I'm a girl, so it's pretty hard to be a manly-man. My beard is non-existent, and I'm not the best with a wrench. The beard and wrench things are pretty important to being a manly-man. So is wearing Patagonia men's clothing. I'll talk about that now.
Strapping lads and manly-men alike appreciate Patagonia men's pants. What, with their quick-drying materials, and comfortable cuts. Check out men's Patagonia performance pants, softshell pants, and waterproof pants. Seriously, there's a Patagonia pant for just about any weather conditions the sky can throw at you during your hike or climb.
Tests confirm what everyone basically already knew: Patagonia men's shirts make you more awesome. Get totally awesome with men's Patagonia pullovers, Patagonia long sleeve shirts, and short sleeve tees. You can choose from performance shirts or casual shirts, too. Just in case you need to go under cover as casual-guy. Patagonia men's sweatshirts, like Patagonia hoodies, pullovers, and zip sweatshirts, will keep you warm by insulating your awesome so it doesn't escape. While the thermal properties of awesome have not yet been studied fully, I'm pretty sure this is important.
I've also been told by certain men-folk in the know that manly-men do, sometimes, get cold. There's no proof, and I wouldn't spread it around if I were you, but that's not the real point. The point is that if it was possible for manly-men to get cold, they could easily remedy that with Patagonia long underwear. Men's Patagonia long underwear is available in soft, comfortable Merino wool which keeps on insulating, even when it's wet. You'll also find Patagonia Capilene long underwear, made from recycled and recyclable, odor controlling polyester Capilene.