The Most Value-For-Money Patagonia Clothes For Your Outdoor Trips

by Carissa Wong
FITNESS  |  March 21, 2019
  • Eliminate the packing stress from outdoor adventures by getting your essentials from Patagonia
    1 / 11 Eliminate the packing stress from outdoor adventures by getting your essentials from Patagonia

    Going on a special outdoor trip? You’ll have to pack the right clothes to stay comfortable and protected.

    To save you the trouble of scrolling (or thumbing) through thousands of apparel, check out our shortlist of essential pieces from Patagonia, one of the most popular brands for outdoor clothing. All are available at Zalora.

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  • Patagonia Active Mesh Bra ($68.90)
    2 / 11 Patagonia Active Mesh Bra ($68.90)

    Where to buy: Zalora

    A good day out starts with the base layer – your bra. It is key that your bra is supportive enough for your playtime but still soft and comfortable to wear all day. This Patagonia bra ticks all the boxes – plus, it can double up as a bikini top.

    (Also read: 11 High Support Sports Bras for Bigger Busts and HIIT Sessions)

    Photo: Zalora

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  • Patagonia Fleur Tank Top ($66)
    3 / 11 Patagonia Fleur Tank Top ($66)

    Where to buy: Zalora

    Hot summer trips make you want to run around in as little clothing as possible. While you can do that at beaches, it’s a different story altogether when you’re in the forest. The solution? Throw on a light and easy tank top. It’ll deter bugs from crawling on you and protect you from the rugged outdoor environment.

    (Also read: 10 Pretty Sports Bras You Wouldn’t Mind Showing Off)

    Photo: Zalora

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  • Patagonia Cap Daily Graphic T-Shirt ($68.90)
    4 / 11 Patagonia Cap Daily Graphic T-Shirt ($68.90)

    Where to buy: Zalora

    You can’t go wrong with a plain tee. This one’s special because it has a permanent odour control function that lets sweat evaporate quickly. Plus, the shirt is constructed with fair trade-certified sewing.

    (Also read: This Locally-Made T-Shirt Doubles as a Fitness Wearable)

    Photo: Zalora

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  • Patagonia Long Sleeve Fjord Flannel Shirt ($120)
    5 / 11 Patagonia Long Sleeve Fjord Flannel Shirt ($120)

    Where to buy: Zalora

    Going somewhere with a colder climate? Opt for a thin flannel like this. It’s a versatile piece that keeps the heat, cold, and sun away. It also protects you from dust and sand. When you’re not wearing it, tie the sleeves around your waist for a sporty casual look.

    (Also read: How to Layer Your Clothes in Hot Weather)

    Photo: Zalora

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  • Patagonia Stretch Rainshadow Jacket ($268)
    6 / 11 Patagonia Stretch Rainshadow Jacket ($268)

    Where to buy: Zalora

    For an added layer of protection, get a thin jacket. This multi-purpose piece can be used during the day and night. The jacket can be easily folded and it doesn’t take up much space in your bag.

    (Also read: 10 Best Track Jackets to Look Sporty Chic Like Gigi Hadid)

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  • Patagonia Cotton Quilt Snap-T Pullover ($201)
    7 / 11 Patagonia Cotton Quilt Snap-T Pullover ($201)

    Where to buy: Zalora

    To stay warm in colder weather, pull on a big sweater. This particular piece has a soft quilted design and a high neckline for comfort. The front button fastening makes it versatile for different weathers, and the chest pocket lets you chuck small essentials.

    (Also read: Here’s How You Should Shop for a Sweater According to Your Body Type)

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  • Patagonia Down Sweater ($309)
    8 / 11 Patagonia Down Sweater ($309)

    Where to buy: Zalora

    Winter calls for a thick coat, but no one wants to travel with a big bulky jacket. This lightweight down sweater is water-repellent, windproof, and will make you feel toasty thanks to the hand-warming pockets and snug fit. Both internal and external pockets have zippers to keep your items safe.

    (Also read: 10 Tips To Packing For A Multi-Season Trip)

    Photo: Zalora

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  • Patagonia Nine Trails Shorts ($88)
    9 / 11 Patagonia Nine Trails Shorts ($88)

    Where to buy: Zalora

    Breezy board shorts are great for running, walking, and lazing by the beach. This pair has two side pockets, a back pocket, and an elasticised waistband for maximum comfort. Avoid wearing this to a forested area though, unless you plan to feed the mosquitoes.

    (Also read: 12 Flattering High-Waisted Shorts That Will Help You Look Slimmer)

    Photo: Zalora

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  • Patagonia Centered Crop Pants ($93)
    10 / 11 Patagonia Centered Crop Pants ($93)

    Where to buy: Zalora

    For comfort and flexibility, leggings are your best bet. They can be worn in the heat or layered under jeans in cold weather. A cropped pair like this will provide maximum freedom of movement while keeping you warm. And no complaints about the fun patterns.

    (Also read: 10 Printed Leggings To Wear At Your Next Workout)

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  • Patagonia Ahnya Pants ($106)
    11 / 11 Patagonia Ahnya Pants ($106)

    Where to buy: Zalora

    Get comfy with a pair of sweatpants. Though you can get sweats just about anywhere, these are a good pick because of their sustainability and functionality. They feature two handy side pockets and a drawstring for easy adjustment.

    (Also read: 10 Pretty Sweatpants You Can Wear Out Of The Gym)

    Photo: Zalora

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