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To help address the face mask shortage during this pandemic, we turned our research and design facility, aka “The Forge,” into a safe, socially distant workspace for our mask-making colleagues.⁠⠀⁠⠀As it turns out, our Nano-Air® jacket liner material–which is specifically designed to be breathable while you’re moving–can be double-layered to make comfortable, breathable face masks. Big thanks to first responders, essential workers, and volunteers around the world.Photo: @_timdavis_ To help address the face mask shortage during this pandemic, we turned our research and design facility, aka “The Forge,” into a safe, socially distant workspace for our mask-making colleagues.⁠⠀
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As it turns out, our Nano-Air® jacket liner material–which is specifically designed to be breathable while you’re moving–can be double-layered to make comfortable, breathable face masks. Big thanks to first responders, essential workers, and volunteers around the world.
Photo: @_timdavis_
2020/05/21 08:03:55 44,181 522
The salmon's struggle for survival is a fight not only for itself but for the health of the planet. ⁠⠀⁠⠀Read an excerpt from Mark Kurlansky’s “Salmon: A Fish, the Earth, and the History of Their Common Fate” through the link in bio. ⁠⠀⁠⠀Photo: Christopher Miller The salmon's struggle for survival is a fight not only for itself but for the health of the planet. ⁠⠀
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Read an excerpt from Mark Kurlansky’s “Salmon: A Fish, the Earth, and the History of Their Common Fate” through the link in bio. ⁠⠀
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Photo: Christopher Miller
2020/05/26 02:05:10 40,565 91
Rising from the desert north of Flagstaff, Arizona, the 12,633-foot Dookʼoʼoosłííd (also known as Humphreys Peak) is the highest point in the state and the tallest summit in the San Francisco Peaks mountain range. Over the past few decades, it’s also become a nexus for a whole gamut of controversies, from the impacts of climate change, the ever-increasing pressures on water supplies, the role of the outdoor recreation industry in conservation, and decades-old conflicts between current land managers’ priorities and indigenous peoples’ ancestral rights.As tensions build, these local battles no longer apply to just the Southwest; they’ve come to encapsulate larger issues playing out across the entirety of the North American West.⁠⠀⁠⠀Read the feature article on Dookʼoʼoosłííd by @lennecefer, available on The Cleanest Line through the link in our bio. ⁠⠀⁠⠀Photos: @gregbalkin Rising from the desert north of Flagstaff, Arizona, the 12,633-foot Dookʼoʼoosłííd (also known as Humphreys Peak) is the highest point in the state and the tallest summit in the San Francisco Peaks mountain range. Over the past few decades, it’s also become a nexus for a whole gamut of controversies, from the impacts of climate change, the ever-increasing pressures on water supplies, the role of the outdoor recreation industry in conservation, and decades-old conflicts between current land managers’ priorities and indigenous peoples’ ancestral rights.

As tensions build, these local battles no longer apply to just the Southwest; they’ve come to encapsulate larger issues playing out across the entirety of the North American West.⁠⠀
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Read the feature article on Dookʼoʼoosłííd by @lennecefer, available on The Cleanest Line through the link in our bio. ⁠⠀
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Photos: @gregbalkin
2020/05/29 03:09:02 32,461 49
@alexandermegos is on a mission to be the best climber in the world. Read @alexandermegos is on a mission to be the best climber in the world. Read "There is Only Send or Fail" by @alxlwthr on The Cleanest Line through the link in bio. ⁠⠀
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Photo: @ken_etzel
2020/05/24 03:43:38 30,734 86
“For most of my adult life, I chose a lifestyle of isolation aboard my sailboat, Swell. At first, solitude and the unknown brought up fears of scarcity and loneliness. But once I got out there, I realized that a slower, more isolated life holds numerous benefits, both for me and the environment.” – @captainlizclark ⁠⠀⁠⁠⠀⁠Read “Self Isolation, Learned From a Life at Sea” by Captain Liz Clark on #thecleanestline. Link’s in bio. “For most of my adult life, I chose a lifestyle of isolation aboard my sailboat, Swell. At first, solitude and the unknown brought up fears of scarcity and loneliness. But once I got out there, I realized that a slower, more isolated life holds numerous benefits, both for me and the environment.” – @captainlizclark ⁠⠀⁠
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Read “Self Isolation, Learned From a Life at Sea” by Captain Liz Clark on #thecleanestline. Link’s in bio.
2020/05/20 03:01:15 30,285 74
“Horses need these new jobs. If they’re already ending up in zoos and museums and if cowboys and hunters are swapping them for quads, what lies ahead for our beloved equines?” ⁠⠀⁠⠀Read how Maddy Butcher, executive director of the Best Horse Practices Summit, advocates for equine therapy as a way to save unwanted horses—and ourselves through the link in bio.⁠⠀⁠⠀Photo: @soulfolle “Horses need these new jobs. If they’re already ending up in zoos and museums and if cowboys and hunters are swapping them for quads, what lies ahead for our beloved equines?” ⁠⠀
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Read how Maddy Butcher, executive director of the Best Horse Practices Summit, advocates for equine therapy as a way to save unwanted horses—and ourselves through the link in bio.⁠⠀
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Photo: @soulfolle
2020/05/19 03:08:01 27,541 79
Inverted perspective. Merci, la vie. Comfort is Relative. Our Capilene Cool tech tees are made to handle all of the uncomfortable moments and the transitions between them. ⁠⁠Have any similar moments in your archives? Share them with us by tagging #ComfortisRelative⁠⁠Video: Roger Schäli of @seanvillanuevaodriscoll⁠North Face of the Eiger, 2019 Inverted perspective. Merci, la vie. Comfort is Relative. Our Capilene Cool tech tees are made to handle all of the uncomfortable moments and the transitions between them. ⁠

Have any similar moments in your archives? Share them with us by tagging #ComfortisRelative⁠

Video: Roger Schäli of @seanvillanuevaodriscoll⁠
North Face of the Eiger, 2019
2020/05/18 05:35:19 27,419 169
Through failure and success, @alexandermegos strives to be the best climber in the world. ⁠⁠Watch Through failure and success, @alexandermegos strives to be the best climber in the world. ⁠

Watch "Rotpunkt" through the link in bio. Directed by @ken_etzel and @chelcijolli.
2020/05/22 03:05:59 11,969 41
In 2012 @sheltonjenn picked up a copy of Steve Roper's “Sierra High Route: Traversing Timberline Country, Second Edition” at the ranger station in Bishop, California. Little did she know that the 195-mile route would break her down, and teach her the opposite of lonely. ⁠⠀⁠⠀⁠⠀​Read Jenn's story on The Cleanest Line through the link in bio.​⁠⠀Photo: @ken_etzel In 2012 @sheltonjenn picked up a copy of Steve Roper's “Sierra High Route: Traversing Timberline Country, Second Edition” at the ranger station in Bishop, California. Little did she know that the 195-mile route would break her down, and teach her the opposite of lonely. ⁠⠀
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​Read Jenn's story on The Cleanest Line through the link in bio.​⁠⠀
Photo: @ken_etzel
2020/05/16 07:51:40 11,824 25
When the tabanos (horse flies) won’t quit. Comfort is Relative. Our Capilene Cool tech tees are made to handle all of the uncomfortable moments and the transitions between them. Shop the collection through the link in bio. ⁠⁠Have any similar moments in your archives? Share them with us by tagging #ComfortisRelative⁠⁠Video: @_drew_smith_ Cochamo Valley, Chile, 2018 When the tabanos (horse flies) won’t quit. Comfort is Relative. Our Capilene Cool tech tees are made to handle all of the uncomfortable moments and the transitions between them. Shop the collection through the link in bio. ⁠

Have any similar moments in your archives? Share them with us by tagging #ComfortisRelative⁠

Video: @_drew_smith_
Cochamo Valley, Chile, 2018
2020/05/15 02:06:02 11,139 88
While filming Rotpunkt, @ken_etzel and @chelcijolli snapped these polaroids of the moments in-between of @alexandermegos and the crew. ⁠⁠Head on over to the @patagonia_climb account to see more. While filming Rotpunkt, @ken_etzel and @chelcijolli snapped these polaroids of the moments in-between of @alexandermegos and the crew. ⁠

Head on over to the @patagonia_climb account to see more.
2020/05/27 01:07:56 9,536 12
Seven months pregnant and apprehensive of the effect motherhood would have on her career as a professional freediver, Kimi Werner (@kimi_swimmy) took a trip to the island of Jeju in South Korea to meet her heroes, the haenyeo – a group of freediving and fishing women often regarded as Korea’s first working mother’s whose culture dates back centuries.Expecting her first child, Kimi will explore how the haenyeo represent feminine strength and resilience as a self sufficient sisterhood of diving mothers and grandmothers. As Kimi transitions from a solo underwater adventurist to a mother cultivating a family, she longs to learn from the haenyeo elders - many of which are well into their 70’s and continue to dive.Join Kimi on her journey in Lessons from Jeju, where she gains a deeper understanding of what it means to pass on her own legacy and learns motherhood for a professional athlete isn’t a roadblock but instead a path forward.Directed by Nicole Gormley (@gromlet)DP/Editor: Chris Naum (@chris_naum) Underwater DP: Justin Turkowski (@cinematowski)Audio/Translator: Nancy Kwon (@nkwon1)Produced by: Backroads Pictures (@backroadspictures) Seven months pregnant and apprehensive of the effect motherhood would have on her career as a professional freediver, Kimi Werner (@kimi_swimmy) took a trip to the island of Jeju in South Korea to meet her heroes, the haenyeo – a group of freediving and fishing women often regarded as Korea’s first working mother’s whose culture dates back centuries.

Expecting her first child, Kimi will explore how the haenyeo represent feminine strength and resilience as a self sufficient sisterhood of diving mothers and grandmothers. As Kimi transitions from a solo underwater adventurist to a mother cultivating a family, she longs to learn from the haenyeo elders - many of which are well into their 70’s and continue to dive.

Join Kimi on her journey in Lessons from Jeju, where she gains a deeper understanding of what it means to pass on her own legacy and learns motherhood for a professional athlete isn’t a roadblock but instead a path forward.

Directed by Nicole Gormley (@gromlet)
DP/Editor: Chris Naum (@chris_naum)
Underwater DP: Justin Turkowski (@cinematowski)
Audio/Translator: Nancy Kwon (@nkwon1)
Produced by: Backroads Pictures (@backroadspictures)
2020/05/28 06:59:13 8,384 66

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