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The Best Adventure Books You Should Read Right Now, Published By Patagonia

Por: Forbes Life January 22, 2021

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Snow capped mountains, a grassy meadow, and a good book. getty You may be questioning why an outdoor apparel and gear company would get into book publishing. To answer that, you’d have to know about ethos. Founder, Yvon Chouinard, learned how to rappel in 1953 due to his love of falconry, which lead to rock climbing, followed by an interest in blacksmithing to create and sell climbing hardware. Adventure garb came next. Patagonia, since 1985,... + full article



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