One Badass Thing: Patagonia’s New Tags With A Message

The tags sewn into clothes are often annoying, scratching at the back of your neck or along your waistline.  But Patagonia has a tag you might not want to cut out — and it just might become a collector’s item.  Some tags, if you flip them over, say “Vote the Assholes Out.”  We think maybe they should put this message on the front of a Patagonia t-shirt where more people can see it!  You should also check out the trailer for their new documentary (produced by Robert Redford) called Public Trust that premiers next week.

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