Friday's 5 Fitness Tips — Hiking With Kids

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OK, so it’s actually 4p.m. Thursday as we publish this, but we wanted to give you some extra time to get excited about your active weekend with our Friday’s 5 Fitness Tips. This week’s tips come from Stonewear Ambassador Tami Mittan. We hope you enjoy this regular addition to the Live Stonewear! Blog. Most moms […]

Grassroots Team Member Brandi Bolli Organizes/Runs Ultra Marathon

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Stonewear Ambassador Brandi Humphrey and her husband, Jeremy, organized an Ultra Marathon on July 14 in McCall, Idaho. She had just two hours of sleep the night before the event, she said, but added that it was worth it. “The race was hard, remote, long, and the winner of the 40 miler was a woman-world […]

First Time Climber, Once in a Lifetime Climb

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Heather Cates, raised in the Grand Valley of Western Colorado, has spent a lifetime loving the mountains. Being active is an important way of life to her. And like many inspiring women, she has a bucket list of challenging activities she’d like to try. On Heather’s list: Climbing Independence Monument, located in the Colorado National […]

Move Over LBD, There Are New Threads in Town: Liberty Pant Review (Fall Line)

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My washing machine is broken. With my surplus of clothes, this really shouldn’t be a big deal. However, it does become an issue when you insist on wearing your staples repeatedly (especially when they’re black pants and the thermostat hovers around 90 degrees). You see, my black Stonewear Designs Liberty Pants came on Friday. Today […]

A Day in the Life of the Lyra Top (Fall Line)

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Most tops that have a built-in bra are not supportive enough or comfortable enough, because you can feel the elastic below your chest… The Lyra Top is a wonderful exception…here’s my actual day-to-day that happened last week… I wore my Lyra top to teach indoor cycling on a Thursday morning and realized that the built-in […]

Rockin' Pant Review (Fall Line)

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I got my first pair of Rockin’ Pants 3+ years ago. They quickly became my go-to climbing pants, and I wore them on Yosemite National Park’s big walls, England’s gritstone crags, and Colorado’s granite cracks. I chose them whenever cool temps and rough rock warranted burly, stretchy pants. For alpine rock climbing, the deep zip […]

Doing It For Me: Getting Fit After Cancer

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I stumbled my way through every childhood sport I was forced to participate in. Swim team? I would hide under my towel, only to fall asleep and upset my coach. Soccer? Stomach pains. Basketball? Well, I’m 5-feet tall (OK, 4’11 and a half). Roller hockey? I was the only girl on my team, and much […]