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2020 Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts Under $50

2020 Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts Under $50

Working on a tight budget? We found stocking stuffers that are more than just knickknacks. Photo credit: Keri Bascetta You know th...
Gift Guide 2019: How to Use Colors to Impress Your Loved Ones This Year

Gift Guide 2019: How to Use Colors to Impress Your Loved Ones This Year

 

Made in Colorado: Dolls, Decadent Desserts & More

Made in Colorado: Dolls, Decadent Desserts & More

While studying at the Art Institute of Chicago, Heather Mullins started repurposing materials into furniture about five years ago. She came acros...
Apres Ski Jewelry: A Second Life for Used Skis

Apres Ski Jewelry: A Second Life for Used Skis

When you truly love your gear, there’s no easy way to say goodbye. I loved my Salomon Rockettes until the topsheets were splintered, the bases we...
Woman In The Wild: Heather Mullins

Woman In The Wild: Heather Mullins

As part of Outdoor Project's Women In the Wild series this summer, I have had the honor of working with outdoor women from all over the industry to dig a bit deeper into who they are, how they got to where they are now, how they approach the outdoors, and more. These women are all rad in their own right, regardless of where they come from, what they look like, or how "badass" they might be. 

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Jewelry Company Gives a New Meaning to the Phrase Après-Ski While providing Skis With a New Life

Jewelry Company Gives a New Meaning to the Phrase Après-Ski While providing Skis With a New Life

Social media fascinates me. You post something, people like it, and next thing you know, you are insta-friends.  Read more on All About Apres Blog 
The life-changing magic of re-purposing gear: The Alaskan art of frugality

The life-changing magic of re-purposing gear: The Alaskan art of frugality

Luc Mehl looks at a map of Alaska the way a carpenter looks at a stack of 2x4s, or the way Heather Mullins sees a pair of old skis. To Luc, the topo lines of his home state are filled with possibilities to see things in a new light. He looks at his gear in the same way.
Reuse is a radical act: Protect our winters by giving old skis a shiny second life

Reuse is a radical act: Protect our winters by giving old skis a shiny second life

Big names like Patagonia, REI, and Outside Magazine are giving us more options to find reused and recycled gear this year. We can make a big impact by reducing our consumption and re-using existing products and materials. For the past few years, Heather Mullins has been re-imagining the beauty of retired skis. Tinkering in her studio a few seasons ago, she discovered a way to give skis a second life by transforming them into wearable works of art.