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How Photographer Jimmy Chin Makes a Smoothie

Photographer Jimmy Chin might be the most famous outdoor photographer of this generation. His work regularly graces such publications as the New York Times and National Geographic, while also appearing in commercials for companies like Chase Visa. 

Jimmy is just like you and me (if you don't count the mountaineering, badass photographer bit) and likes to start his day with a smoothie. Check out how he makes it above. 

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A$AP Ferg’s Crew & Burton Snowboard Legends Take on Aspen
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A$AP Ferg’s Crew & Burton Snowboard Legends Take on Aspen

A$AP Ferg’s Crew & Burton Snowboard Legends Take on Aspen

Then drop them on the slopes in Aspen? Nothing short of mellow shredding, insane fun, teaching moments and an overload of talent across the board.  This little BTS of the day from Burton is guaranteed to make you smile with a stacked squad of Mark McMorris, A$AP, Selema, Luke Winkelmann, Jake Canter, Zeb Powell… (Does it get any cooler? Can we hang with this bunch?) Also, Zeb doesn’t look too bad in a TGR mask if we do say so ourselves! Let the good times roll and watch it

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​VIDEO: Jeremy Jones + Todd Jones Chat Conservation and The Outdoor Industry
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​VIDEO: Jeremy Jones + Todd Jones Chat Conservation and The Outdoor Industry

​VIDEO: Jeremy Jones + Todd Jones Chat Conservation and The Outdoor Industry

For Jeremy Jones, the intersection between snowboarding and climate activism has literally become a way of life. In the latest episode of See Change Sessions (a series exploring sustainability in the outdoor industry), Jeremy grabs a Sierra Nevada and chats with his brother Todd Jones, co-founder of Teton Gravity Research about taking lessons he’s learned in the mountains back into his professional life. As founder of Jones Snowboards and Protect Our Winters, he’s got his work cut out for

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​VIDEO: Chris Burkard and Mylo Fowler Explore Connection to Native Lands
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​VIDEO: Chris Burkard and Mylo Fowler Explore Connection to Native Lands

​VIDEO: Chris Burkard and Mylo Fowler Explore Connection to Native Lands

If you’ve ever wondered what it means to live as a Native American in the Southwest, give this short film from Chris Burkard and Navajo photographer Mylo Fowler a watch. It explores not only tribal culture and connection to their lands, but dives into the realities and struggles of everyday life on the Navajo Reservation. Fowler has used his voice as photographer and activist to help bring water and energy supplies to households in need and spread his vision of taking care of the land we all