Mailbag: Reader Thoughts on Patagonia’s Workwear Collection

Thoughts on Patagonia’s workwear, readers’ dream cars under $5K and reactions to coffee soda.

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Welcome to Mailbag, a roundup of the best comments, questions and tips from you, our readers, put together by Gear Patrol’s Social Media team. Some are nice, some are not so nice. But here they are.

Patagonia’s New Workwear


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Patagonia just released its first workwear collection. Most are not ready to go to Patagonia for their workwear needs.

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Dream Cars under $5K


Reader’s Choice


We recently wrote about our dream cars under $5,000, and asked our readers to do the same. Here are some of the responses.

Choice: 2004 BMW 330ci
Reason: “It’s an over-engineered German car, it’s a convertible, it’s very clean and comfortable and I almost bought one in 2003, but they were $6000 more than I could afford at the time.” — John D.

Choice: 1987 Dodge Daytona Turbo or 1990 Dodge Daytona ES with 3.0L V6 and 4 speed Ultra-drive Transaxle.
Reason: My 1st new car was the Daytona Turbo with a 2.2L Turbo-charged engine and the ES model had the 4th/overdrive gear that the other car needed for highway driving.” — James P.

Coffee Soda


Cold Brew Competition


Coffee soda exists, and it’s coming for your cold brew this summer.

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