Working Class Heroes Spotlights Key Patagonia Pieces in Outdoor Editorial

The WCH lads have been donating 1% of all Patagonia revenue towards Yvon Chouinard’s 1% For The Planet, putting the money to good use in the local area.

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Cumbria-based retailer Working Class Heroes returns with its latest in-house lookbook, this time focusing on California’s very own, Patagonia.

Founded to supply climbers with high-performance gear, Patagonia is best known for its outdoor jackets, fleece hoodies and vests which are inspired by solo sports such as climbing, surfing, skiing and snowboarding, fly fishing, and trail running. Renowned for its quality, style and sustainability, the brand remains popular as ever among dedicated outdoor enthusiasts and active city-dwellers alike, catering to pretty much everyone, everywhere.

Notable outerwear pieces include the Isthmus Anorak, which is has been constructed from lightweight and weather-resistant 100% post-consumer recycled nylon and the Torrentshell 3L Jacket, a classic from Patagonia which is enhanced for complete water resistance via a waterproofH2No® Performance Standard shell. 

Elsewhere, the brand’s SynchillaSnap-T Fleece Pullover also catches the eye, along with footwear options that have been provided this week by New Balance and emerging footwear label, Wild Bunch.

For the past three years, the WCH lads have been donating 1% of all Patagonia revenue towards Yvon Chouinard’s 1% For The Planet, where the money is then used to restore and maintain the Lake District’s natural forests.  

You can cop the full Patagonia collection via the Working Class Heroes webstore now – get a closer look at the shots below.


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