Reusable, durable and good-looking, these napkins are made by our parent company, Patagonia, to reduce waste by using scrap material. Recycled polyester makes up nearly half the fiber, with 3% spandex added for a supple texture. The rest comes from hemp, a crop that suppresses weeds and improves soil health. Machine washable, naturally odor-resistant and sturdy enough to be used every day.
4 napkins per pack
Napkins are about 16 in. square
Napkins are produced at Patagonia as part of a goal to reduce waste / use scrap material
Material is 53% hemp, 44% recycled polyester, 3% spandex
Hemp (a non-psychoactive relative of cannabis) suppresses weeds and restores soil health
Hemp is naturally odor resistant, machine washable and highly durable; so are the finished napkins
1% For The Planet
Why is an outdoor clothing company making food?
Industrial agriculture depletes soil, poisons water and threatens the outdoor places we love. Protecting the earth, and our future on it, means we have to find a better way. So we make foods that restore the planet instead of destroying it. As our founder Yvon Chouinard says, "People buy a jacket every few years, but they eat several times a day. If we're going to save our home planet, it starts with food.”
We stand by the foods we produce.
If you aren’t completely satisfied with any of our foods, we’re more than happy to make it right with a refund.