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Patagonia drops new products, including updated Dirt Roamer shorts & recycled T-shirts

Patagonia has just launched several new products for the outdoor adventurer always looking for new and better gear. The products include a redesign of the…

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Patagonia has just launched several new products for the outdoor adventurer always looking for new and better gear.

The products include a redesign of the popular Dirt Roamer shorts, seen in the video below. T-shirts made from recyclable materials, shorts for trail running, and rain jackets free from industrial chemicals round out the lineup.

Patagonia also offers new packs, some for trail runs and others for alpine outings. Let’s dig into the details. Dirt Roamer Shorts redesign

For the latest edition of the Dirt Roamers , Patagonia made these mountain-bike shorts to be durble (with low-bulk, no-stitch welded seams and four-way stretch fabric), and lightweight at 159 grams (claimed, no size specified). They have a contoured fit, a 12 ½” inseam, and cost $120.

Patagonia builds the Dirt Roamer with a 4 oz. 90-denier 86% recycled polyester/14% spandex fabric with a durable water-repellent (DWR) finish.

Patagonia says the shorts work best when paired with the Dirt Roamer Liner Shorts, which sell for $90. They feature recycled material and Fair Trade Certified sewing. You can find them in both men’s and women’s options.

Other new additions to the Dirt Roamer category include the Dirt Roamer 3L Waist Pack ($70) and Dirt Roamer 20L Pack ($150). Designed for stability and storage on the trail, they also feature Patagonia’s regulator air mesh to keep hotspots from starting.The Dirt Roamer Waist Pack. All photos c. Patagonia Tee-Cycle and Responsibili-Tees With the Tee-Cycle, Patagonia starts a new program that upcycles old T-shirts into “new” products using a product called […]

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