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Georgie Abel Takes the Dynamic Pant to the Top

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Georgie Abel Takes the Dynamic Pant to the Top   Ever since I started climbing, I’ve been searching for the perfect pair of pants. I found brands that were either stylish, durable, or comfortable, but never all of the above. Thankfully, the new Dynamic Pants from Stonewear Designs are cute enough to wear out to […]

New HERA Climb4Life event in California

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One of our Ambassadors, Natalie Duran host of shares her experience volunteering at the new HERA event in Califronia this year… This year I was lucky to be apart of the HERA Foundation Climb4Life event in Santa Ana, CA. I joined in with the climbing community to help spread awareness and stop the loss of […]

Hoody Review: Take on the Rocks in the Lola Hoody

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Hoody Review: Take on the Rocks in the Lola Hoody by Terri Barry This last August, as a brand new Stonewear Designs Ambassador, I thumbed through the Fall 2013 Stonewear Designs catalog. The first item I chose was the Lola Hoody. The fabric alone was enough to get my attention. Performance Jersey, 89% polyester and […]

The Women’s Wilderness Institute: Empowerment in the Outdoors

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The Women’s Wilderness Institute: Empowerment in the Outdoors by Tali Koziol The first time I went climbing was with a boyfriend. It sucked. He said he would teach me, and he did. He taught me how to belay. Really well. Turns out my fella only wanted a Belay Bunny. When he let me try a […]

Running at Any Age: How Old is Too Old?

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Running at Any Age: How Old Is Too Old? By Terri Barry My sister-in-Law, Karen Karbo, an awesome bestselling author recently coined this phrase: “Imagine a life where you are never too anything for anything.”  -Karen Karbo Coming home from my most recent climbing trip my climbing partner, in his mid-30’s, asked me if I […]

When Is Enough?

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By Lizzy Scully “Enough” isn’t a concept I understand very well. My longtime climbing/personal trainer, Chris, says, “Lizzy, you just need to stop. Don’t do that extra push-up or crunch. Stop well before you get tired. Just stop.” Chris has been saying this to me ever since I met him, and for most of my […]

On Mountain Biking + Being Humbled

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By Dana Waggener I consider myself an outdoor athlete. I consider myself fit, strong, and adventurous. I train for climbing 2-3 days a week, run 2-3 days a week, go to yoga, and complete weight training sessions on a regular basis. I train indoors to reach my goals for climbing, running, and skiing. Staying fit […]