Kimberlin Co.’s Exploring Patches show your outdoor love with retro-cool, Northwest-inspired designs.

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You may have aged out of Scouts, but you can still get your embroidered wilderness badges — made in Seattle.

Kimberlin Co.’s Exploring Patches
, created by Eric Kimberlin, include three Northwest collections of self-sew patches for your jacket, duffel or anywhere you want to sport your local pride.

They’re emblazoned with retro-cool, Northwest-inspired designs and phrases such as “The Great Northwest,” “Stay wild, child” and “The mountains are calling and I must go.”

Enamel pins are also available.

$6 each or $30 for a set of six at, E. Smith Mercantile (downtown) and Freeman (Capitol Hill).