Deep Water
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Kohl Christensen, Ben Wilkinson and Casey Goepel wait for a break between sets on an early morning go-out at Waimea Bay. O‘ahu, Hawai‘i. JUAN LUIS DE HEECKEREN

Invitee: One Day the Eddie Ran

Choosing to skip the crowds, Otto Flores puts his local knowledge to work at a spot farther up the Puerto Rican coast. MIKE NELSON

Trusted trunks.

Board shorts should work flawlessly in the water and be made with materials that cause the least environmental harm. In stretch and static fabrics, our designs are function-driven, built to last and backed by our unequalled Ironclad Guarantee.

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Deep Water Hawai’i

In the latest episode of the Deep Water series, Kohl Christensen and Danilo Couto link up with Robert Patterson and Mikey O’Shaughnessy for a few sessions in rural Hawai’i. It doesn’t take long to see that the Big Island boys have the good life pretty well dialed.
Embracing carbon-neutral surf travel, Liz heads home to Swell after a morning session in the South Pacific. LIZ CLARK COLLECTION

The More Things Change (Trailer)

When Gerry Lopez first surfed Uluwatu, the fabled wave was pristine, magical and empty. He returned 40 years later to find it bustling and developed. After a week of surfing and yoga, however, Gerry tapped into a spirit of place that continues to endure. Presented by Patagonia, the full 26-minute film is coming soon.
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Strong suit.

With innovative blended microfiber linings that hold snug to the skin when wet, our new Nanogrip Top and Side Grip Tie Bottoms stay put through surf sessions, freedives and training paddles. Cross-back ties cinch down for a secure and fully adjustable fit, and a minimalist bottom design offers reduced drag for streamlined performance in the water.

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Let’s keep it looking this way forever. Punta de Lobos, Chile. JOE CURREN

The Fisherman’s Son

Ramón Navarro found his passion riding the biggest waves on the planet. But his accomplishments in giant surf are just one part of a bigger vision to protect the culture and environment of the Chilean coast. Watch The Fisherman's Son, recently named Best Documentary at the SURFER Poll Awards.

Help Protect Punta de Lobos
“As surfers, we all have the responsibility to protect our waves.”
—Ramón Navarro

A few years ago, Patagonia ambassador Ramón Navarro came to us with news that the shoreline of his home spot, Punta de Lobos in Chile, was in danger of being paved and privatized for large-scale condo and resort projects. We’ve seen too many unspoiled coastlines lost to thoughtless development over the years, so we knew we had to do everything we could to help. In partnership with Save The Waves, we launched the Punta de Lobos Por Siempre crowdfunding campaign, raising funds to safeguard biodiversity, protect the surf and preserve access to Lobos for all.

We’re happy to report that there has been significant progress in the last twelve months: The locally based Fundación Punta de Lobos has been created to acquire and manage land through conservation easements, and a promissory note has been written to sell the iconic property at the top of the point, known as the Mirador, solely to the Fundación. Putting our money where our mouth is, Patagonia is also matching $100,000 in donations to the campaign. The local activists and donors we’re working with have made amazing strides, but the Fundación is still in need of funds to acquire the Mirador. A difficult battle to protect the entire shoreline of Punta de Lobos still lies ahead. But if we all pull together, we can help make Ramón’s dream a reality: To preserve the fragile beauty of Punta de Lobos, now and forever.

A Few of Our Favorite Spring Suits

Ramon Navarro gives thanks for one of the best days ever at Punta de Lobos, Chile. RODRIGO FARIAS MORENO

A world first.

Introducing the world's first neoprene-free wetsuits, made with natural rubber derived from sources that are Forest Stewardship Council® certified by the Rainforest Alliance.

Coming Fall 2016

You can slow way the heck down when you travel, or you can speed way the heck up. With the wind turning onshore, Reo Stevens throws spray at one of Indonesia’s low-tide racetracks. JASON WOLCOTT