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"During the running season, I run an average of 2-3 hours a day in the mountains with longer runs once of twice a week that are more specific to the race I’m preparing. In the winter I don’t run as much, but stay in shape skiing, biking and climbing".

HikinginFinland.com talks to Arc'teryx athlete Joe Grant about running up hills, down hills, in the snow and all over the world as well as running his own business - Alpine Works.

interview - http://hikinginfinland.com/2015/02/mountain-people-joe-grant.html
Joe Grant is a Ultrarunner and Running Coach who loves the mountains.
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“As we spent more time with the FL45, we noticed more and more little details that make using it more pleasurable…”

A detailed review of the functional, durable and lightweight Alpha FL 45 pack by Trek & Mountain

Review - http://www.trekandmountain.com/tested-arcteryx-alpha-fl45/
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Minimal functional design. This is the right way
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"In vertical situations, every gram and cubic centimeter climbers carry is a burden. Minimizing is essential..."

Our friends at Mountain Life Magazine give you the lowdown on everything you need to know about the Psiphon SL Pullover and Pants, a good addition to any gear list.

Review -> http://www.mountainlifemag.ca/2015/02/gear-granite-arcteryx-psiphon/
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We released the winning images from the Pro category of the King of Dolomites photo contest yesterday, and today we celebrate the ‘Wannabe’ category winners for their amazing photos from the Dolomites.

1st place: Diego Caldieraro 
2nd place: Maurizio Fasano 
3rd place: Alessandro Pianalto
**Photographer Zoya Lynch took home the judges ‘Special Mention’ in the Pro category.

For a full recap of the event head over to ->
http://blog.arcteryx.com/guy-fattal-wins-king-dolomites-2015

http://blog.arcteryx.com/guy-fattal-wins-king-dolomites-2015
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“At -30c things actually improved a little bit because the mist coming off the falling water tended to freeze before it could hit us”.

Arc'teryx ice climbing athlete Will Gadd writes about what it took to film his Helmcken Falls climb for Reel Water Productions’ ‘Frozen Titans’.

Bird Blog -> http://blog.arcteryx.com/arcteryx-athlete-will-gadd-recalls-helmcken-falls
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A new king has been crowned!
The King of Dolomites ended with a fresh coating of knee-deep powder. Heavy snowfall in the morning turned to blue sky, showcasing the best of San Martino and Dolomite scenery. Athletes and photographers headed out for a no-stress ski day without shooting while judges Riky Felderer, Stefano Vegliani and Emilio Previtali spent the entire day in front of their screens selecting the winning shots. 
At the end of the day a large crowd gathered in the center of San Martino to watch the new king be crowned. The winning team consisted of Guy Fattal (photographer, 23, Israel), Dorian Konrad (pictured skier 20, Austria), Lukas Reittner (skier, 21, Austria). Despite the young age of the winning team, judges were impressed by the high level of photography skill and the amazing black and white image with magical composition that truly epitomizes the beauty of the Dolomites.
Keep an eye out for more pics from all KOD photographers in the upcoming week!
Viva il King of Dolomites!
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“The ice climbing is what impressed me the most, though. It was the first time I had ever ice-climbed, so I had no idea what to expect. I am a pretty avid rock climber so I didn’t think it could be that much different, but I was very wrong”.

Montana based professional photographer Morgan Phillips travelled to Alberta, Canada for the first time and writes about his adventures.

Bird Blog - http://blog.arcteryx.com/professional-photographer-morgan-phillips-gets-wild-alberta
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 A short behind the scenes look at the 2015 King of Dolomites photo competition that took place in San Martino di Castrozza,  Italy, Feb 20-22.  
 
Congratulations to all the photographers and athletes for producing some amazing imagery while adapting to changing weather and snow conditions though out the competition!
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“Endured through a night at 20,000 feet in Pakistan with a broken leg. I sat there and patiently accepted my mistake, while shivering and somehow maintaining a positive attitude through it all”.

Arc’teryx athlete Greg Hill talks to Gear Patrol about avalanches, dismembered fingers and walking up mountains.

Interview -> http://gearpatrol.com/2015/02/19/greg-hill-interview/
GP contributor Peter Koch interviews ski mountaineer Greg Hill.
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I'm not sure if it gets more hard core than that. That's some serious vertical feet
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‘I live my life as a nomad and I wouldn’t have it any other way".
Arc'teryx athlete Jonathan Siegrist visited Switzerland for the first time last year and dialed in two 8c second ascents along the way.
EP3 of 'Nomad' is live on EpicTV Adventure
Der Bauch is an amazing climbing crag above Engelber, Switzerland with access to a handful of huge sport pitches from a ledge system that you have to approach through via ferrata and steep hiking. As soon as you leave the ground you have immense exposure and when you're topping out the 40 meter routes you have well over 300 meters of air below your ass. Jonathan Siegrist and his friends spent a beautiful summer night bivyed up there - tars overhe...
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"The Therme was the favourite of our testers, winning our Editors' Choice award for best winter jacket. The combination of warmth, weather resistance, and useful features in a beautiful package all played a part in making this coat stand out above the competition."

OutdoorGearLab has chosen our Therme Parka as their Editor's Pick.

See the full review - > http://linkis.com/outdoorgearlab.com/qS6TY
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What does a world class climbing athlete keep in their pack to keep them going? Arc’teryx athlete Nina Caprez let’s you in on what she carries in her pack when heading out to climb multi pitch routes, including her favourite Arc'teryx pieces.
Full list here from +Petzl http://www.petzl.com/en/Sport/News/2015-2-16/What-s-in-Nina-Caprez-s-pack-?l=INT#.VOj-bUJdWzD
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Introduction
Arc’teryx was founded in Vancouver, BC, Canada in 1991, where it maintains its Worldwide Head Office, design studios, and main manufacturing facilities.

Driven by innovation, Arc’teryx was founded to build better gear. We didn’t just focus on incremental advancements, but on radically improving the status quo. We began with climbing harnesses and then proceeded to tackle packs and apparel with the same single-minded obsession for creating the lightest, best performing, and highest quality products available. To realize our vision we’ve created groundbreaking new construction technology, developed paradigm-shifting designs and harnessed major fabric technology developments.

The resulting deluge of recognition, and mimicry, has cemented our reputation at the pinnacle of the outdoor world. Our designers strive not to better the competition, but to challenge assumptions about how outdoor products should be built. Their visionary thinking is fused with our proprietary construction processes and our unrivalled craftsmanship to create the best outdoor gear made. Regardless of product, by selecting our brand you're insured that your Arc’teryx product will be one of the most innovative and superbly crafted packs, harnesses or mountain apparel pieces available.

As the next season arrives, we continue to raise the bar for the industry by introducing superior advancements in fit and fabrics, and revising and developing new products. A concentrated mountain core quests for new horizons, and we work feverishly to supply innovative solutions. We refine, tailor and hone until revolutions emerge. Intrinsically linked with the future, we passionately stoke this evolution in action.