Patagonia is a region in South America. Patagonia is also a company that makes some of the best jackets, clothing, packs, and footwear on the planet earth. I'm going to talk about the second one here. If you want to know about the first one, there are some great articles out there; they're just not here. I recommend reading about the Magellanic Penguins. Anyway. You're not going to want to miss Patagonia Jackets. You'll find a Patagonia jacket for just about every activity under the sun. Climb in a wind resistant, water resistant softshell jacket like the Patagonia Guide. Pack a waterproof Patagonia jacket, like the Patagonia Torrentshell or Patagonia Rain Shadow, on your next weekend backpacking trip just in case some wicked storms blow in.
Comfy and versatile, Patagonia clothing will take you from the trails to the sofa, no problem. Check out snuggly Patagonia pullovers, for example. Patagonia zip pullovers are available in like a billion styles, colors and fabrics (a billion is a rough estimate). A total crowd favorite is the Patagonia Re-Tool Pullover. This fleece pullover is made of high-pile fleece for ultra warmth, and is ultra compressible to fit in your pack on a day hike. For a lighter weight fleece pullover or jacket, the Patagonia R1 is the way to go. The R1 fleece pullover great alone on cooler days, or under a shell as a layering piece.
It's not all pullovers and jackets at Patagonia. Check out Patagonia pants and Patagonia shorts to wear on your lower half, and Patagonia Vests, Patagonia shirts, Patagonia sweaters, and Patagonia hoodies to wear on your upper half. Send me an IM if you need clarification on the whole upper half, lower half thing. You'll even find even has performance Patagonia Underwear, Patagonia Swimwear, and Patagonia Footwear. Those things go on your upper half and lower half, depending.
A commitment to environmental stewardship lies at the core of Patagonia's company philosophy. I happen to think that's pretty cool. Check out Patagonia Capilene long underwear, for example. These warm when wet, quick-drying baselayers are made with recycled polyester, and are 100% recyclable once they wear out. Capilene garments can be recycled through Patagonia's very own Common Threads Recycling Program, where they take your old, worn out Patagonia fleece, Capilene, Polartec® fleece, and cotton tees and recycle them to make new Patagonia garments. I told you it was cool.