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Mountain of Storms
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The 50th anniversary of an underground classic They called themselves Fun Hogs. In 1968, five friends took a road trip to climb Cerro Fitz Roy, and documented the whole thing on a 16mm Bolex. Along the way they surfed undiscovered breaks, skied on sand and snow, spent 31 days in a snow cave and made a first ascent on the mountain. Fifty years later this film, which defined a lifestyle and became an underground classic, is in its first wide release.

Climbing Fitz Roy, 1986 While San Francisco raved through the summer of love, three rock climbers, a skier and a filmmaker struck out on their own journey. The goal was the ascent of the iconic Cerro Fitz Roy in Patagonia, Chile. This six-month excursion resulted in the formation of a groundbreaking movie and several innovative companies (Patagonia, The North Face, Esprit) and the participants' lifelong commitment to the environment. Buy the Book
Anne Gilbert Chase Mount Nilkantha, Indian Himalaya
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Capilene® Air Our Most Innovative Baselayer Ever Our warmest baselayer features a unique airblasted yarn knit into a seamless 3-D structure for nearly weightless warmth and increased airflow with minimal material waste in the creation process.
Extend Your Range Like our original short-sheared, high-loft fleece, this midlayer also caters to long approaches, blustery climbs, and ski tours, but extends its range with an abrasion, wind and water-resistant face, making it more capable in a variety of conditions.
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Tommy Caldwell Tommy blames the suffering in his life on his father. His dad taught him to embrace fear and doubt and turn them into inspiration. He believes the long, difficult journeys with little chance for success teach him the most. See All Ambassadors
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