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Journey 2.0

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  • September 7 - Journey 2.0
    For over five decades, Walter Iooss has photographed the world’s greatest athletes, including Muhammad Ali, Joe Montana, Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, Kobe Bryant, and Kelly Slater. His images have graced the cover of Sports Illustrated over 300 times. Steve Fine, SI’s director of photography, calls him the foremost sports photographer of his generation, “a fixture in American journalism to a degree I think people who see the cover of Sports Illustrated don’t know.” He’s also been called…
    By Zak Bush
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  • July 21 - Journey 2.0
    Inspired by Peru. Tested in San Francisco. We took the scenic route for Fall 2017 and immersed ourselves in the colors and textures that help make Peruvian culture so warm and inviting. After sliding the endless walls of Chicama, the longest left in the world, we spent time with our partners at Bergman Rivera and World Textile Sourcing, exploring firsthand organic cotton farming, ethical Alpaca shearing, and both factories' farm to factory process. Peru lets you appreciate…
    By Zak Bush
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  • Photographer Tom Servais’s first visit to Tavarua was in 1986. He’s been back countless times. Tom first shot Kelly in Fiji in 1992, and he’s been shooting him there ever since. “Everyone loves the Fijians,” he told me. “They know how to keep things in perspective. They just laugh and have fun. They’re very inspiring people. And that’s one of the things that keeps you going back.” Tom mined his archive and picked the following gems, presented chronologically, 25 years of Kelly Slater in Fiji—
    By Jamie Brisick
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  • May 24 - Journey 2.0
    This past October, ten entrepreneurs from around the world came together to soak up insights from sustainability leaders and Levi Strauss & Co. trailblazers. Fellows spent three days, literally from dawn to dusk, sharing ideas and challenging themselves to dig deep into the vital issue of water impact in the apparel industry. It was a transformative experience. Last summer, our co-founder and creative director, John Moore, got an email out of the blue saying he was one of the…
    By Adam Zax
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  • April 19 - Journey 2.0
    After a long winter of epic rainfall, our golden state has finally escaped a crushing drought. Everywhere you look, from overflowing creeks to canyons exploding with wildflowers, spring this year feels like one giant smile. Fresh from sunny Los Angeles, we collaborated with our friends at Mr Porter to create a limited-edition collection of gear designed to help shed those winter blues.
    By Zak Bush
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  • April 5 - Journey 2.0
    Austin Kino is a crewmember of the Hōkūle’a, a performance-accurate full-scale replica of a wa’akaulua, a Polynesian double-hulled voyaging canoe. Launched in 1975 by the Polynesian Voyaging Society, she is best known for her 1976 Hawai’i to Tahiti voyage completed with exclusively Polynesian navigation techniques. The primary goal of the voyage was to explore the anthropological theory of the Asiatic origin of native Oceanic people, of Polynesians and Hawai’ians in particular, as the…
    By Jamie Brisick
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  • March 21 - Journey 2.0
    con·tin·u·ance (n.): a past, present and future of chasing waves & making friends, a life in the water... Few people have spent as much time on the road with Kelly as friend and acclaimed surf photographer Todd Glaser. Todd has seen it all; from last minute strike missions to remote parts of the Pacific to fan frenzies in Tokyo & World Title wins. Here's his behind the scenes look into stop one of the 2017 WSL Tour: Snapper Rocks.
    By Zak Bush
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  • March 7 - Journey 2.0
    THREE GENERATIONS OF OUTERKNOWN WITH DEEP ROOTS ON THE NORTH SHORE. Oahu means 'The Gathering Place' in Hawaiian, and that's just what happened when old and new friends got together this past winter on the North Shore.
    By Zak Bush
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  • February 16 - Journey 2.0
    On January 20TH 2017, protesters blocked traffic at Los Angeles International Airport, One of America's largest travel hubs. They rallied for equality, civil rights, and to stand up against a Muslim travel ban. Photographer Abby Ross was there to document. Here are her photos. Abby Ross grew up in Stowe, Vermont and now calls Los Angeles home. With a yen for travel that has taken her everywhere from Democratic Republic of congo, Somalia and Haiti to Europe and Central America, Abby had…
    By Zak Bush
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