Patagonia Gear Is Marked Down Up to 50 Percent Off Right Now

Save big on past season jackets, sweaters, and more for men, women, and children.

Red baby bunting, backpack, and yellow puffer jacket from Patagonia

Rain jackets, children’s clothing, and packs are all reduced right now.

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When it comes to durable, outdoor-ready duffle bags, Patagonia is one of AFAR’s go-to luggage brands. But Patagonia makes so much more than luggage. And as this environmentally conscious outdoor gear company makes room for its new spring styles, Patagonia’s Winter Sale page is filling up with all sorts of fresh deals on gear from its Fall 2023 collection—and earlier.

Right now you can save up to 50 percent on some of our favorite travel gear—including backpacks, packable puffer jackets, and more. The sale runs through January 29, but select colors and sizes are going quickly so it’s best to nab these deals while you can. (Remember, you can also buy secondhand products for a discount through Patagonia’s Worn Wear program if you’d like to cut down consumption of new items.) Shop the entire sale at, or keep scrolling to see our curated picks.

Patagonia backpack in blue, tan, and buff with red straps

The Patagonia Fieldsmith Lid Pack 28L in the patchwork Coriander Brown color

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Patagonia Fieldsmith Lid Pack 28L

A great personal item, the 28-liter Fieldsmith has just enough room to carry everything you need without weighing you down. The top-entry main compartment can fit larger items—including a 15-inch laptop—plus there are zippered exterior front and lid pockets for easy access to smaller items. Made with recycled polyester, this pack comes in four colors and patterns.

The Recycled Wool-Blend Sweater in Salvaged Sweater Grey, a pullover

The Recycled Wool-Blend Sweater in Salvaged Sweater Grey

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Patagonia Recycled Wool-Blend Sweater

This cozy crew neck gets major points from reviewers for its warmth without the itchiness thanks to its blend of 70 percent recycled wool and 26 percent recycled nylon. It’s on sale in one colorful pattern, plus three neutral shades of gray, brown, and dark green that will go with everything in your suitcase. Though it’s categorized as a men’s sweater, it really is a unisex design, as many women in the reviews attest to.

Patagonia Down Sweater Jacket in Cosmic Gold, with zip front and collar

The Patagonia Women’s Down Sweater Jacket in Cosmic Gold

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Patagonia Down Sweater Jacket

If you’re looking for a packable travel jacket insulated with down, the Patagonia Down Sweater Jacket is made with 800-fill-power Advanced Global Traceable Down. That means its goose down has been certified by NSF International to help ensure that the birds supplying it are not force-fed or live-plucked. And its durable shell fabric is made of recycled nylon ripstop derived from recycled fishing nets. Select colors and sizes are marked down 40 percent currently for men, women, children, and babies.

Patagonia Hi-Loft Down Sweater Bunting in bright red

Patagonia’s Hi-Loft Infant Down Sweater Bunting in Touring Red

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Patagonia Infant Hi-Loft Down Sweater Bunting

The daughter of AFAR editor at large Laura Dannen Redman practically lived in her Patagonia down bunting through four months of rain, snow, and sleet (“like she was a tiny postal worker”). Redman says it was perfect for playing in the snow, even without boots—the foldover mitts and foot coverings did the job. “I was surprised by how comfortable she seemed in less frigid temps,” Redman says. “It is down, so keep that in mind if your kids have a hint of an allergy.” It’s made with a recycled nylon shell and recycled down (reclaimed from other down products).

The Men's Torrentshell 3L Rain Jacket in Obsidian Plum, with turquoise

The Men’s Torrentshell 3L Rain Jacket in the Obsidian Plum color combination

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Patagonia Torrentshell 3L Rain Jacket

Select colors and limited sizes of the men’s Torrentshell 3L rain jacket are marked down up to 50 percent right now. Not only is it lightweight, but this jacket can also be stuffed in its left pocket so you can pack the jacket down to the size of a Kindle when you don’t need it. The Torrentshell 3L is made with recycled nylon ripstop and a durable water repellent coating that does not contain perfluorinated chemicals. Plus, it has pit-zips for ventilation—a must when hiking in rainy conditions.

This article was originally published in 2023; it was updated on January 22, 2024, with current sale information.

Lyndsey Matthews is the senior commerce editor at AFAR who covers travel gear, packing advice, and points and loyalty.
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