The Cleanest Line The Cleanest Line

“Caring for our planet is not in conflict with running a successful business.” Read More

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A School That Goes into The Wild

By Nicole Marie   |   Nov 14, 2016 November 14, 2016

It’s spring so there are many fledging birds about. I’m wandering with a group of children when I hear baby dark-eyed juncos begging nearby. I put my hand to my ear and listen. The children do the same. Now we all hear the birds. “Let’s go find them!” they clamor. Read More

The Day After

The Day After

By Patagonia   |   Nov 9, 2016 November 9, 2016

“… democracy is the worst form of government, except for all those other forms that have been tried from time to time.”—Winston Churchill Yesterday we elected candidates in local, state and federal races in every corner of our nation. These women and men soon will go to… Read More

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Don’t Sit This One Out … We Aren’t

By Patagonia   |   Nov 4, 2016 November 4, 2016

We’re five days away from electing a President, 88 percent of Congress and countless other local elected officials. In total, across the U.S., we elect over 500,000 offices, from the federal government all the way down to school districts. We have a lot of work to do as voters. This year,… Read More

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The Not So Obvious

By Kitty Calhoun   |   Oct 31, 2016 October 31, 2016

I was on my first snorkel, on the lookout for humpback whales near Tonga, when a monstrous creature slowly rose through the murky water from the depths of the ocean. She was close enough that I could see her eye studying me. I was afraid and, while holding her gaze,… Read More

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Lost in the Light

By Tara Kramer   |   Nov 4, 2016 November 4, 2016

I’m starting to measure time as it’s marked by the ice caps. Two months here, three months there, then fall in Montana, or spring, or a month of summer, and then again to the Flat White. I scatter through the seasons and across hemispheres, losing myself in the months, the landscape,… Read More

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Dirtbag Diaries Podcast: Tales of Terror Vol. 7

By Fitz Cahall   |   Oct 28, 2016 October 28, 2016

This is our seventh annual Tales of Terror episode. Over the past seven years, we’ve read a lot of stories about scary things that happen out in the woods. We’ve discovered that there are all kinds of frightening things that can happen out there, but there are two ingredients that,… Read More

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Who’s Nick?

By Josh Wharton   |   Oct 28, 2016 October 28, 2016

I took a hex off the rack and pushed it far into the crack. The rime was thick, and the crack’s edges blurry. The hex mushed into the rime and stuck. I beat on it with my ice axe just to be sure, then gave it a swift tug. It… Read More

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The Most Beautiful Product We Make

By Mikey Schaefer   |   Oct 27, 2016 October 27, 2016

At Patagonia, we think the most beautiful product is really designed by you. Every tear, stain and duct tape patch proves the bond that can develop between a person and their gear. Our Worn Wear repair program helps keep your well-loved clothes in action longer and provides an… Read More

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A Letter-Writing Party to Protect Bears Ears

By Matty Van Biene   |   Oct 20, 2016 October 20, 2016

Editor’s note: Tommy Caldwell appeared in a video for social media, Matty Van Biene hosted a letter-writing party, Josh Ewing works for a nonprofit group—the ways to help Bears Ears are many but the time to act is now. The Bears Ears Coalition is seeking permanent protection for this magical region… Read More

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Marlene on Trad

By Robbie Phillips   |   Oct 18, 2016 October 18, 2016

One of my earliest outdoor climbing experiences was at the crags around the quaint countryside village of Dunkeld. An escarpment of Schist can be seen escaping from the deep forest high on the hill just beyond the village. It was here that I would spend many a day for ten years. Read More

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