For many of us, the start of the COVID-19 pandemic left us scratching our heads with what to do with our time. Some of us turned to adventure to fill the hours, exploring close to home and getting to know ourselves and our loved ones better than ever before. Others took to re-inventing their lives, and that’s exactly what these three friends from Los Angeles did. Losing jobs meant unlimited free time, and the crowds and concrete jungle of LA no longer felt like the right choice. With the world screeching to a halt, the boys decided to get out of the Covid-19 chaos of the city. Their goal was Montana, and the means to get there, trainhopping. To them, there was no better way to let out the bottled in energy from being on pandemic lock down. They brought 15 rolls of Super 8mm film and documented the journey in the short film No Signal. It sure is a unique way to experience the beautiful landscapes and people of the American West. How about via hammock hung on a speeding freight train? Oh, and you’d be surprised who’s willing to give you a ride out there on the road.
94 miles + 24,000 feet of climbing all the way around Washington’s Mt. Rainier. How long do you think that would take you? 10 days to enjoy it and take in the vistas? Sounds about right. Well, how about 19 hours? That’s all it took The North Face Team athlete and trail runner Kaytlyn Gerbin’s to set a new female FKT on one of the most grueling courses in the country. is a trip deep into the pain cave with Gerbin and her support team as she runs a record pace on the Wonderland Trail: 18h 41m
Stereotypes are nothing more than preconceived perceptions, yet they can do so much harm. If we listen to them, they can close doors, create barriers, and keep us from being our best selves. But if we ignore them? That’s when the real magic happens. is a new short film from Salomon that follows three women who’ve disregarded stereotypes completely. It tells the story of a single mother and member of the first all-female firefighting team in South Africa; a Chinese-born structural engineer
In freediver Kimi Werner’s eyes, the ocean has always been a second mother for her. At times, it's been a space for comfort and nurturing, as well as, a space for growth and overcoming challenges. Now, Werner is a mother herself, and is learning what she can offer as a mom to her son. The beautiful short film explores this new exciting chapter in her life while reflecting on her history with free diving and the sea.