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I’ve heard of terrible conditions for chickens and livestock before getting eaten by the masses, but I’ve never considered the way they are treated just for down products. This rad new video by the legendary Geoff McFetridge tells the scary tale of where conventional down products come from. All Patagonia down products now contain only 100% Traceable Down that can be traced back to birds that were never force–fed, never live–plucked – and they don’t allow blended down, period. Learn more at:

www.patagonia.com/us/traceable-down
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Check out Cyrus Sutton’s new parody ad about sustainable farming. Very informative stuff that isn’t common knowledge about where our food comes from and how it affects the enironment, but definitely should be. Also, be sure to donate to the Island Earth Kickstarter project – only 3 days left!

www.kickstarter.com
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Vice sails to the North Pacific Gyre, collecting point for all of the ocean’s flotsam and home of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch: a mythical, Texas-sized island made entirely of our trash. Originally aired back in 2008 as a 3 part series (this is just part 1), who knows what the current state of this trashy soup mass in the middle of the ocean. Check out all 3 parts here:

Part 1/3: http://bit.ly/Garbage-Island-1
Part 2/3: http://bit.ly/Garbage-Island-2
Part 3/3: http://bit.ly/Garbage-Island-3

www.vice.com
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The cars rumbled in bright and early to bask together in the morning sunshine as the guttural ensemble of air cooled internal combustion serenaded the parking lot and echoed off the walls of Deus Ex Machina in Venice, California on Sunday the 7th of September, 2014 as they played host to Luftgekühlt – A celebration of Zuffenhausen’s finest air-cooled cars. And quite a celebration it was, thanks to the thoughtful orchestration by Porsche factory racer Patrick Long and Howie Idelson who assembled the all-star cast of some of the rarest icons and familiar Porschephiles in the arena. Needless to say, the sight of these beautiful machines thoughtfully aligned and squeezed into the bite-sized downtown Venice Beach parking lot was glorious to behold.

www.deuscustoms.com

Jamie McLellan is a product designer who runs a small studio in Auckland, New Zealand out of a converted boatshed – literally right on the water. This is one of the raddest office spaces I have ever seen. Check out the full interview and photo feature here:

www.vitra.com
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Winter is coming, and nothing gets us more excited for some fresh pow pow than this Japan By Van series. There are no ski areas on the peaks above the historic village of Shirakawa-go, but it’s surrounded by great skiing—as long as you’re willing to hike for it. Join Carston Oliver, Eliel Hindert, Pep Fujas and Makoto Takeishi as they take to the hills to discover the meaning of “Deep” in the Shirakawa backcountry. This Sweetgrass Productions short is Episode Two in Patagonia’s Find Away series.

www.patagonia.com
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This week’s dose of surf porn takes us back to Portugal with Kelly Slater (before his toe injuries in Fiji) where he tackles the deep tubes breaking over the shallow slab of The Cave.

www.surftotal.com
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The Geneology of Innovation is a sweet 3D motion graphics film that tracks back to Nike’s humble beginnings and takes us on a journey through their key innovative designs across seven, game-changing eras! 7 Films, 43 years of history and 200 shoes, all in under 2 minutes.

www.goldenwolf.tv
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Acid is a magazine that looks at the world with curiosity and humility, using surfing as an entry point. “In Issue 3 we have put together an eclectic mix of stimulating topics, like the story of a slovenian surfer; a critical take on Hawaii in the winter; things you didn’t know about buoys; Will Adler’s touching photography; a surf music collection by a non-surfer; Durban’s weird and wonderful details photographed by Roger Jardine; line-up slang defined; poetic-fun surf photography. And more to enjoy.” Each limited run issue is truly a gem, make sure you get your copy quick!

www.acidsurfing.com
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