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Patagonia is a clothing company that sells outdoor clothing marketed as sustainable. The company is engaged in the manufacturing of outdoor clothing, outdoor gear, and footwear for a variety of outdoor sports like skiing, snowboarding, surfing, climbing, hiking, trail running, yoga, and many others.

HQVentura, CA, US
Employee Ratings4.3
Overall CultureB+

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Employees (est.) (Jun 2021)2,319(+2%)
Job Openings52
Revenue (FY, 2017)$1 B(+25%)
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at Patagonia

Rose Marcario

Rose Marcario

President, CEO
Doug Freeman

Doug Freeman

Cory Bayers

Cory Bayers

VP, Global Marketing
John Collins

John Collins

VP, Global Sales
Glen Morden

Glen Morden

VP, Product Innovation, Materials and Development
Cara Chacon

Cara Chacon

VP, Social & Environmental Responsibility
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Patagonia Office Locations

Patagonia has offices in Ventura and Reno
Ventura, CA, US (HQ)
259 W Santa Clara St
Reno, NV, US
8550 White Fir St
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Patagonia Financials and Metrics

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Patagonia Revenue

Patagonia's revenue was reported to be $1 b in FY, 2017 which is a 25% increase from the previous period.

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Patagonia Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

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Patagonia Environment, Social & Governance (ESG) Ratings

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Patagonia News and Updates

Inspired by Patagonia, a surf legend debuts a clothing line for adventurers

Florence Marine X is a new outdoor apparel brand from John John Florence, aiming to mix adventure and responsible consumption. Surfing legend John John Florence raised eyebrows last February when he walked away from a lucrative, multiyear contract with ubiquitous surf brand Hurley. Rumors swirled a…

Why Patagonia, Gucci, and Timberland are making a big bet on farming

Regenerative agriculture could help mitigate fashion’s destructive force on the planet. But can it move beyond a buzzword? You’ve heard about farm-to-table dining. Are you ready for farm-to-closet fashion?Read Full Story

We The Power: Patagonia Short Film Highlights Future Of Community-Owned Energy

Imagine a new paradigm in how we get (and use) energy, one in which citizens have the loudest voice, one in which renewable sources of energy are prioritized, and one in which local communities reap both social and monetary benefits. Imagine a banding together of like-minded citizens to demand a cle…

Argentina’s Shale Industry Rattled by Social Unrest in Patagonia

Argentina’s Shale Industry Rattled by Social Unrest in Patagonia

Pour one out for the tech bro uniform: Patagonia ditches corporate logos on its vests

Patagonia announced that it will no longer add corporate logos to its products. Tech and finance bros will have to find a new uniform. Sorry, tech and finance bros, you need to find yourself a new uniform. The days of wearing your trusty Patagonia vest with your company’s logo are over.Read Full St…

Patagonia CEO calls on U.S. business leaders to act on restrictive voting laws

Ryan Gellert outlines three steps American CEOs should take immediately to help protect democracy. Patagonia CEO Ryan Gellert is calling on CEOs and business leaders across America to not just speak out, but act up to protect democracy from restrictive voting laws like the election bill that passed …
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Patagonia Blogs

It’s All Home Water: The Bahamas

Roots and recovery on Abaco and Grand Bahama Islands. Every few days between April and November, a low-pressure disturbance called a tropical wave moves from the west coast of Africa to the Atlantic Ocean, where the trade winds carry it westward. Most dissipate in a matter of days or weeks, but whe…

Patagonia Joins Other Businesses, Voting Rights Groups in Calling for Senate Approval of the For The People Act

More than 70 business leaders pen letter to Senate calling for the passage of the For the People Act to protect and strengthen democracyFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Contact: Ashlynn Profit,, D.C.): Today, more than 70 of the country’s leading corporations joined When We All Vote,…

Sowing Trust

How can an organic farmer with no successor make sure the farm will end up in good hands? Paul Bickford started his search in an unexpected place. All photos by Jesse Perkins In 2015, Halee Wepking typed organic into the jobs search box on Craigslist. She found an ad that read, “I am seeking a… The…

Planting Beans in the Apocalypse

Finding ways to grow food and sow hope in a small apartment in Chicago. I picked them up, like so many other people did, on a nervous run through a ransacked supermarket, when we thought we might have to stay indoors for two weeks. Five pounds of dried black beans, small and glossy and self-contain…

Douglas Chadwick on the Nature of Nature

Wildlife biologist Douglas Chadwick has written 14 books and more than 200 articles, including National Geographic coverage that spans 35 years. In what has been called his “career-capping” book, Four-Fifths a Grizzly: A New Perspective on Nature that Just Might Save Us All (Patagonia, June 15, …

A Quest for Nature

Ashe and Christin Brown are parents to their 3-year-old daughter, Quest, whom they want to raise with an appreciation for the diversity of the natural world. All photos by Keri Oberly Ashe and Christin Brown don’t mind being noticed. “Christin has bright blue hair, and I have this giant blond Afro.…
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Patagonia Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Patagonia founded?

    Patagonia was founded in 1973.

  • Who are Patagonia key executives?

    Patagonia's key executives are Rose Marcario, Doug Freeman and Cory Bayers.

  • How many employees does Patagonia have?

    Patagonia has 2,319 employees.

  • What is Patagonia revenue?

    Latest Patagonia annual revenue is $1 b.

  • What is Patagonia revenue per employee?

    Latest Patagonia revenue per employee is $431.2 k.

  • Who are Patagonia competitors?

    Competitors of Patagonia include Amer Sports, Columbia Sportswear and Canada Goose.

  • Where is Patagonia headquarters?

    Patagonia headquarters is located at 259 W Santa Clara St, Ventura.

  • Where are Patagonia offices?

    Patagonia has offices in Ventura and Reno.

  • How many offices does Patagonia have?

    Patagonia has 2 offices.