Our new line of daypacks will hit the backs of people around the world in Fall 2014. The naming scheme pays homage to our hometown of Vancouver, BC. For those not familiar with the geography or history of our sweet city, this blog provides a brief insight into the history of the names behind the packs.... › Read More
Nicolas Teichrob is a Vancouver Island based action sports photographer and filmer. We asked Nic to review our Carrier Duffle (35L) during his Fat Tire bike mission on Graham Island, Haida Gwaii on the West Coast of Canada this past winter. › Read More
Forrest Coots In The Cordillera Blanca Mountains: Not So Famous For Skiing. Photos by Jason Thompson.
We’ve quickly learned over the past two weeks that a ski trip to Peru really isn’t about skiing. It’s a test in the art of persistence and patience, which doesn’t come easy, you have to earn it. Initially, (after the long flight to Lima) we had an eight hour bus ride up and over a windy mountain pass from the coast to the Catholic city of Huarez, home to 120,000 who live at elevation of over 10,000 feet.... › Read More
Adam Campbell And The Hardrock 100: Matt Trappe photo
We wanted to ask Adam Campbell so much about his third place finish at the grueling Hardrock 100 Mountain Run in Silverton, Colorado, but so much had already been said. He'd been struck by lightning and he still finished on the podium. Adam sat down to give us insight on what he really thought mattered about the Hardrock 100: from how he trained for the event to paying respect to the other athletes who inspired him. › Read More
(Part 3) Norway - A Trip Through Ullr's Playground.
Spring has sprung in Northern Norway as Justin Lamoureux spends his final days exploring in Part 3 of Norway - A Trip Through Ullr's Playground... › Read More
Professional photographers take thousands, or more accurately, millions of photos over a career. While many of their images will get published in magazines or online, there are those images that stand out to them as their favourites.  We asked a few of our photographers to send us two of their favourite shots, published or not… Here are two from Arc’teryx photog Jordan Manley.  › Read More
Backlit Photography - A How-To Guide With Photographer Adam Barker (photo by Adam Barker)
Arc'teryx photographer Adam Barker gives 6 tips for mastering backlit photos - an art photographers of all abilities can agree has its challenges. Adam gets both technical and specific here and provides us with some incredible images to support his claims... › Read More
Mags 99, Where's Waldo And Learning: The Squamish Mountain Festival Guide 2014: Brian Goldstone photo.
We sat down with Arc'teryx staffer Justin Sweeny to get the lowdown on the upcoming Squamish Mountain Festival, which is comin' up quick July 16-20. This is the 9th year of the event and the weekend in Squamish promises something for anyone into rock, ropes and hanging out with great people - and will include the best burritos in the Sea To Sky Corridor!  › Read More
EMJ: Ines Papert Walks Away For Safety's Sake
“This is the most challenging project of my life,” says Ines, and laughs when she explains all the different factors that are needed for the Eiger-Mönch-Jungfrau Project (EMJ): good climbing conditions on the mountain faces, perfect wind for flying, a very long day out, hard climbs and, on top of that, the paragliding. Unfortunately, the two most important pieces of this project (weather and wind) did not come together this spring for Ines and her climbing partner, Thomas Senf. › Read More
Florian Reichert - Arc'teryx Running Athlete
Arcteryx Athlete Florian Reichert shares his experience at the recent Zegama Aizkorri Skyrunning World Series event in Spain before the upcoming world Championships in Mont Blanc. › Read More