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Field Mag Releases New Film Photo Zine FMO2: WINTER
FM02: WINTER Is Here! Our Second Film Photo Zine Is Now Live

The follow up to our sold out SUMMER edition delivers 70 color pages of 35mm and medium format film photos from 35 of our favorite photographers

The 10 Best Hiking Sandals for Women of 2023, Tested by Women
The 10 Best Women's Hiking Sandals for Wet and Dry Adventures

Tested over hundreds of miles and different types of terrain, these hiking sandals can handle it all

Q&A: How Hyperlite Mountain Gear & Cody Townsend Made the Crux 40 Ski Pack
How Hyperlite Mountain Gear Used Pro Insight to Make the Ultimate Ski Pack

Insights from a lifetime of skiing and a quest to descend the biggest lines in North America helped the skier and brand make the end-all bag

Q&A: How NYC's AP the Angel Channels Feeling into Photography
How AP the Angel Channels Hyper-Awareness into Black & White Photography

NYC's Anthony Peterson aka AP the Angel uses vulnerability and transparency to photograph Snoop Dogg and Drake, cities, mountains, and canyons

Summit Journal's New Editor on Resurrecting the Fabled Climbing Print Mag
Summit Magazine, the Climbing World's Premier Publication, Is Back from the Dead

Editor Michael Levy discusses the legacy of Summit, which ran from 1955 to 1996, favorite archival stories, and why relaunch a print magazine in 2023

Q&A: How Athlete Anita Naidu Teaches Mountain Biking for Societal Change
How Anita Naidu is Making the Outdoors a More Inclusive Place with Mountain Biking

The pro athlete, humanitarian, and aspiring astronaut talks building community, dismantling injustice, and how mountain biking brings her joy

The Vans Duct Tape Celebrates Creativity & Surf Culture in Brazil
The Vans Duct Tape Invitational Celebrates Self Expression & Surf Culture in Brazil

Film photos from Rio De Janeiro's first Joel Tudor Duct Tape Invitational, where 32 of the world's best longboarders compete for the waves and style

How Artist Jorge Obregón Paints Mexico's Tallest Volcanos en Plein air
How Famed Mexican Painter Jorge Obregón Turns His Country's Volcanoes Into Art

Photographer Luis Ortega accompanies the acclaimed artist into the field to paint Popocatépetl, Mexico's second tallest stratovolcano

Women and the Wind: Crossing the Atlantic in a 50-Year-Old Catamaran
Women and The Wind: Sailing Across the Atlantic in a 50-Year-Old Catamaran

In 2022 three women crossed the Atlantic Ocean on a wooden catamaran to document plastic pollution and find adventure, here's how

Q&A: Gabriella Angotti-Jones on Surfing, Community, and Storytelling
I Just Wanna Surf: A Conversation With Photographer Gabriella Angotti-Jones

With her new book "I Just Wanna Surf" the LA-based photographer empowers Black folks to get in the water while challenging what surf media looks like

Q&A: Eva zu Beck on Solo Travel, How to Plan for Big Adventures & More
YouTuber, World Traveler & Overlander Eva zu Beck Doesn't Want Your Advice

The famous YouTuber shares what not to leave in the comments, overlanding highs and lows, and what she really thinks about Yellowstone National Park

Artist William Mullan Is Documenting the World's Strangest Apples
A Chat With the Artist Documenting the World's Strangest, Most Beautiful Apples

These rare looking and unique tasting apples will change everything you know about the image of an apple

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