Patagonia clothing company has hidden election message for customers


Tourists leave the Patagonia outdoor clothing shop in Vail, Colorado.

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The outdoor clothing company Patagonia has come up with a unique way of encouraging its customers to voice their concerns about the environment: A label with “Vote the a–holes out” is being woven into some of its new shorts.

Outlander Magazine was first to report the news, posting a weekend tweet highlighting the activist message. A Patagonia spokesperson, Tessa Byers, confirmed to NBC News that its 2020 “Men’s and Women’s Road to Regenerative” organic stand-up shorts contain the message underneath the inside tag.

“We have been standing up to climate deniers for almost as long as we’ve…


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