The Patagonia Worn Wear Tour at the EWF!
The Patagonia repair team offers no-cost repair of clothing of any brand.
Repairs are on a “first-come, first-served” basis.
Professional tailors and free repairs. No matter what brand it is.
No waders or wading shoes. One item per person. First come, first served.
The clothing must be clean and freshly washed.
Helpful tips and tricks will also be shown to repair clothing yourself.
The Patagonia Worn Wear team in the courtyard of the event site is looking forward to welcoming EWF and EWF visitors!
More information about the Patagonia Worn Wear Program
Increasing the useful life of our clothing through care and repair is the most important contribution we can make in reducing our effect on the planet because then we need to purchase fewer new items and can avoid the CO2 emissions, waste, and waste water associated with their production. The British organisation WRAP determined that whoever uses their clothing only nine months longer lowers their CO2, water, and waste footprint about 20 to 30 percent simply because less is produced and less is thrown away.
The Patagonia Worn Wear Program began in 2013 in order to motivate people to care for their clothing and to repair it when necessary. Worn Wear’s objective is that clothing (regardless of manufacturer) be used as long as possible. When replacement is necessary, Patagonia recommends that the consumer invest in a durable product. That is why Patagonia makes high-quality and functional products and provides a lifetime guaranty.
Patagonia was founded in 1973 by Yvon Chouinard and has its headquarters in Ventura, California. As a certified B Corp, Patagonia commits itself to an ambitious mission statement: build the best product, harm the environment as little as possible, inspire other businesses to follow this example, and find solutions to today’s environmental crisis. The company is internationally known for its engagement for product quality and environmental protection and has, to date, provided more than 89 million US dollars in donations, both monetary and in kind.