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How to Dress Properly for Winter Climbing

How to Dress Properly for Winter Climbing

By Kelly Cordes   |   Jan 20, 2011 January 20, 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. Kelly Cordes is… Read More

Remembering Freeskier Arne Backstrom

Remembering Freeskier Arne Backstrom

By Kasey   |   Jan 10, 2011 January 10, 2011

[Arne Backstrom Revelstoke Tribute. Video: Subaru Freeskiing World Tour.] The Subaru World Freeskiing Tour put together a nice tribute video for our late friend and ambassador Arne Backstrom. The video was released in… Read More

Skunked or Scored? Summer Ski-Gear Testing in Chile

Skunked or Scored? Summer Ski-Gear Testing in Chile

Nov 4, 2010 November 4, 2010

How do you get to work in morning? Are you stuffed into a sweltering New York subway car? Crammed fender-to-fender along LA’s mind-numbing 405? Either way, our morning commute to work was way more stressful than yours. I promise. We chased the sun across the Inca Lake in Portillo…… Read More

The Year of the Great Magnet

The Year of the Great Magnet

By Stephan Drake   |   May 20, 2010 May 20, 2010

27 miles outside of Haines, Alaska. I am sitting in a lawn chair perched outside our rental house. I am wearing surf trunks and sunning my pasty white chest after a long winter season. There are smooth river rocks beneath my bare feet. The white strips… Read More

Jan 14, 2010 January 14, 2010

We're indeed reveling in the stoke produced by this week's news from Canada: Patagonia Skiing Ambassador Arne Backstrom did his home resort proud with a strong one-two win at the Freeskiing World Tour, in Revelstoke, British Columbia on Sunday, January 10, taking both the men's overall… Read More

Waves and Winter: Photos

Waves and Winter: Photos

Sep 23, 2009 September 23, 2009

“Our thoughts often go to the deepest, fluffiest powder days when we watch the tops of breaking waves get blown back to sea by a strong offshore breeze. Maybe the wind reminds us of Old Man Winter's legendary howl and roar. Or perhaps surfing among these… Read More

Skiing Pico de Orizaba

Skiing Pico de Orizaba

Aug 25, 2009 August 25, 2009

Many of the crew here at Patagonia del norte (aka, Not many people go to Mexico for the skiing, but that is exactly what we did on a month long rock-climbing and skiing road trip south of the border. The main objective for the trip was to climb and ski… Read More

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