Patagonia to outfit BHP Summit presenters

Patagonia, the clothing company characteristically associated with surfers and rock climbers, has chosen the Summit as a vehicle for introducing its fall WorkWear line. It’ll be outfitting BHPS presenters with its new Iron Forge Hemp Canvas Barn Coats and colorful Western Snap shirts.

Stay tuned for reviews and details later this week.

Visit the Patagonia WorkWear landing page here. 

“We wanted to put WorkWear in the hands of people who will test it, challenge it, and appreciate its utility,” said Chris Gaggia, marketing manager. “Riders, ranchers, working cowboys, and clinicians – they are outside, working hard in the elements every day. WorkWear is well-suited to the demands of the Summit presenters and attendees.”

Iron Forge Hemp Canvas is made of 55 percent hemp, 27 percent recycled polyester, and 18 percent organic cotton.  The material is supple but tough. Third-party testing has shown that the fabric is 25 percent more abrasion-resistant than cotton duck canvas like you see in Carhartt jackets.

2 comments


  • Marjorie

    I am thrilled that Patagonia is getting into horse wear clothing. I can’t wait to see what you’ve come up with.

    July 31, 2017
  • Joshua Butler

    I can’t wait to see Patagonia’s new line. I wear their clothes when Im out hiking and wear my carhartt stuff when working doing ranch work. I have always like Patagonia’s philosophy it will be cool to see what they come up with for us horse people.

    July 30, 2017

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