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  • $60.00
    A chronicle of the world-wide voyage of Hokule’a, the double-hulled canoe sailed only using ancient wayfinding techniques.
  • $49.95
    Over 40 Years of Radical Business Wisdom, Strategies, and Practices—For Profit and Non Profit—in One 3-book Collection.
  • $16.00
    The tale of an itinerant climber. Sales from this book benefit 1% For The Planet® (http://www.onepercentfortheplanet.org).
  • $24.95
    The master of simplicity, Yvon Chouinard, and noted fly fishermen Mauro Mazzo and Craig Mathews, show, with detailed information, photographs and drawings, that getting back to basics can be the most effective way to catch trout. Includes wet flies and streamers, nymphs, and dry flies.
  • $35.00
    Training for the New Alpinism translates theory into application to allow you to coach yourself to any mountaineering goal. Steve House, one of the best, and his trainer Scott Johnston present training plans for weekend warriors as well as the world's best mountaineers. Filled with photos, graphs, illustrations, and anecdotes.
  • $60.00
    Published by Patagonia®, this hardcover book is the definitive and beloved book on the rich history of the Hawaiian shirt, now completely revised, updated, redesigned, with new content and photographs throughout.
  • $20.00
    The updated and revised tale of an itinerant climber and the education of a reluctant businessman. Sales from this book benefit 1% for the Planet.
  • $24.95
    Published by Patagonia®, this paperback book captures the best wisdom and advice of 20 years of the Patagonia Tools Conference, creating a resource for any organization hoping to hone core skills for success in the environmental movement.
  • $20.00
    Going Out Is Going In is a photo collection by an extraordinary group of top photographers and musicians. Proceeds from the sale of the book support 1% for the Planet, a global organization that unites businesses (including Patagonia) to donate one percent of sales to nonprofit environmental groups.
  • $45.00
    Published by Patagonia, this hardcover book 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.
  • $27.95
    Published by Patagonia® and as featured in DamNation (Patagonia, 2014), Lee Spencer has written “an incandescent work of natural history, an Oregon cultural treasure, and a sanctuary for aching hearts in a dark time.” -- David James Duncan, author of The River Why and My Story as Told by Water
  • $29.95
    A collection of photos and essays celebrating Maine's Thoreau-Wabanaki Trail as well as the wilderness spirit and recreational heritage of the north woods of Maine.