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Ramón Navarro: Above and Beyond

By Greg Long   |   Dec 30, 2016 December 30, 2016

Every so often you come across someone whose actions and demeanor leave you both inspired and in a state of wonder. Such was the case when I first encountered Ramón Navarro. I was 19 years old at the time, spending an extended winter stint on the fabled North… Read More

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Epileptic Opportunity: Paddling Towards a Cure

By Jared Muscat   |   Sep 2, 2016 September 2, 2016

I have epilepsy. I don’t know if I was born with it. The better conclusion is I developed it from a series of concussions in high school. But truly, no doctor will say for certain. Such is the story of epilepsy. I was diagnosed on my way to my freshman… Read More

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A Couple Good Ones

By Jeff Johnson   |   Feb 29, 2016 February 29, 2016

It’s 2002. Dan Malloy, the youngest of the Malloy brothers, is surfing in a contest at Sunset Beach on Oʻahu. He is 25 years old and upholding a foundation built by his two older brothers, which has made him the most hopeful of the Malloy clan to excel in the… Read More

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The Cleanest Line

By Chris Malloy   |   Jun 27, 2016 June 27, 2016

We are now third and fourth generation surfers. We have the confidence to leave the stereotypes behind. We have become a tribe that has the ability to be the scroungiest dirtbags one day and then return to the urban environment as activists for change the next. Two time periods epitomize… Read More

Cochamó

Cochamó

By Patrick “Patch” Wilson   |   Jan 25, 2016 January 25, 2016

In early 2014, I spent some time exploring the coastline around southern Chile looking for waves and generally just checking out a place that I had always wanted to visit. I ended up heading as far south as Chiloe which is the first island on the coast of where… Read More

Cold-Water Bali or Myth?

Cold-Water Bali or Myth?

By Tony Butt   |   Dec 28, 2015 December 28, 2015

“Just go in,” said the woman’s voice. “There’s nobody there at the moment but the house is always left open. Yours is room two, upstairs.” I was calling ahead to the small guesthouse where we had booked a room. Slightly bewildered, I looked across at my traveling buddy, Martín. Read More

Kiteboarding for a Cause

Kiteboarding for a Cause

By Jessica Salcido   |   Aug 26, 2015 August 26, 2015

By Jessica Salcido For the past few years, a small group of kiters here at Patagonia have participated in Kiteboarding 4 Cancer, a spectacularly beautiful kite race in Hood River, Oregon designed to raise money for the survivor-focused nonprofit, Athletes 4 Cancer. Cancer has impacted… Read More

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