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Books

Rapha's New Photo Book Goes Inside Lachlan Morton's Alt Tour de France
New Photo Book Goes Inside Pro Cyclist Lachlan Morton's Epic Alt Tour de France

The inside story on how, instead of riding with the rest of the pros, Lachlan Morton bikepacked the entire 2021 Tour route by himself

New Book "Surfer Magazine: 1960-2020" Chronicles 60 Years of Culture
Surfing’s Now-Extinct Print Mag Gets a Worthy Retrospective in New Hardcover Book

With more than 300 pages of photos and journalism, the book is a visual homage to surf culture's leading publication, which prematurely closed in 2020

"It Was Good" Photo Book Celebrates Type Two Fun in the High Sierra
Photo Book "It Was Good" Celebrates Type Two Fun in California's High Sierra Range

New 352-page hardcover by self-taught photographer & mountaineer Josh Endres documents 10 years worth of high alpine adventure

DAYBREAK Is a New Magazine Celebrating Adventure & Design
Inside DAYBREAK, the Print Magazine Combining Gritty Adventure with Good Design

200 glossy pages of analog inspiration by the likes of Ben Moon, Judianne Thomson, Jamestown Revival, and magazine founder Tommy Moore

Desire Discrimination Determination–Black Champions in Cycling
New Archival Image Collection Highlights the Highs & Lows of Cycling While Black

The groundbreaking historical collection underscores the lack of diversity and shortcomings of one of the world's most popular sports

8 Print Magazines at the Intersection of Outdoors, Creativity & Design
Print Mags for the Adventurous Reader at the Intersection of Outdoors, Creativity & Design

Established magazines and DIY zines for those dreaming of vast landscapes, pushing boundaries, and a gentler way of being outdoors

New Art Book "Heroes" Celebrates Influential Women in Snowboarding
New Film Photo Book Celebrates the Most Influential Women in Snowboarding

The artful hardcover by French film photographer Jérôme Tanon features personal stories and insightful imagery of snowboard's most progressive women

Photographer Daniel Fuller Offers Fresh Perspectives on Seascapes
Photographer and Pro Surfer Daniel Fuller Offers Fresh Perspectives on Seascapes

Aptly titled "Liquid Horizons" presents an abstracted, emotive body of work born of a life at sea

'Portraits de Villes' Photo Book Series Captures Summer in Aspen
'Portraits de Villes' Photo Book Series Captures Aspen in Summer

Cowboys and cabins, fly fishers and camping—Colorado takes center stage as the latest location in the ongoing series of city-centric photo books

10 Outdoor Books by BIPOC Writers to Expand Your Perspective
10 Outdoors Books by BIPOC Writers to Add to Your Summer Reading List

Educate yourself with these books on environmental justice, structural racism, and outdoor experiences by Black, Indigenous, and POC writers

Photographer Forrest Smith on Life Adrift and His New Book “Wilder"
Photographer Forrest Smith Shares His 5 Favorite Moments From New Book "Wilder"

Reflecting on a thoughtful project spanning four years of photography, nine states, a handful of countries, and a lifetime of experience

The 7 Best Lean-tos & Shelters on the Appalachian Trail
The 7 Best Lean-tos & Shelters on the 2,200 Mile Appalachian Trail

According to thru-hiker, photographer, author of new book "The Appalachian Trail: Backcountry Shelters, Lean-Tos, and Huts"

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