July 28, 2014 4:03 PM ET

Textiles, Apparel and Luxury Goods

Company Overview of Patagonia, Inc.

Company Overview

Patagonia, Inc. produces sport clothing and gear for men, women, kids, and babies. It offers jackets, vests, shirts, T-shirts, sweaters, sweatshirts, pants, shorts, swimsuits, baselayer, underwear, hats, socks, shoes, wetsuits, waders, dresses, and skirts; packs and gear, such as laptop bags, messenger bags, backpacks, wheeled bags, duffel bags, and water bottles; and down jackets and vests, rain jackets, fleeces, books, and used clothing and gear. The company also provides clothing and gear for snowboarding, hiking/trekking, travel, alpine climbing, fly fishing, rock climbing, snowboarding, surfing, trail running, and skiing. Patagonia, Inc. serves athletes, travelers, and adventurers. It s...

259 West Santa Clara Street

Ventura, CA 93001

United States

Founded in 1973





Key Executives for Patagonia, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer
Managing Director
Member of R&D Team
Vice President of Marketing
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Patagonia, Inc. Key Developments

Patagonia, Inc. Announces Executive Changes

Patagonia, Inc. announced that Rose Marcario, CEO of Patagonia Works will also assume the role of President and CEO of Patagonia. Prior to serving as the CEO of Patagonia Works, Marcario served as Patagonia's COO and CFO. Casey Sheahan will step down as CEO of Patagonia, Inc., effective February 7, 2014.

Patagonia, Inc. Hires Joy Howard as New Vice President of Marketing, Effective September 23, 2013

Patagonia, Inc. announced the addition of Joy Howard to its senior management team as vice president of marketing, effective September 23, 2013. In her new role, Howard will lead the development and execution of global marketing across all sales channels and communication platforms for Patagonia, as well as for the wider portfolio of Patagonia initiatives in food and media, and new brand extensions. In her most-recent role as Nike's vice president of marketing for Converse All Star, she led marketing for an iconic footwear franchise and beloved youth culture brand.

Patagonia Inc. Announces Opening of its Worn Wear Section in Seattle

Patagonia Inc. announced the opening of its Worn Wear(TM) section as part of the Common Threads Partnership. The Worn Wear(TM) section is now open in four locations across the U.S. to include Portland, Seattle, Palo Alto and Chicago (Lincoln Park). Customers can now purchase used Patagonia items from any of the four locations and continue to receive credit for bringing in their clothing for resale. Items accepted for trade-in include Patagonia shells, fleece, down and synthetic insulation, and ski and alpine pants. Clothing must be clean and in good condition, and customers can earn trade-in credit valued at 50% of the price of the item which will then be sold through the store's Common Threads Worn Wear(TM) section.

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