Graham Hiemstra

Field Mag's benevolent overlord, formerly of the PNW and now residing in NYC. We apologize in advance for his many mispellings.

Chaco Introduces Grateful Dead Collaboration Sandals

Deadheads Rejoice: Chaco Now Makes Grateful Dead Sandals

New webbing and category-first printed footbeds celebrate the iconic band with some serious, exclusive deadhead ~vibes~

A SOBO Family Reunion Along the Pacific Crest Trail

Finding Solitude Hiking SOBO on the Pacific Crest Trail

Four old-timers trade city life for a few days in truly remote country in the heart of the Great Northwest

Book Report: Jim Olson: Building, Nature, Art

Seattle Architect Jim Olson on Finding Inspiration in Nature

New hardcover surveys 50 years of designing award-winning buildings that organically exist in harmony with nature

Q&A: Artist David Buckley Borden & the Hemlock Hospice Project

How One Designer Is Using Art to Inspire Action on Climate Change

How the demise of the eastern hemlock at the mouth of an invasive insect inspired a site-specific installation created to educate the masses about ecology and climate change

Afield Out Introduces Punk-Inspired Apparel for Outsiders

Afield Out Introduces Punk-Inspired Line for Outsiders

A look at the debut collection of outdoor apparel and equipment from the new California brand

Tanner Goods has Vintage to Sell and a Story to Tell

Tanner Goods has Vintage to Sell and a Story to Tell

The Portland-based lifestyle purveyor introduces BĀS, a collection of rare vintage military garms backed by a science fiction storyline worth buying into

Homecamp: Stories and Inspiration for the Modern Adventurer

Book Report: Homecamp, A Visual Guide to Modern Adventure

New hardcover features stunning photography & stories of natural discovery from 40+ influential creatives, Field Mag included

Spring Break Snowboards x Von Zipper Glacier Glasses

Spring Break Collaboration Glacier Glasses

A modern interpretation of the mountaineering classic, built in Italy to last for many missions to come

Why the January Pilgrimage to Ski Japan Is Worth Every Penny

Journey to the Land of the Rising Sun, and Endless Powder

A visual recap of Japanuary, a 10-day trip to experience the legendary dry powder that makes Hokkaido a worldwide destination

Q&A: Filmmaker and Director of Vans LANDLINE Tanner Pendleton

Meet the Filmmaker Behind Vans Snowboarding's First Full Length Film

A conversation with the emerging filmmaker on the process of shooting a modern snowboard video almost entirely on 16mm film

A Guide to Japanuary, the Annual Ski & Snowboard Powder Pilgrimage

Japanuary: A First Timer's Guide to Skiing & Snowboarding Japan

Expert tips on travel, preparation, and gear selection for Hokkaido bound powder hounds

PowderJets and the Sunday Morning Series

PowderJets and the Sunday Morning Series

Artist Scott Lenhardt lends his talents to a series of handcrafted snowboards specially designed for Utah's legendary powder

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