Patagonia is a privately-held American Outdoor Gear and Clothing company founded in 1973 by Yvon Chouinard. Based in Ventura, California they designs, market and sells outdoor clothing and accessories and are regarded as one of the most environmentally friendly outdoor company.
Patagonia owner Yvon Chouinard named the company after a mountainous region of Chile and Argentina in South America where he spent time at.
The logo is the skyline of Cerro Fitz Roy in Patagonia, a sparsely populated region located at the southern end of South America, shared by Argentina and Chile.
How To Get Free Patagonia Stickers
Fortunately there is more than one way to get free Patagonia stickers. Here they are;
Get Stickers From Amazon
You can find Patagonia stickers for sale on Amazon. Checkout some of the stickers below;
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Fill Out A Patagonia Sticker Request Form
You can get Patagonia stickers free by completing the sticker request form (U.S. and Canadian residents only
Fill out the Patagonia request a sticker form here. Do note that sticker requests are limited to one request every four months per person. You will receive 2 stickers, chosen at random from a variety of designs.
You can also request a Free Patagonia Catalog using the link above.
Give Them A Call
Don’t want to fill the form or get Patagonia Stickers from Amazon? No worries!
You can call the toll free number 1-800-638-6464 and request your stickers. Like filling out the Patagonia sticker request form, you receive a Patagonia sticker pack with 2 stickers, chosen at random
As you’ll see Patagonia offers stickers with various themes so there’s always a fresh theme of stickers to get…Unless you already have all Patagonia stickers, If so Good Job :).
Did You Know
You can return your used Patagonia merchandise to your local store and exchange it for merchandise credits that can be used for a new item. The used merchandise gets cleaned and repaired and sold on their “Worn Wear” website.
Keeping old items out of landfill: Just another way Patagonia helps the environment.