The Cleanest Line

Month: April 2012

Gerry Lopez Australia Tour Webisode 1

Gerry Lopez Australia Tour Webisode 1

By Patagonia Australia   |   Apr 30, 2012 April 30, 2012

by Patagonia Australia If you missed the Patagonia Gerry Lopez Surf Is Where You Find It Australian Tour, don’t fear! Due to high demand we have produced a three-part webisode series of the tour. Watch Part 1… Read More

An Outing with Donini: Puzzles (Part Three)

An Outing with Donini: Puzzles (Part Three)

Apr 27, 2012 April 27, 2012

by Puzzles When we stood there, scoping the face with binoculars and discussing possibilities, somehow I thought of Jim’s story about why he got into the military some 45 years prior. He was a teenager driving on the turnpike in PA – near Philly, where he grew up… Read More

An Interview with Photographer Ben Moon

An Interview with Photographer Ben Moon

Apr 26, 2012 April 26, 2012

by Chances are if you’ve perused the Patagonia website or catalog, you’ve caught sight of a few of Ben Moon’s images. From surfing and climbing to capturing the music scene, the self-taught Moon took the photography scene by storm more than a decade ago. Moon’s work… Read More

Putting Water Back

Putting Water Back

By Eric Unmacht   |   Apr 23, 2012 April 23, 2012

Patagonia’s Our Common Waters campaign isn’t only about demolishing dams. The impact of a dam on rivers and ecosystems lingers well past their expiration date, so removing them is still necessary in many cases. But that’s the work of remedying our past mistakes. The… Read More

Discussions of Influence

Discussions of Influence

Apr 20, 2012 April 20, 2012

by Kelly Cordes Dave Graham wasn’t holding back at the Outlook. For those who don’t know, Graham is one of the best rock climbers to come along in the last decade. We were guests on a live on-stage radio show, by ClimbTalk, at the… Read More

Heroes – Part Two

Heroes – Part Two

By Brittany Griffith   |   Apr 18, 2012 April 18, 2012

by [Catch up with Heroes – Part One] We were in Manzanares el Real for less than an hour when a keen local showed up, in the middle of a Wednesday afternoon, driving 45 minutes to meet us and show us around. Which was great and very… Read More

An Outing with Donini: Porch Angles (Part Two)

An Outing with Donini: Porch Angles (Part Two)

Apr 13, 2012 April 13, 2012

by Porch Angles Just before dark, utterly worked at the decidedly unimpressive altitude of 2,350', we found a flat mini-meadow and bivied. In the morning, within an hour of moderate bushwhacking we reached what Jim calls the “Sound of Music Meadows.” Indescribably beautiful, rolling meadows with peaks and… Read More

LOADING
ERROR
  • 1
  • 2