3 Simple Steps for Patagonia Warranty Claim:

Step 1:

  • You should have an account because having an account means a lot that brings you more emails that include new products, sales, and store events. Your name, email, and password are important in the account creation.

  • You have the choice to follow up on your order by typing your order number, billing zip code, and last name, even if you are not a registered user.

Step 2:

  • Just filling out the form is sufficient for individuals who want to return the product without having an order number in hand. In the form, you will have to provide your personal, residential, and purchase details, as well as information about the items you are going to return.

  • With the order number, you may only need to fill in two fields: order number and email. You can expect them to send free exchanges for your return. Patagonia may take up to 10 weeks to complete the repair services.

Step 3:

  • The help center is a single pathway to all departments. It would be easy for you to go through that page. It even provides solutions for gift cards and merchandise credit queries.

  • They can be reached via chat, Facebook, or X (formerly known as Twitter). They are available during fixed hours on all contacting platforms.

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     with our agent or Raise a Ticket with Warranty Valet® to get hassle-free claim assistance!

Email Support

customer_service@patagonia.com

For further info, Kindly Get in touch with them via this email.

Phone Number

1-800-638-6464

Mon-Fri: 6am - 6pm, Sat & Sun: 7am - 3pm (PT)

Contact Address

259 W Santa Clara St,
Ventura, CA-93001,
USA.

What is covered under the Patagonia Warranty?

The warranty applies to products that exhibit signs of failure under regular use. Items covered by the warranty are repaired at no cost. The company is always open to assessing your item(s) and is committed to delivering quality repairs and alterations whenever feasible and possible.

  • Ironclad Guarantee

What is NOT covered under the Patagonia Warranty?

The warranty becomes void under certain circumstances, such as when repairs are conducted by an unauthorized repair shop, resulting in damage to the suit. Additionally, products classified as "used," "second hand," or "irregular" (sold with defects) are not covered by the warranty. The warranty does not extend to products used in commercial operations, wetsuit rental, teaching, or instructional programs or activities. It's important to address fit issues before using the wetsuit, as any fit-related problems that arise after use will not be covered by the warranty. Fit issues should be resolved before the wetsuit being exposed to water.

About Patagonia

Founded in 1973 by Yvon Chouinard, Patagonia, Inc. stands as an American retailer specializing in outdoor recreation clothing. Headquartered in Ventura, California, the company has a global presence with stores in over 10 countries and factories in 16 nations. Yvon Chouinard, a renowned rock climber, initially entered the industry by selling hand-forged mountain climbing gear in 1957 through his company Chouinard Equipment. Over the years, Patagonia has broadened its product range to encompass apparel tailored for various sports, such as surfing. Beyond clothing, the company also offers a range of related products, including camping food.

Products of Patagonia

Jackets Vests Sleeping Bags Water Bottles Bags Luggage

Melissa Clifford

Warranty Claim Specialist

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