Where can I buy Patagonia? Find the latest selection of Patagonia in-store or online at Nordstrom. Shipping is always free and returns are accepted at any location. In-store pickup and alterations services available. What does Patagonia sell? Key Takeaways Patagonia is an apparel retailer known for its upscale outdoor clothing and various environmental sustainability efforts. The company continues to grow by offering products that are designed to last. Patagonia announced in 2017 that it would give merchandise credits for used apparel. Where is Patagonia clothing made? Patagonia (clothing) The company was founded by Yvon Chouinard in 1973, and is based in Ventura, California. After going bankrupt in 1989, the company split into Black Diamond Equipment, selling climbing gear, and the current Patagonia company that sells soft goods. Its logo is the outline of Mount Fitz Roy in Patagonia, South America. Who owns Patagonia clothing company? Yvon Chouinard is the founder and owner of Patagonia, Inc., based in Ventura, California. He began in business by designing, manufacturing, and distributing rock climbing equipment in the late 1950s. What is Patagonia famous for? Patagonia is famous for its unique wildlife, with animals ranging from the red Culpeo fox and the friendly guanaco to the rarely sighted puma. How much are Patagonia pullovers? Patagonia Girls' Re-Tool Snap-T Fleece Pullover. $99.00. Shipping Available. ADD TO CART. Patagonia Women's Seabrook Full Zip Hoodie. $89.00. Limited Stock to Ship. ADD TO CART. Patagonia Women's Woolyester Fleece Jacket. Is Patagonia a plateau? Patagonia. Patagonia, semiarid scrub plateau that covers nearly all of the southern portion of mainland Argentina. With an area of about 260,000 square miles (673,000 square kilometres), it constitutes a vast area of steppe and desert that extends south from latitude 37° to 51° S. It is bounded, approximately. What happened to Patagonia shoes? ROCKFORD, MI -- Wolverine Worldwide plans to stop producing Patagonia Footwear. The company recently decided to end its licensing agreement with Patagonia, the clothing and equipment line started by Yvon Chouinard, a fervent environmentalist who has been the poster boy of green business.