That’s Patagonia’s latest message to its customers, found on the tags in its newest line of shorts.
“We have been standing up to climate deniers for almost as long as we’ve been making those shorts,” Corley Kenna, a Patagonia spokesperson, told CNN Business. The brand began making the shorts in 1973.
Patagonia CEO Yvon Chouinard has been saying “vote the a**holes out” for several years, the spokesperson said. “It refers to politicians from any party who deny or disregard the climate crisis and ignore science.”
Patagonia closed its headquarters, distribution center and stores nationwide on Election Day in 2016 and 2018, and the company will continue the practice for the 2020 election.
The site also gives people an option to enter their address in a search box and make a voting plan — with information on requesting a ballot or finding your polling place to vote in person.