The Cleanest Line

Month: January 2011

From the Trenches series – The Belay Parka

From the Trenches series – The Belay Parka

By Kelly Cordes   |   Jan 28, 2011 January 28, 2011

Like flocks of swirling swallows or shimmering schools of tropical fish, our customers swoop in with mysteriously synchronized concerns and questions on a regular basis, prompting the need for ready answers. Times like these, nothing would be more handy than magically beaming knowledge out into the ether. Building on his… Read More

Picture Story: Imagine The Pasayten

Picture Story: Imagine The Pasayten

By John Scurlock   |   Jan 26, 2011 January 26, 2011

Pacific Northwest climbers know John Scurlock for his stunning mountain images. His aerial photos have contributed to countless adventures, providing inspiration and aid to climbers looking to hone-in on details of remote peaks. John is a paramedic by trade, and a photographer and pilot by obsession (he’s working… Read More

Enriching the Rivers

Enriching the Rivers

By Ari Zolonz   |   Jan 25, 2011 January 25, 2011

Patagonia’s environmental internship program is sending about 20 employees into the field this year to volunteer with nonprofit environmental groups around the world. The company pays employee salaries and benefits for up to a month while they work in D.C., Kenya, Kauai and other locales. Ari Zolonz,… Read More

R.I.P., Shoe Tree

R.I.P., Shoe Tree

By Old School   |   Jan 19, 2011 January 19, 2011

Back in 1986, Life magazine christened the 250 miles of US Highway 50 between Fallon and Ely, Nevada with the moniker “The Loneliest Road in America.” In a classic example of turning lemons into lemonade the Nevada Department of Tourism seized on the title and… Read More

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