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Learn How to Repair Your Clothes with Patagonia and iFixit

Cait Emma

Broken zipper, lost button, torn sleeve ... a lot of unfortunate things can happen to your favorite clothes. But before you get worked up—work with your needle. Patagonia & iFixit.com are proud to announce their new partnership! They have published an official series of free repair guides for Patagonia garments and gear—in an effort to reduce our ecological footprint and encourage everyone to repair what's old, instead of buying whats new.

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    This collaboration is genius! I hope to see businesses doing more stuff like this. Any plans to work with others this way?

    • Cait Emma

      Thank you! We really appreciate everyone's support! Patagonia has been our big focus for the holiday season, but we have also teamed up with amazing organizations like Lifewater International [www.lifewater.org] and schools like California Polytechnic State University. However, we are always looking to invest in collaborative opportunities—so feel free to contact me with any ideas for projects and partnerships!