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By Eric Liddle

Mt. Bailey - The Spring Skiing Secret

By Brandon Alves Spring is a time of change; trees are filling in with bright green leaves, flowers are bursting open, the sun is beaming down strobes of hotness and legs are coming out of hibernation. The damn snow is melting, and that means ski season is almost over.Well, aside from the legs part, let’s just say some of us aren’t totally ready to give up on winter. As a mountain man, a sense of urgency overcame me as I realized the days of snow are numbered. I needed one last big day. I heard it was Mt. Bailey’s last week of cat ski operations, so I rallied the crew and headed for the mountain. Strike missions like this are always the best because...

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By Nick Daniels

Pacifico Moon - A Trip Through Baja

It was that time of the year, I needed an adventure. I had been itching for an escape and a road trip along the Baja coast had been at the top of my bucket list for a long time. I consulted my good friend Google and began planning our trip around what would become my first experience surfing under a full moon. Browsing stories of perfect, moonlit waves in Scorpion Bay had me out of my chair and packing before the first leg of the trip was planned. One month later, and about 500 miles south of home, we woke up at the beginning of the Baja peninsula. My Dad and good friend Connor were up early with an urgency to the...

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By Sam Rossi

The Wonder's Pace

Sitting in my backyard located miles away from anything I’m somewhat familiar with, I realize something simple about myself and my preferences - I’m no fan of concrete. Santiago and its 7 million inhabitants have inadvertently eroded my sense of expression and freedom while simultaneously urging me to experience and explore like never before. Here in this concrete jungle thoughts flow as though a dam were placed at the headwaters of my consciousness.  One thought squeezes through like a lone salmon returning from the ocean to swim its way upstream - flopping up and over the various obstructions in its path. What brought me to the other side of the globe? Just as soon as the question appeared, it vanished...

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By Sam Rossi

NOMADIC WAVES

“Exposed to the elements, the landscape is raw, desolate and incredible. There’s nothing around apart from tropical heaving coastlines. Sitting out in the equatorial warm water, you realize that there’s nothing between you and finding peace amongst chaos and freedom. In between sets, it can be incredibly calming, as you clear your mind of all thought, just be in the moment…” You know who you are, or at least you are learning about yourself. You know your habits and routines when in a comfortable environment, like home. Home is where family and friends tend to be. Home is where life is easy. Home is where love comes to bloom. They say that home is where the heart is, but you...

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By Jordan Basile

INTRODUCING THE DESO SUMMER PRODUCT LAUNCH [PART ONE]

The first wave of our new summer offerings have arrived at the brand new desosupply.com.  Staying true to our roots, all garments and caps were cut and sewn right here in California.  Using sustainable materials like rayon from bamboo and 100% GMO-free organic cotton, our new women's tees and tanks are as soft as ever and designed to look and feel better with age.  The Jaybird Tank (pictured below) is already a fan favorite alongside the popular fit of our basic staples including the Pyramid Tank and Southwest Tee. This initial release also includes our new signature caps featuring DWR (durable water repellent) treatment and our classic five-panel camper construction.  The Flag Camper Cap (pictured below) is your perfect companion for overnight trips in the Sierra or long days...

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