Whistler Windbreaker

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Whistler Windbreaker

The Whistler Windbreaker is self-healing, featherweight, and functional—in short, it’s the jacket that does it all. Your perfect travel piece, the Whistler will keep you protected from winds while serving as an easy-to-pack layer, from the mountains to the city and beyond.

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Kachula Adventure Blanket

Kachula Adventure Blanket

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Blankets

Use it as a blanket, travel pillow, light sleeping bag, or even an emergency poncho. Snap multiple Kachulas together for a modular blanket system. It's no wonder Outside Magazine named the Kachula one of the Best Adventure Blankets of the year.

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Hammocks

Hammocks

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Packed with Features

Keep yourself cool and relaxed anywhere you go. The Loafer Hammock packs into itself and is always ready for an adventure.

Switchback Shirt

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Made from Recycled Coffee Grounds

Spent coffee grounds are mixed and melted down with recycled plastic bottles to create the fibers for our innovative Switchback shirt. Each shirt contains the equivalent of three cups of coffee grounds and 10 plastic bottles. This result is an adventure shirt that keeps you cool, comfy, and looking sharp.

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Diamond Socks

Diamond Socks

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Made from Recycled Coffee Grounds

Coffee is a naturally odor-absorbing material and by weaving the grounds into the fibers, odors are trapped as you sweat.

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Evolution Joggers

Evolution Joggers

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Evolution Joggers: Made from Recycled Coffee Grounds

We are back with the perfect pair to our Evolution Hoodie; the Evolution Joggers. Like our hoodie, they are made from recycled coffee grounds, use a waterless dye technique, and are so soft, you'll want to live in them. Equipped with hidden zipper pockets, they make travel days carefree and pickpocketing a thing of the past.

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Hats

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Tees

Tees

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    Into the Desert x Coalatree

    I’m not sure what it is but the desert speaks to me. It has this energy that I am oddly attracted towards. I find myself going out here all too often. This time, the trip was filled with some odd experiences that were hard to describe and gave more meaning to the slogan “The Land of Enchantment.”

  • Ferment : The Origins of a Home Bakery

    Ferment : The Origins of a Home Bakery

    What’s not to love about bread, bikes, and pursuing a business dream with your best friend? For Rafaelo Infante and Andre Gruber, there’s not a whole lot, as they combined all three in their booming bread business, Ferment. They have only been baking for about 6 months but are already cranking out an impressive amount of bread from their home in Boulder, CO.
  • The Thin Webbed Line

    The Thin Webbed Line

    One of the most liberating things about action and adventure sports is there is no mastery, only progression. This is why high-lining is so appealing to me. When I first saw videos of people walking between cliffs on thin webbing I thought it was the ultimate sport; something I wanted to participate in, photograph and dedicate serious time to.