Patagonia WorkWear is our 2018 Title Sponsor

Patagonia, the clothing company often associated with surfers and rock climbers, has stepped up to become to Title Sponsor of the Best Horse Practices Summit.

Kudos, Patagonia!

Partnering with the BHP Summit will allow Patagonia to highlight its fast-growing WorkWear line and introduce its barn coats and Western snap shirts to our hard-working, horse owning audience.

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Bryan Neubert dons the Patagonia Ranch Jacket at last year’s Summit. Photo by Paul Fleming

WorkWear products are made with Iron Forge Hemp Canvas, 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 the cotton duck canvas you see in Carhartt jackets.

“We want to put WorkWear in the hands of people who will test it, challenge it, appreciate its utility, and generally wear the sh*t out of it,” said Chris Gaggia, marketing manager.

Warwick Schiller wear the Patagonia Barn Coat during his arena presentations.
Photo by Paul Fleming

“The Summit offers us a great audience. Riders, clinicians, ranchers, and vets – they are outside, working hard in the elements every day,” continued Gaggia. “WorkWear is perfectly suited to the demands of the Summit presenters and attendees.”

At the Summit, attendees will be able to see, touch, try, and take home an excellent selection including:

Women’s Long Sleeved Western Snap Shirts

Iron Forge Hemp Canvas Barn Coat

Iron Forge Hemp Canvas Ranch Jacket

and much more!

Read our Barn Coat review here

Summit Director Maddy Butcher wears Patagonia’s Barn Coat at the 2017 Summit. Photo by Paul Fleming

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