After building his own truck-bed camper from scratch in Carpinteria, California, Trevor Gordon embarked on a mission to find surf and adventure in the heart of Cascadia’s Bigfoot Country.
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Banjo McLachlan transplanted to New York City a few months back. Frequenting the snow covered shores of Jersey, Banjo shares with us a few notes and pics of his aquatic experiences in the Atlantic. Surfing … continue
I love cycle touring — just love being out there in the world having an adventure. Questions answered by Kristina Stoney of World by Cycle. The questions I usually hear from others is: Isn’t it … continue
Cold water kiting need not be miserable. Check out this video of Jason Slezak and friends testing drysuits from a recent trip to Alaska. COLD STOKE There are plenty of people searching for the endless summer. But eventually … continue
Fly fishing is a powerful current that unifies an even stronger worldwide community. Tributaries is a journey to uncover the commonality among different cultures, people and water. It explores the contrasting experiences of three diverse guides … continue
Tommy Leitch from Common Ground Byron Bay recently published this article on our very own Glen Casey working his magic in the shire. It’s hard, in this world of hidden agendas, sweatshop labour and high street fashion, … continue
Australian Patagonia Ambassador Dustin Hollick talks about his humble approach to big wave surfing, his addiction to the ocean, and the juggle of being a family man and father of two. CREDITS A Short … continue
Chris Malloy recently did an interview featured in Stab Magazines Confession Box. We have reposted the article below for your reading pleasure. Chris Malloy ain’t no fairy cake. He’s the sorta man who’ll spend a … continue
With the government shutdown this past October, climbers were kicked out of Yosemite National Park. With few surrounding options, Tommy Caldwell and friends went to check out the granite at Shuteye Ridge. Fellow Patagonia climbing … continue