Spring Into the Outdoors With Patagonia, Nau & REI

The scent of spring is in the Northern Hemisphere air and outdoors company want their customers out there enjoying it. So they've begun rolling out new tempters. Patagonia have their spring line happening and it includes pieces like these Women's Minimalist II Board Shorts, made from 100% recycled polyester and recyclable through their Common Threads Recycling Program.

Nau have a new recycled polyester garment too. The 2.5 layer Succinctshell waterproof/breathable jacket that weighs a scant 12.6oz (355g), as well as a rather curious women's dress, known as the Chrysalis.

Psst! TreeHugger has been nominated for two Bloggy Awards—Best Topical Weblog and Best Group Weblog. Please vote vote for us us now! (Hint: To find us, scroll toward the bottom of the page.) Thanks!From Recreational Equipment, Inc. (REI) comes news that their Eastern Region Distribution Center did indeed attain the LEED-Silver certification that they were expecting. Plus they now have plans to open another prototype green retail store in Round Rock, Texas. They'll expand on the experience of the first such store, which opened late last year in Boulder, Colorado. And for the eleventh consecutive year REI have scored themselves a place in Fortune Magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work for in America." This time they came in 34th.

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