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Kasey
Ventura, California
Editor of Patagonia's blog, The Cleanest Line
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Thank you, Ken. I will share your comment with the Patagonia Japan team.
She's back! https://instagram.com/p/z-_y-cE5th/
Thanks for asking Tyler. We're always looking for great spots in communities that appreciate the brand. Hopefully, we'll make it to North Carolina one of these days.
What a special friend, Eric. So sorry for your loss.
Sorry thierry, we're no longer making shoes.
http://youtu.be/AuoNJ0zUntw
Hear, hear! Well done, gentlemen. Truly inspirational.
Thanks for your interest, Jonah. If it does happen, we'll definitely spread the word on our social channels.
Thanks for this Nikki, it's appreciated.
Hi Sevina, Thanks for your interest. All of our current job openings, and the process for applying, can be found here: http://www.patagonia.com/jobs
Hi Edward, We continue to be interested in water-resistant down and committed to advanced technology developments. Encapsil has been challenging to scale from the very beginning due to the complexity of the technology, hence the limited quantities that we were able to offer in the Encapsil Down Belay Parka. We continue to work on Encapsil as well as new technologies to best serve the needs of those going into backcountry environments that have volatile weather and will continue to launch products as appropriate. Thanks for your support.
Hi JB, The best thing to do is get the Woofing Australia book as Patch had recommended above. Good luck and have fun!
Sure thing. Please email customer.service@patagonia.com with your address and sticker request and we'll get some out to you soon. Enjoy!
Toggle Commented Aug 19, 2014 on Reader Photo: Sticker Spotting at The Cleanest Line
From the editor of Paddling North: "No, it is not an accepted practice. Tin and aluminum cans can take up to 50 years to disintegrate in the ocean. We recommend that if you can pack it in, then you can pack it out. However, at the time that she was doing her trips it was believed that the cans would soon rust away. (In fact in some circles that is still believed.) Audrey strives to live her life as best she can, but she makes mistakes like everybody else."
Hi Nicole, Here's Lydia's reply to your question: "1 and a half inches in diameter and 2 feet long. We router the edges to make it softer to use and cover it with a non-toxic clear coat."
Toggle Commented Jun 24, 2014 on My New Travel Companion at The Cleanest Line
Hi Greg, We are still securing international distribution rights for DamNation. Current plans have the film releasing between August and December internationally. The following countries/regions have been confirmed with approximate release dates. Canada (November) Japan (November) South America (August–October) Latin America (August–October) Scandinavia (October) Finland (October) Sweden (October) Thanks for hanging in there while we work out the details. Hopefully, as many people as possible will get to see this film.
Hi Spencer, I'm sorry but we don't make a Cleanest Line sticker. Would you like us to send you some Patagonia stickers? Happy to.
Always appreciate the feedback Steve. I'll pass it along to the design team.
Toggle Commented Jun 2, 2014 on Stand Up for Your Favorite at The Cleanest Line
Hi Kimberly, We don't have any Cleanest Line stickers, but we'll send some Patagonia ones to you. Thanks for your support.
Hey Aron, I forwarded your question to Dan. In the meantime, here are a couple shots of his rig. http://patagonia.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8341d07fd53ef019b027b313e970c-800wi http://patagonia.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8341d07fd53ef019b027c23b0970d-800wi
Hi Marc, I checked with the fly fishing team and they said absolutely. In heavy cover you can simply choke up on the rod and employ the same tactics involved with normal tenkara, it simply shortens the rod a bit. This way, you still gain all the benefits of the longer rod when you're in more open areas or on larger water. We'll be selling the book and the rod as a kit starting March 31 on Patagonia.com. There will be three rod lengths to choose from: 8'6", 10'6" and 11'6". I hope this helps. Please feel free to email customer_service@patagonia.com if you have any more questions.
Hi Morgan, You can learn more about Patagonia sponsorship on our website. http://www.patagonia.com/us/patagonia.go?assetid=61413 Good luck and keep shredding.
Hi Jay, Temple Fork Outfitters makes the rods and YC had a hand in designing them. We'll begin selling these Tenkara rods, the Simple Fly Fishing book, and various accessories in April. We also have some free instructional videos in the works from the authors of Simple Fly Fishing. Stay tuned...
Hi Peter, We tested the DVD and, yes, it is readable in the Euro code zone.
The book (and DVD) are now available from Patagonia.com. Thanks for your patience everybody. http://www.patagonia.com/us/product/slow-is-fast-paperback-book?p=BK058-0