PATAGONIA BARELY BAGGIES SHORTS - 2 1/2" - PRODUCT OVERVIEW
The Patagonia Barely Baggies Shorts - 2 1/2" has a lower rise and shorter inseam than the originals, and are made of NetPlus 100% postconsumer recycled nylon made from recycled fishing nets to help reduce ocean plastic pollution. Inseam is 2 1/2".
PATAGONIA BARELY BAGGIES SHORTS - 2 1/2" INCH FEATURES & TECHNOLOGY
Fabrics: 4-ply, 4.9-oz NetPlus® 100% postconsumer recycled nylon faille made from recycled fishing nets to help reduce ocean plastic pollution; with a PFC-free DWR finish (durable water repellent coating that does not contain perfluorinated chemicals)
Made of NetPlus® 100% postconsumer recycled nylon faille made from recycled fishing nets to help reduce ocean plastic pollution; with a PFC-free DWR finish (durable water repellent coating that does not contain perfluorinated chemicals) that sheds light moisture
Covered elastic waistband with inner drawcord
Side-entry pockets with polyester mesh for drainage
Right-front pocket has elastic key loop
Shorts have hidden top-entry mesh pocket
Side slits on each leg
Our values reflect those of a business started by a band of climbers and surfers, and the minimalist style they promoted.
Build the best product
Our criteria for the best product rests on function, reparability, and, foremost, durability. Among the most direct ways we can limit ecological impacts is with goods that last for generations or can be recycled so the materials in them remain in use. Making the best product matters for saving the planet.
Cause no unnecessary harm
We know that our business activity—from lighting stores to dyeing shirts—is part of the problem. We work steadily to change our business practices and share what we’ve learned. But we recognize that this is not enough. We seek not only to do less harm, but more good.
Use business to protect nature
The challenges we face as a society require leadership. Once we identify a problem, we act. We embrace risk and act to protect and restore the stability, integrity and beauty of the web of life.
Not bound by convention
Our success—and much of the fun—lies in developing new ways to do things.