What Patagonia jacket do I have?

Each Patagonia product has a unique five-digit style number printed on the white tag stitched into the garment. It will have STY, ITEM or STYLE in front of the number, and sometimes it will have letters and numbers behind it—those denote the season and year it was made. So, the tag might say: STY54321FA18.

Does Patagonia use YKK zippers?

One thing to note is that for a few years Patagonia used a #4 YKK Vislon zipper on their down jackets, which is a really hard size to find now. YKK might not even produce it anymore. If that’s the case, you’d need to replace both sides of the zipper with a different sized zipper.

Is Patagonia made in China?

Of the 43 factories we currently contract with to make Patagonia products, 13 are in China and nine are in the U.S. (Click here and scroll to the bottom left of the page for the entire list.) … Our new fishing crampons are made in Ventura, California, not far from Patagonia headquarters.

Are there fake Patagonia sites?

These sites are run by scammers who will charge your credit card and then either: send you nothing, send you counterfeit Patagonia product or send you some totally unrelated cheap product. … The only authorized dealers that use “patagonia” in their URL are: patagoniabend.com. patagoniaburlington.com.

What is a CA number on clothing?

The CA Identification Number is an identification number obtained by applying to the Competition Bureau. This identification number, commonly referred to as “CA Number”, is registered for the exclusive use of a Canadian dealer on the label of a consumer textile article in place of a name and postal address.

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Why is Patagonia so trendy?

Patagonia’s clothing is inseparable from its aggressive environmental advocacy. It led the outdoor industry in using recycled nylon and polyester fabrics, and Patagonia’s chilled-out vintage vibe is rooted in the idea that its clothes are built to last for years, not just seasons.