Patagonia Trail Running
Colder temperatures are both invigorating and nearly impossible to dress for. Too much clothing and you run the risk of sweating, which is both uncomfortable and possibly hypothermia-initiating. Not enough and you’ll never reach that sweet spot between warm and working. We designed our Peak Mission Jacket and Tights to solve this.
Features
Luke Nelson Nolan’s 14, Sawatch Range, Colorado
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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.
The Wolfpack
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High in the San Juan Mountains above Silverton, Colorado, a pack of runners roam. Together they traverse mountain meadows and navigate mineral-stained peaks through the rugged landscape of their backyard. The Braford-Lefebvre family chose to live here in order to raise their family wild. Through hard times and the best ones, running is their tool for experiencing life together.
The Micro Puff® Hoody Our lightest, most packable insulated jacket ever.
Long traverses and after big trail runs. Desert camping and unexpected monsoons. For never again having to choose between weight, space or warmth.
takayna
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takayna / Tarkine in northwestern Tasmania is home to one of the last undisturbed tracts of Gondwanan rainforest in the world, and one of the highest concentrations of Aboriginal archaeology in the hemisphere. Yet this place, which remains largely as it was when dinosaurs roamed the planet, is currently at the mercy of destructive extraction industries, including logging and mining.
Featured Ambassador
Clare Gallagher Coined on a dive boat in the Andaman Sea in 2014, the term "earthraging" guides how Clare lives her life. She loves to rage with Mother Earth while simultaneously protecting her. During every ultra Clare races, she’s earthraging. Competitiveness and speed flow thick in her blood, but so does her desire to protect this miraculous little planet we call home.