Cover yourself in Patagonia clothing so that you're not just wandering around naked. Wandering naked is never advisable, and is illegal in most places. Don't say I didn't warn you. Of course, no one is legally required to wear Patagonia clothes, but six out of ten judges recommend it. Patagonia has clothes for just about everybody, too. Check out women's Patagonia clothing, men's Patagonia clothing, and even kids' Patagonia clothing, and dress the whole fam for a hike in sweet Patagonia gear.
If you want to be the most comfortable human person on any given trail, check out Patagonia pants and Patagonia shorts. Patagonia zip-off trekking pants lighten your load, because they're pants and shorts in one. I think that's brilliant. Patagonia performance pants and Patagonia performance shorts will knock your socks off, but you can also find Patagonia softshell pants, Patagonia waterproof pants, and Patagonia casual pants to keep you comfortable in the wind, rain, and movie theater, respectively.
On cooler days, you'll be glad you tossed an extra layer like a Patagonia sweatshirt in your pack. Patagonia pullovers, like the R1 Fleece Pullover, are compressible, and made of recycled polyester that wick moisture and keeps you warm. Patagonia hoodies are available in snuggly Synchilla fleece, R1 fleece, recycled polyester, and organic cotton. That's a lot of fabrics for anyone, as far as fabrics go.
Patagonia Capilene is a killer baselayer for cold weather activities. And by killer I mean warm and moisture wicking, not anything scary. It's a figure of speech. Patagonia Capilene long underwear is available in several weights to keep you ready for anything: from snowy alpine climbs to a late fall fishing trip. You'll find Patagonia Capilene t-shirts, Capilene zip pullovers, Capilene long sleeve shirts, and Capilene pants for men, women, and kids.