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adidas TERREX: Saving the World One Shoe at a Time

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All this talk about climate change and pollution can be overwhelming. Hearing about shrinking icebergs and the poor polar bears, unpredictable weather threatening skiing (among other slightly less important things like wildfires or floods), contamination of land and water, and the fact that our government doesn’t recognize that it exists, all makes me want to curl up in a ball …

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Christopher Blevins Student Spotlight: CalPoly’s Cycling Clark Kent

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Meet Christopher Blevins, a college student like the rest of us. He goes to go class, does copious amounts of homework, hangs out with friends, and spends a lot of time doing cool things. But for Chris, one of the many really cool things he does is more than a hobby. Chris is a world-ranked, globe-traveling professional cyclist in both …

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College Outside officially discontinues all men’s gear, says guys can just buy larger female sizes

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April 1, 2018 — Ladies and women, females and girls, get your typewriters and fountain pens ready because today marks a momentous occasion that will go down in history books for all of eternity. College Outside, the world-famous collegiate outdoor gear retailer, has officially disbanded all men’s gear on their website. Why, might you ask? Feminism of course. In an …

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What the Outdoor Industry Could Learn About Equality from College Students

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Ask me who my favorite pro outdoor athletes are, and I’ll list 300 skiers right off the bat. Shane McConkey, of course, the legend. Sammy Carlson, have you seen that boy bounce through powder in his To Be edit? Candide Thovex, enough said. Yes, all my idols are skiers because I’m obsessed and winter is coming (hallelujah!), but there’s something …