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By Jeannie DeLoach There are few things in life I love more than a comfortable shirt. Whether out on the trail or having a lazy day at home, I revel in snuggling something soft. Over the years, I have accrued a whole shirt drawer that sparks joy and invites cuddles. So I was naturally skeptical ...
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If you’re like me, you gave up traditional pants in 2009. After I realized it was socially acceptable to wear yoga pants to class, to work, to the gym, on the plane, to the movies, on a date, on a backpacking trip, and certain holiday parties, I never looked back. Sometimes now, even the thought ...
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If you’re like me, you gave up traditional pants in 2009. After I realized it was socially acceptable to wear yoga pants to class, to work, to the gym, on the plane, to the movies, on a date, on a backpacking trip, and certain holiday parties, I never looked back. Sometimes now, even the thought ...
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There’s nothing worse than spending a beautiful day on the water, only to open your dry bag at one point and discover that your sandwich bread is soggy with sea water or your camera not turning on or your sleeping bag heavy with wet feathers. After making several dry bag mistakes, I don’t trust just ...
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We recently caught up with Martina Brimmer, our genius bud behind Swift Industries, a bicycle bag company based in Seattle, WA. And they’re not just about making mighty fine bags. They’re about integrating a love of adventure into every stitch, fine-combing fabrics for the most durable they can find, and dreaming up new ways to ...
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I always thought losing my sight would be one of life’s most cruel punishments. To wake up in darkness, to be a stranger to Earth’s beauty, to forever miss the smiles on your mother/child/friend/lover’s face. Without my glasses, life is a blur, and sometimes I fear the totality of permanent blindness. A few years ago, ...
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Here’s a brief history of women’s running apparel summed up in a conversation: Dude designer: Hey, I’m making these running shorts for these women. Dude manager: Great, we don’t know if there’s a market for it but we’re getting a ton of requests for women’s apparel from actual women. But, you never know. What have ...
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Since I touched down on a runway in Anchorage in a blizzard, I’ve had the feeling of being magnetized to a place for reasons unknown. It was my first year out of college, when it seemed like I was stumbling along the path of least anxiety, hoping to get something right. Oddly, for me that […]
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Distance runner, traveler, adventurer, and writer Jenny Tough lives up to her name. She’s trekked and paddled her way through six continents, including the unmapped terrain of the Tien Shan mountains of Kyrgyzstan. Here’s her on goals, challenges, and what she brings on her runs.  You were the first person to run solo and unsupported […]
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When I was a grad student, one of the most life changing pieces of advice I received was to book a vacation for after our thesis defense. If I passed, I could celebrate on vacation.  And if I didn’t, I still was going on a vacation. As a student in industrial design, essentially problem solving, […]
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