The American outdoor brand hits the roads of the US in a biodiesel-powered repair shop truck, offering anyone who brings a garment from any brand in need of some mending a free fix.

As a continuation of their progressive Worn Wear initiative and clothes swapping event which we covered some time back over here, Patagonia is pushing the boundaries once again. This time the American outdoor brand hits the roads of the US in a biodiesel-powered repair shop truck, offering anyone who brings a garment from any brand in need of some mending a free fix. In addition to repairs the Worn Wear wagon tour will also be offering live music, food and drinks along with teaching mending techniques and reselling pre-owned Patagonia clothing. Apart from brilliant promotion we feel that the Worn Wear repair initiative brings an exciting outlook for the underdeveloped service/maintenance offering currently available for clothing. More here


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