Patagonia & lululemon Approval Process

  • updated 2 mths ago

The following guide reviews the approval process required for Patagonia and lululemon co-branded merchandise. 


Patagonia is transitioning away from adding additional logos to their products in an effort to cut their overall footprint. Please read about their reasons here.

If you are still wanting Patagonia products, they will need an application for approval. The type of companies we have seen them approve in the past are a B-corp company, healthcare-related company, or a Non-profit where proceeds are focused on environmental causes. If you fall within these categories, please supply us with the following information:

  • Contact Name:
  • Contact Email:
  • Company Name:
  • Company Website:
  • Approx # of units:
  • Project Description:

Once our team confirms that you fall within the above-mentioned categories, we will send an application for you to Patagonia. We will then let you know if your application was approved or not once we hear back from them.


lululemon Corporate Program is designed to offer our technical products to companies in select industries with a shared purpose, mission, and values, supporting with internal uniform and gifting needs. lululemon requires approval of all co-branding companies. to apply, please send us the following information: 

  • Client name:
  • Website:
  • End-user (i.e. specific department, team, etc.):
  • Men’s/Women’s %:
  • Internal-use only?
  • Is this product featured on a company intranet of any sort?
  • Do they typically co-brand the product with their logo? If so, please attach.
  • Anything else you’d like to share regarding this company or product requested, etc.:

Approvals should take no longer than 5 business days and we will notify you upon response. 

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