Just got an email from Patagonia about two pop-up stores opening in upper Manhattan, and a special promotional screening (tonight) of a new bicycle movie, “Velo.”
We’re pleased to announce the openings of the Patagonia Tin Shed pop-up stores in New York.
The “Tin Shed” concept stores are named after the blacksmith shopin Ventura where Patagonia founder/owner Yvon Chouinard forged toold for rock and alpine climbing. The stores are visiting through early spring and visitors can stop by all winter long for a hot cup of apple cider,
Upper West Side
2625 Broadway at West 100th
Upper East Side
1491 Third Ave at East 84th
Tonight (11/28) at the Upper West Side store on Broadway, Patagonia Tin Shed is hosting a film screening of a great bike film.
Hope you can attend!
The movie, Velo, is by Buck Naked Visual Works
See a trailer here.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 6:30 PM
Join us at Patagonia’s Tin Shed Broadway store for Velo, Buck Naked Visual Works latest film. Man has had many noble inventions, but few as pure and mechanically sound as the bicycle. The bicycle has made its most drastic transformations in the last 30 years, innovations that have fostered lasting impacts; the creation of entire communities and lifestyles revolving around each uniquely different form. Velo explores some of these different cultures, places and riding styles.