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FABRIC’s Full Trailer is Here, and it is Fantastic.

Robin Van Gyn's latest project is a 5 part docuseries that covers every corner and crevasse of everything you've ever loved. The star studded cast features womxn in the spaces of surfing, skateboarding, art, environmental activism and snowboarding - aiming to illustrate what is possible when sport is leveraged as a vehicle to affect fundamental change.

Each episode is centered sound a specific theme: From knowledge and adaptation, activism, cultural heritage and community, that "showcases a group of groundbreaking humans untied by their connections to people place and pursuit." 

Check out the full trailer here, and follow @our.fabric on Instagram for more updates on when and where you can watch! 

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VIDEO: Wyoming Bear Finds Lost GoPro
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VIDEO: Wyoming Bear Finds Lost GoPro

VIDEO: Wyoming Bear Finds Lost GoPro

Ever wonder what happens when you lose your GoPro in a crash and it flies off your helmet? Well, here’s one possible answer. This past June, a bear found a GoPro seemingly left sitting in the snow (somehow still holding a charge?) and started working those angles. Cute? Terrifying? You decide.

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VIDEO: A Conversation With Jimmy Chin and Brolin Mawejje
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VIDEO: A Conversation With Jimmy Chin and Brolin Mawejje

VIDEO: A Conversation With Jimmy Chin and Brolin Mawejje

Jackson Hole’s latest short film is a story of doing things you might have deemed impossible, except not in the traditional sense of action sports movies. This time, it’s a conversation between two voicesi in the community about creating the life they cherish today despite backgrounds that might not have led them there. Listen to Academy Award-winning filmmaker Jimmy Chin and Ugandan-born snowboarder Brolin Mawejje tell a story about their unlikely career paths and diversity in the outdoor

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​VIDEO: Rush Sturges’ New Film Is A Kayak Masterpiece
Up Next Kayak

​VIDEO: Rush Sturges’ New Film Is A Kayak Masterpiece

​VIDEO: Rush Sturges’ New Film Is A Kayak Masterpiece

If you haven’t already watched Rush Sturges’ latest whitewater film , do yourself a favor and toss it up on the ol’ tube tonight. Chronicling the story of legendary boater Scott Lindgren’s quest to paddle the four great rivers that originate from Tibet’s sacred Mount Kailash, the film dives deep into his struggle with trauma, addiction, and a life-threatening brain tumor. It’s an exploration of vulnerability within adventure sports culture and a look into mental health in high-stakes