On January 14, 2015, Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson made the first free ascent of The Dawn Wall on Yosemite's El Capitan. Watch Tommy climb pitch 15 (5.14c) in this first footage released by the film crew on the wall. “The crux holds of pitch 15 are some of the smallest and sharpest holds I have ever attempted to hold onto,” Tommy wrote on his Facebook page. Four unique camera angles reveal those minuscule holds and the 1,300 feet of exposure under Tommy’s precarious foot placements. While multiple pitches of extremely difficult climbing remained above, the completion of pitch 15 was considered the last major hurdle to the eventual success of this seven-year project. Note: Pitch 15 was originally rated 5.14d, but was downgraded slightly after the completion of the route. Video: Big Up Productions & Sender Films.
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20 years, 20 stories. And after shooting this music video there’s almost nothing that hasn’t been done in an R1 fleece. See the other 19 at www.patagonia.com/r1 https://soundcloud.com/patagonia1973/done-in-r1 Done in R1 By Nico Favresse and Sean Villanueva O’Driscoll When I was born, well, I was born naked in the nude and that’s how I like to run when I’m in the mood but when climbing in an offwidth or on a long mountain run to avoid a dirty rash, I like to wear R1 Wear R1 Wear R1 Wear R1 Colin Haley, Tommy Caldwell and Steve House their style in the mountains is to move light and fast to keep nice and warm with less weight on their hands they like to wear R1, but no underpants No underpants No underpants No underpants Well, Fitz Roy, El Capitan It was done in an R1 Nanga Parbat, Makalu It was done in an R1 In woods I like to poo It was done in an R1 Making love in the mountain dew It was done in an R1 Done in R1 Done in R1 Done in R1 Stuck on a wall in the middle of a storm Finally it’s time to jam and make some popcorn I really can’t remember when I last took a wash but with this ninja hoody and chest zipper I feel so posh it's my armor, it’s my outfit, my pajamas, my tuxedo it’s my girlfriend, my dishtowel and it helps my libido In more than 20 years it hasn’t changed a yard much like Cher, Oprah and Yvon Chouinard Now if one day you destroy your lovely outfit don’t forget that the Worn Wear crew will proudly fix it and remember it’s always better to have a hole in your R1 than an R1 inside of your… Uh, closet? Well, Fitz Roy, El Capitan It was done in an R1 Nanga Parbat, Makalu It was done in an R1 In woods I like to poo It was done in an R1 Making love in the mountain dew It was done in an R1 Done in R1 Done in R1 Done in R1 Solo Well, Fitz Roy, El Capitan It was done in an R1 Nanga Parbat, Makalu It was done in an R1 In woods I like to poo It was done in an R1 Making love in the mountain dew It was done in an R1 Done in R1 Done in R1 Done in R1
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Long considered impossible, coveted by many and attempted by a few, the Fitz Traverse has fueled the imaginations of climbers in Patagonia for decades. Tracing the iconic skyline of Cerro Fitz Roy and its six satellite peaks, it spans four miles and 13,000 feet across snow and ice-covered rock, with epic route finding and endless rapelling. Seizing their chance during a rare extended weather window, Tommy Caldwell and Alex Honnold went big. The pair completed the first ascent in a five-day push during February 2014. Watch the trailer of the upcoming film from Big Up and Sender Films.
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There are no ski areas on the peaks above the historic village of Shirakawa-go, but it’s surrounded by great skiing—as long as you’re willing to hike for it. Join Carston Oliver, Eliel Hindert, Pep Fujas and Makoto Takeishi as they take to the hills to discover the meaning of “Deep” in the Shirakawa backcountry. This Sweetgrass Productions short is Episode Two in Patagonia’s Find Away series. To see more photos and videos, check out: http://www.patagonia.com/us/patagonia.go?assetid=100582 白川郷の集落上の山頂にはスキーエリアはない。けれどもハイクアップさえすれば、素晴らしいスキーができる場所がいたるとこに存在する。カーストン・オリバー、エリエル・ヒンダート、ペップ・ファス、武石誠が白川郷のバックカントリーで「ディープ」の意味を見いだす。〈Sweetgrass Productions〉によるパタゴニアのFind Awayシリーズのエピソード２。日本語字幕付き。 その他の写真やビデオは、こちらでご覧ください。 http://www.patagonia.com/jp/patagonia.go?assetid=100695
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http://dirtbagmovie.com | Official Theatrical Trailer for the feature documentary DIRTBAG: THE LEGEND OF FRED BECKEY. Hailed as one of the most influential climbers of all time, Fred Beckey is the original American “Dirtbag"–one who abandons societal norms and material comforts in pursuit of a nomadic mountaineering lifestyle. This rebel athlete’s lifetime of accomplishments set the bar for the entire sport. He shattered records with an unparalleled string of superhuman first ascents, bushwhacking trails and pioneering direct routes thought previously impassable. Beckey burned bridges, eschewed fame and thrived as a loner so that his only obligation would remain conquering the next summit. He kept meticulous personal journals where he mused on everything from arcane geology to his romantic life, to the myriad sunrises he witnessed from vantages not seen by anyone else on Earth. An environmentalist before there was such a term, Beckey’s legacy includes 13 essential books that act as blueprints for new generations. He is still defiantly climbing today at age 94. Presented by PATAGONIA Directed and Produced by DAVE O'LESKE Produced by JASON REID ANDY McDONOUGH COLIN PLANK Edited by DARREN LUND JASON REID Co-Producers ADAM BROWN JEFF WENGER Executive Producer COLIN BAXTER Original Score BRAD ANTHONY LAINA CLIFFHAMMER JOHN E. LOW Featuring the Music of STEVE GUNN Animators JOE GARBER CARL NELSON Visual Effects J. BAAB Graphic Designer JON GARN Aerial Photography JOHN SCURLOCK LUKE ALLEN HUMPHREY WHITNEY HASSETT More at http://dirtbagmovie.com
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While on the road in the Northern Scotland, Patagonia climbing ambassador, Sean Villanueva O’Driscoll reflects on the garments that have accompanied him on expeditions all around the world. "A piece that is full of patches and repairs has a spirit. It has a story attached to it!" says Sean. The stories we wear are worth hanging onto, repairing and using as long as possible. That's the heart of Worn Wear and the story of Sean. http://www.patagonia.com/wornwear Directed by Keith Malloy Cinematography Donnie Hedden Producer Monika McClure Original Score Sean Villanueva O’Driscoll Nick Coventry Editor Andrew Schoneberger Sound John Smetana Additional footage: Stephane Hanssens Benjamin Ditto Klaas Willems Sam Van Brempt Evrard Wendenbaum Tim Walker
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In the high alpine, things can come apart quickly. Climbers accustomed to situations with serious consequences rely on systems that are precise and personal. Brought to life by a deep team of athletes, field testers, designers, technicians and production specialists, the High Alpine Kit is a meticulously integrated layering system, from base layer to belay parka. Each piece functions beautifully on its own, but works by design with every other piece in the kit to form an efficient, thoughtful whole. From shell fabric to insulation, hoods to cuffs, zipper pulls to pockets — every detail of the High Alpine Kit was scrutinized and tweaked to perfection with a single goal in mind: moving efficiently through the earth’s least forgiving environments. Explore the High Alpine Kit: http://www.patagonia.com/high-alpine-kit/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=seo&utm_campaign=f16_yt_high_alpine_kit
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Kye Petersen and crew explore one of British Columbia’s most sought after mountain ranges while the ravens watch from the heavens. The gnarly but beautiful Tantalus Range is so close to Whistler's Sea-to-Sky Highway yet so, so far away. Thankfully we get a bird's-eye view in this short film by Dendrite Studios. Presented by Patagonia http://www.patagonia.com/skiing-snowboarding.html Produced by Dendrite Studios http://dendritestudios.com/ Cinematography - Guillaume Tessier and Athan Merrick Aerial Cinematography - Flynn Media Productions Edited by Nicolas Teichrob Athletes - Kye Petersen, Ryland Bell, Pep Fujas Location - Coast Mountains, British Columbia Music - Miraflores by Feathered Sun, from the album Bulbo, courtesy of Platon Records, http://platonrecords.com Sound Design by Oscar Vargas
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Coming to theatres Oct 2015 - Patagonia presents Jumbo Wild – a gripping, hour-long documentary film by Sweetgrass Productions that tells the true story of the decades-long battle over the future of British Columbia’s iconic Jumbo Valley and highlights the tension between the protection of wilderness and the backcountry experience and ever-increasing development interests in wild places. Set against a backdrop of incredible backcountry ski and snowboard footage, Jumbo Wild documents all sides of a divisive issue bringing the passionate local fight to protect the Jumbo Valley to life for the first time. Get involved, find screenings and more at http://www.patagonia.com/jumbowild
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As a rancher growing up in the rugged northeast corner of the Navajo Nation with no electricity or running water, Eli Neztsosie learned through years of work what it meant to rely on discipline and endurance. Now he relies on these same skills, running long distances— striving every day, in his words, to be better than he was the day before.
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Solo sailor Liz Clark calls her boat, Swell, the chariot of her dreams. It's been her home for the last 10 years, giving her a ticket to freedom and a means of exploring the remote waves of the South Pacific. Recently, she set sail for the Tuamotus to join Kimi Werner and Léa Brassy for 10 days of surfing and diving amidst some of the world's most beautiful atolls. Explore more: http://www.patagonia.com/us/surfing
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In this preview to the upcoming feature film, we travel deep into the Purcell Mountains of British Columbia where the land is wild and backcountry skiing is a way of life. For the Ktunaxa Nation, it is an area known as Qat’muk, the sacred home of the grizzly bear spirit. Conservation group Wildsight echoes its importance as part of a critical wildlife corridor, one of only two remaining areas in North America where grizzly bears can freely roam between Canada and the United States. For decades, First Nations, conservationists and backcountry skiers have fought the proposed Jumbo Glacier Resort. What more will it take to keep Jumbo wild for good? Learn more at http://www.patagonia.com/new-localism/jumbo-wild.html?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=seo&utm_campaign=yt_f15_jumbo_wild
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The revised and updated on the 10th anniversary of its original publication, Let My People Go Surfing is the story of an iconoclastic entrepreneur who brought doing good to the heart of his business. But even more so, it’s about challenging conventional wisdom, leading a simpler and more examined life, and making a living without losing your soul. In full color with over 70 new photos. Printed on 100% post-consumer-recycled paper. Foreword by Naomi Klein.
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Warning: Contains expletives. Patagonia presents a Duct Tape Then Beer film. Force is the collected footage from 10 years of Mikey Schaefer’s climbs, summits and misadventures in Patagonia woven together into a story of success, fear, joy and growth. Previously shown at Patagonia retail stores and film festivals, we’re happy to share the full film with you online. Directed by Fitz Cahall & Aidan Haley Executive Producers Jimmy Hopper Becca & Fitz Cahall Mikey Schaefer Original Score & Mix Amy Stolzenbach Written by Jen Altschul Editor Aidan Haley Visual Effects Kevi Louis-Johnson Cinematography Mikey Schaefer, Austin Siadak, Matt Van Biene, Dave Burdick, Cheyne Lempe, Aidan Haley, Jon Walsh, Jon Byers, Kate Rutherford, Julia Wakeling, Joel Kauffman, Josh Huckaby, Doug Shepherd, Zac West
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Embarking on a life of freedom and exploration that most only dream about, Liz Clark set sail for the South Pacific as captain of her 40-foot sailboat, Swell. More than 12 years and 20,000 miles later, she’s still out there. Sharing tales of wind, waves and the learnings that lie beyond the horizon, this 332-page book tells the story of Liz’s voyage in her own honest and open-hearted words. Available in April from Patagonia or your bookseller of choice. Explore the book: http://www.patagonia.com/product/swell-a-sailing-surfers-voyage-of-awakening-by-captain-liz-clark-hardcover-book/BK754.html?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=seo&utm_campaign=yt_s18_BK754
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Searching for an honest adventure right out their backdoor, a group of skiers and snowboarders travel south from Reno, Nevada on bicycles loaded down with ski and camp gear. Their sights on Mt. Whitney and the endless backcountry ski terrain along the way, these off-the-couch bikers hilariously struggle to keep both wheels moving along the iconic Highway 395 from a new angle: the Sierra saddle vista.
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A weight-saving “elephant's foot” sleeping bag with 850-fill-power Traceable Down insulation, built to be paired with a belay parka for the Spartan bivies of minimalist alpine climbing. Explore the Hybrid Sleeping Bag here: http://www.patagonia.com/product/hybrid-sleeping-bag-regular/70070.html?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=seo&utm_campaign=f16_yt_70070
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Out on the west coast of Ireland, Patagonia Surf Ambassador Tom Doidge-Harrison spends his time chasing waves and honing his craft shaping surfboards. “You don’t need all this stuff,” says Tom as he talks about the jacket he’s shaped five hundred boards in, “you just need one that works properly and try to make it last as long as you can.” Our clothes not only serve us with warmth and protection, they carry our stories — surfboard foam shavings and all. That’s what makes them worth hanging onto, repairing and using as long as possible; a virtue that comes naturally to Tom.
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Following up on his essay “Lessons from a Simple Fly,” newly published in Fly Fisherman and Trout & Salmon magazines, Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard sits down in his living room to show how he combines just a few simple materials to tie the pheasant tail and partridge soft hackle. Whether you’ve been tying for years or you’re leaning over the vise for the first time, it’s a pattern that can change the way you think about what makes a truly effective fly.
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Running a hundred miles in the backcountry, surfing perfect waves around the world, climbing a world-famous skyline for the first time ever—experiences like these require well-made gear that performs in the toughest conditions. In this short video, Tommy Caldwell, Keith Malloy and Keira Henninger share stories about their favorite things and why they’d rather keep using and repairing those things instead of replacing them with something new. A low-impact alternative to the Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping frenzy, our Worn Wear program is an invitation to celebrate the stuff you already own. Learn about Black Friday Gear Swaps, share your story and get free Patagonia/iFixIt repair manuals at http://www.patagonia.com/wornwear #WornWear, #BetterThanNew, #BlackFriday, #AntiBlackFriday
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This award winning film profiles surfer Léa Brassy, who grew up in northern France. By the time she was 17, she moved to southern France for the warm water surf. Accustomed to a life on the road, her nomadic lifestyle takes a pause at the Unstad break in the Lofoten Islands in Northern Norway. Trading in her bikini for a thick wetsuit, she connects with the surrounding mountains, Arctic surf, and simple living. Whether it’s paddling hard for a wave, or chasing after a passion - Léa reminds us that if the timing is right, we have to Catch It. Directed and Produced by Sarah Menzies, Let Media Presented by Patagonia Featuring Léa Brassy Edited by Avery Milo Parducci Color by John Davidson Additional Footage from Vincent Colliard
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For Kimi Werner, spearfishing has always been about deepening her connection to the beauty and providence of the sea. On a recent journey to the Tuamotu Archipelago, she had a chance to share ten memorable days of diving, learning and exploring with two like-minded adventurers, Léa Brassy and Liz Clark. Explore more: http://www.patagonia.com/us/surfing
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Earlier this year as the Worn Wear tour traversed Europe, Andrew Tarplee brought his well-seasoned Australian road workers' hat in for some mending. Inspired by Andrew's story, we visited him at his home in Cornwall to learn more about the lifestyle that drives him to keep cherished and functional garments such as these in use for decades to come. These are the stories we wear. Learn more about Worn Wear at Patagonia.com/WornWear
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When you’ve got a solid crew to surf with, the shorter trips can be just as fun as chasing swell halfway around the world. In the latest episode of the Deep Water series, Kohl Christensen and Danilo Couto link up with Robert Patterson and Mikey O’Shaughnessy for a few sessions in rural Hawai’i. It doesn’t take long to see that the Big Island boys have the good life pretty well dialed.
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Often, we dream too faraway to appreciate what is in our own backyard. The simplest way to explore is to look around you. Mobilized by this philosophy and the sensory experience of snowboarding, Patagonia ambassador Nicholas Wolken spent the past two seasons enjoying what nature had to offer only a train ride away from the town where he grew up. The result is Close to Home. The eight-minute short follows Nicholas and fellow Patagonia ambassador Forrest Shearer as they stay in a family friend’s alpine hut in Fideriser Heuberge and surrender to simplicity. As Nicholas puts it, “In snowboarding, less is more.”
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Tested and refined by our alpine ambassadors, our new technical alpine packs are everything you need and nothing more. Combining modern constructions with the simplicity of traditional designs, they're light, streamlined and supremely functional in the field. Steve House, Kate Rutherford and Colin Haley talk about the inspirations behind the line. Explore our climbing packs: http://www.patagonia.com/shop/luggage-climbing-packs?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=seo&utm_campaign=s14_yt_technical_alpine_packs
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Pier Solomon skips the lift lines and heads off on foot through the backcountry of Japan, British Columbia and his own backyard in Switzerland. A film by DPS Cinematic. Patagonia Snow Europe http://eu.patagonia.com/enGB/skiing-snowboarding?utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=yt_f16_solitary_piers_solomon&utm_medium=seo Patagonia Snow USA http://www.patagonia.com/skiing-snowboarding.html?utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=yt_f16_solitary_piers_solomon&utm_medium=seo
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A breakthrough in insulation, Patagonia's Nano-Air Jacket and Hoody with FullRange™ insulation are warm, stretchy and so breathable, you'll spend less time messing with your layers during any start-stop mission in the mountains. Put it On, #LeaveItOn. Explore the Nano-Air™: http://www.patagonia.com/search/?q=nano+air&lang=en_US&utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=seo&utm_campaign=f14_yt_nano_air
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Jeff Browning and Jesse Haynes attempt to run the last 170 miles of the new Oregon Desert Trail (ODT) in a four-day span. They were supported by photographers Fred Marmsater and Jonathan Byers and Trailhead Labs’ Jereme Monteau. Shop Patagonia Trail Running: http://www.patagonia.com/shop/trail-running Read more from this trip: http://www.patagonia.com/blog/2016/07/the-last-darkness-running-170-miles-through-the-owyhee-canyonlands/
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This superburly gear cube has a simple design that plays a big role when it comes to organizing and corralling your gear so you can find what you need inside a stuffed duffel bag, loaded backpack or the slovenly cab of your truck. Available in three sizes. Explore Black Hole® Cubes: http://www.patagonia.com/shop/luggage-black-hole-bags?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=seo&utm_campaign=yt_f16_black_hole_cubes
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When you’re exploring far-off places, it helps to be ready for just about everything. On a recent sailing trip through a remote part of the Pacific, a crew from Patagonia made the most of the ever-changing conditions, scoring all-time kiting, fishing, surfing and diving—along with a few perfect barrels in some of the clearest water in the world. Featuring Kohl Christensen, Hank Gaskell, Jason Slezak, Reo Stevens and more.
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Ten years ago, we set out to replace neoprene with renewable natural rubber. Changing an entire industry hasn’t been easy, but after a decade of research, development and progression—and thousands of hours of testing in the lab and the water—we’ve succeeded in creating neoprene-free wetsuits that perform as well as anything else out there. Explore the Patagonia Yulex® Natural Rubber Wetsuits: https://www.patagonia.com/yulex-natural-rubber-wetsuits.html
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Through the windows of the Aiguille du Midi cable car some of the most technical and high-consequence ski terrain in the world can be observed—for only the price of a ticket—but stepping through the door to put yourself at the top of one of those lines requires much more. In the this film by Bjarne Salén, Episode 4 in our Find Away series, skiers “American Dave” Rosenbarger and Kye Petersen mix years of mastery and an intuition for the rhythms of the unpredictable high alpine to get the full Chamonix experience. To see more photos and videos, check out: http://www.patagonia.com/us/patagonia.go?assetid=100578 チケット代さえ払えばエギーユ・デュ・ミディのケーブルカーの窓から世界で最も技術的かつ危険なスキーラインを眺めることができます。しかし外に出てこれらのラインの上に立つにはそれ以上のもの要します。ビャーネ・サレンによるFind Awayシリーズのエピソード４ではスキーヤー「アメリカン・デーブ」ローゼンバーガーとカイ・ピーターソンが何年もかけて得た熟練の技能と予測不可能な高山のリズムに対する直感でシャモニの神髄を体験します。 その他の写真やビデオは、こちらでご覧ください。 http://www.patagonia.com/jp/trips/patagonia.go?assetid=100694
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Shred more, waste less. Each Powder Bowl Jacket uses 35 recycled plastic bottles without sacrificing performance, and is built for years of abuse, repair and reuse. Because whether it’s a powder day or plastic bottle, wasting less is a good thing—just ask snow ambassadors Leah Evans and Max Hammer. As of this season, over 77 percent of our snow garments use recycled content, including 100 percent recycled GORE-TEX face fabric. Out of the waste cycle and into your snow gear.
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Baggies Shorts have been in our lineup since 1982. They're the original multisport shorts, made for putting on and running wild. But a pair of shorts is only as good as what’s in them, and what’s not, like our new Baggies made from 92% recycled nylon. Listen to the stories our friends, families, employees and customers have to share about their favorite pair of Baggies Shorts.
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Member of the Crested Butte Ski Patrol, Ellie Atkins spends her entire winter on the mountain and in her outerwear. Her days start early and consist of everything from rope work to throwing charges to keep the mountain safe in ever changing conditions. Wear and tear on gear is expected, so Ellie and the rest of the patrol depend on repair (quick duct tape jobs and long-term solutions) to keep them on the mountain.
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“A little harm you will always give to nature, but if you keep your garments longer the impact gets smaller.” From Munich, Germany, Worn Wear seamstress Barbara Heinze explains why extending the life of our garments is the single most important thing we can do to lower our impact on the Planet.
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A stretchy, breathable cold-weather opportunist for any winter activity. When the seasons shift from warm to cool to cold, the wrong layers in the wrong combination in the wrong temperatures can turn any mission, big or small, into a clammy, finicky bummer—which is why Patagonia’s Nano-Air Hoody is so key to your cool-weather system. It’s warm, incredibly breathable and stretchy, so you can leave it on during stop-and-go missions without having to mess endlessly with layers. Get yours: http://www.patagonia.com/opportunist
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Episode 6 of our #Find_Away series, AK Girls Way, is dedicated to the memory of Liz Daley, who was lost to an avalanche in Argentina a few months after this footage was filmed. To honor Liz a scholarship fund has been created to support women who "Live Like Liz". Donate at http://www.livelikeliz.com. In “AK Girls Way” Liz Daley and Caroline Gleich (https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=29005168&fref=ts) land deep in the Tordrillo Mountains for their first taste of Alaska. Join them camping on a glacier for two weeks, while they get the full human-powered experience—self-guided, self-sufficient, hiking and climbing together for their lines. Filmed and edited by Jason Thompson. パタゴニアの#Find_Awayシリーズ、エピソード６「AK Girls Way」をこの映像の撮影から数か月後にアルゼンチンでの雪崩によって亡くなったリズ・デイリーに捧げます。リズを称え彼女のように生きる女性たち #LiveLikeLiz をサポートする奨学基金が設立されました。http://www.livelikeliz.com から寄付ができます。 「AK Girls Way」では、リズ・デイリーとキャロライン・グライクがアラスカを初体験すべくトードリロ山脈の奥深くに降り立ちました。氷河の上で２週間キャンプしながら、人力のみでガイドやサポートなしにハイクアップして滑降したようすをご覧ください。撮影・編集：ジェイソン・トンプソン
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Same iconic design as our classic MLC now in Black Hole™ fabric, this superburly soft-sided suitcase converts to a backpack with enough room and organization for world travel, and meets most airline carry-on requirements. Explore the Black Hole® MLC® 45L: http://www.patagonia.com/product/black-hole-mlc-convertible-briefcase-45-liters/49305.html?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=seo&utm_campaign=f17_49305
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For almost 40 years, Patagonia has supported grassroots activists working to find solutions to the environmental crisis. But in this time of unprecedented threats, it’s often hard to know the best way to get involved. That’s why we’re connecting individuals with our grantees, to take action on the most pressing issues facing the world today. We built Patagonia Action Works to connect committed individuals to organizations working on environmental issues in the same community. It’s now possible for anyone to discover and connect with environmental action groups and get involved with the work they do. Learn more at: patagonia.com/actionworks
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Lightweight technical performance seamlessly knit with responsible sourcing. Fine merino wool from our regenerative sheep grazing program in the Patagonia region is spun using a proprietary process that increases the yarn’s heat-trapping ability. It’s then blended with 100%-recycled Capilene® polyester using innovative whole-garment seamless knitting that creates a lightweight, superbreathable, performance-fit baselayer perfect for high-output activity in cold conditions. Learn more: http://www.patagonia.com/merinoair
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How is your clothing made? Our new short film will investigate why choosing Fair Trade Certified clothing is an important first step toward changing the garment industry. Coming October 2016. Learn more about Fair Trade: http://www.patagonia.com/fairtrade Produced by Little Village Films http://littlevillagefilms.com/
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Patagonia’s Snow and Alpine teams collaborated to build wearable equipment for skiers, snowboarders and alpinists committed to moving through the mountains under their own power. These are the core pieces, their key features and ideal applications. To learn more visit patagonia.com/backcountry
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Businesses that provide paternity leave and encourage men to take advantage of it, earn employee loyalty, boost retention rates and have balanced, focused employees. Dads report feeling engaged and happy when they care for their children from the start. Patagonia offers paternity leave and has provided quality on-site child care for over 30 years. In this video, Patagonia working fathers tell what Patagonia’s Great Pacific Child Development Center means to them. How it allows them to balance work and family, changes them as fathers, and how it could transform gender roles. As one father said, “I’ll trade a surf session or a lunchtime soccer match for being able to just put my daughter down for a nap. It doesn’t compare. Being able to provide for her on a daily basis and build that relationship has really built my confidence as a father.” To be published by Patagonia in July 2016, Family Business: Innovative On-Site Child Care Since 1983, by Malinda Chouinard and Jennifer Ridgeway, illustrates what high-quality child care looks like and why providing on-site child care to working families is at the heart of responsible business today. Pre-order your copy of Family Business today.
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