Patagonia

Surfer Léa Brassy on her Icelandic surf and ski odyssey
Surf

Surfer Léa Brassy on her Icelandic surf and ski odyssey

Breaking the ice — Inspiring short film 'Being There’ documents surfer Léa Brassy and her polar explorer boyfriend Vincent Colliard’s joint adventure in search of far-flung, icy swell.

Written by: Alex King

What’s the easiest way to reduce our impact on the planet?
Culture

What’s the easiest way to reduce our impact on the planet?

If it’s broke, fix it — Patagonia’s Worn Wear European tour kicks off to help re-establish a culture of repair and life-long use, to reduce our ecological footprint.

Written by: HUCK HQ

The 24-year-long battle to protect British Columbia’s wilderness
Film

The 24-year-long battle to protect British Columbia’s wilderness

Keep Jumbo Wild — The Ktunaxa First Nation, conservationists and backcountry skiers have joined the fight against the Jumbo Glacier Resort, which threatens an area where the land is wild and skiing is a way of life.

Written by: HUCK HQ

Patagonia Legacy Collection
Culture

Patagonia Legacy Collection

Californian Coast Heritage — Huck checks out Patagonia's 40th anniversary Legacy Collection.

Written by: HUCK HQ

Vincent Stanley
Culture

Vincent Stanley

Five Thoughts — Writer, environmentalist and Patagonia's longest-serving employee, Vincent Stanley, shares some of his wisdom on our shared responsibility to nature.

Written by: D'Arcy Doran

Yvon Chouinard
Activism

Yvon Chouinard

You Are What You Do — The calm rebellion of Yvon Chouinard is inspiring a new generation of environmental custodians to stop talking, and start doing.

Written by: Michael Fordham

The Malloy Brothers
Surf

The Malloy Brothers

Blood Harmony — Evolutionary throw-aheads and emerging examples of a new breed of professional surfer, the Malloy brothers have long shunned surfing orthodoxy to do things their own way, from avoiding the pro circuit to becoming ambassadors for green brand Patagonia. In a candid roundtable chat, fuelled by Californian red and music, the Malloy trinity – Chris, Keith and Dan - open up on each other, the state of surf culture, the merits of durable threads and the urgent need to reinvent the way we grow our food.

Written by: Michael Fordham

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