Patagonia Womens Maipo Skort


All about this product



This lightweight and adaptable skort is effortless to wear, featuring a soft body fabric made from a blend of 80% recycled nylon and 20% elastane interlock knit. Whether you're biking, hiking, or simply enjoying a leisurely day at the library on a warm summer day, this skort is the perfect companion. Plus, it's ethically crafted in a Fair Trade Certified factory.

Technical details

Ideal use:

Biking, hiking, casual wear


Body: 80% recycled nylon / 20% elastane interlock knit

Liner shorts: 79% recycled nylon / 21% elastane jersey

Made in a Fair Trade Certified factory

Key features:

Above-the-knee length with a straight hemline

Breathable liner shorts with hidden pockets

HeiQ Pure odour control

Double-faced waistband

Fast-drying capability

MiDori bioSoft

Tech specs:

Weight: 176g

Liner shorts inseam length: 14 cm

Size and fit:

Fit: Relaxed


Other features

Product Code
Our Planet
Our Planet logo
This product has features that impact at least three of our environmental areas.


This product is made from materials such as recycled, organic, alternative (fast renewable raw materials), a combination of these and/or does not intentionally contain any chemicals.
At least 50% Recycled Synthetics


This product as a whole or the individual materials within this product have the following certification(s). These are voluntary guidelines used to demonstrate their commitment to good environmental, social, ethical, and food safety practices.
1% for the planet
Fair Trade Certified
Global Recycled Standard


This product complies with the following feature(s) aimed at eliminating waste and maximising resource reuse.
Easy to Repair
Minimum of 4 Years Guarantee

About this brand

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Patagonia are in the business to save our home planet. Their values reflect those of a business started by a band of climbers and surfers, and the minimalist style they promoted. The approach they take toward product design demonstrates a bias for simplicity and utility. Their criteria for the best product rests on function, repairability, and, foremost, durability. Among the most direct ways we can limit ecological impacts is with goods that last for generations or can be recycled so the materials in them remain in use. Making the best product matters for saving the planet.


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