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Month: March 2008

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Get Some Ed in ‘Yer Head

Get Some Ed in ‘Yer Head

Mar 14, 2008 March 14, 2008

Boys’n Berries, the time is here once again. It’s March 14th. Some might recognize this as the birthday of Albert Einstein. But there’s another figure who looms large on America’s ideological horizon; one whose personal genius, like Einstein’s, exploded in the deserts of the American Southwest. Read More

Wolverines!!

Wolverines!!

Mar 13, 2008 March 13, 2008

More exciting than Red Dawn, and cooler than camping with Charlie Sheen, C. Thomas Howell, and Patrick Swayze, our friends at the University of California's Sagehen Research Field Station have just reported some pretty outstanding news. Imagine you're protecting a piece of land. Imagine people… Read More

Reader Photo: Sticker Spotting

Reader Photo: Sticker Spotting

Mar 13, 2008 March 13, 2008

This just in from The Cleanest Line email bag: the back of our work truck!keeping us warm out in the elements! many thanks, we fly the patagonia flag with pride:) smiles for miles from the u.k. richard esq www.friend-of-mine.co.uk  &  shoot-the-moonshine.blogspot.com/ Always good to hear from… Read More

Patagonia T-Shirt Art Exhibit

Patagonia T-Shirt Art Exhibit

Mar 12, 2008 March 12, 2008

If you live in the Los Angeles area, or happen to be passing through, join us at Patagonia Santa Monica on Saturday March 29 from 8-10 pm for an art exhibit by the talented group whose designs grace some of our T-shirts. These professionals – who… Read More

All These Things

All These Things

By Fitz Cahall   |   Mar 11, 2008 March 11, 2008

Fitz Cahall hands over the reins of The Dirtbag Diaries this week to his wife Becca: The Weather Channel’s Local on the 8’s. NOAA. Surf cams. We’ve all been there – staring at the places we would like to be through a computer or television screen. We shut… Read More

DWR Optional

DWR Optional

Mar 10, 2008 March 10, 2008

Working for an outdoor clothing company affords us the luxury of having not one, but several options to choose from when suiting up for a day on the mountain. Was it the balmy temperature? Or simply the need to stand out in the crowd of Patagonia shells… Read More

Lynn’s Tips: Traversing Techniques

Lynn’s Tips: Traversing Techniques

By Lynn Hill   |   Mar 7, 2008 March 7, 2008

By Lynn Hill The weather was so beautiful the other day that I decided to visit one of my favorite local traverses up on Flagstaff (Boulder, CO) called the Monkey Traverse. On this long, overhanging band of rock, I choreographed my own variation that I call Lynnie's Low Down since… Read More

Sitting on the Shoulder

Sitting on the Shoulder

Mar 6, 2008 March 6, 2008

This story was sent to us by Ari Lurie from Tahiti. He is an avid outrigger paddler and surfer. ‘Haole go home.’  This glaring message was scrawled across a building in the center of town.  I was visiting the port of Fare on the beautiful French Polynesian island of… Read More

Namaste from India

Namaste from India

By Sonnie Trotter   |   Mar 4, 2008 March 4, 2008

India was a place I always told myself I wanted to go, but year after year it got pushed around, forced to the back burner by the priorities of life. When my girlfriend came to me and said, I want to study Yoga in Mysore I knew this was our… Read More

Patagonia Reads with UCSB

Patagonia Reads with UCSB

Mar 3, 2008 March 3, 2008

After a very successful inaugural launch last year Patagonia got involved again with the University of California Santa Barbara READS program. UCSB students and Patagonia employees were given The Travels of a T-Shirt in the Global Economy by Pietra Rivoli to learn more about globalization. Patagonia… Read More

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