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BASE editorial team • May 16, 2022

First ever all-black team Summits Everest

Almost doubling the number of black climbers to reach the world’s highest point

BASE editorial team • May 12, 2022

Running Up For Air

Patagonia event to raise awareness of air pollution returns to Europe

BASE editorial team • May 04, 2022

Finisterre Launch Full Coverage Swimsuit

A full-coverage swimsuit to empower women with the choice of what they wear in the water

Tried. Tested. Assessed.

Gear reviews and spotlights

ReviewChris Hunt • May 12, 2022

Review: Oakley Aro 3 MIPS Helmet

Well ventilated, light and highly protective helmet suited for road and gravel

ReviewRupert Shanks • April 07, 2022

66˚NORTH X HEIMPLANET The CAVE XL REVIEW

The 3-4 person inflatable geodesic 4-season season tent

The B3 crampon-compatible toe rand and insulated Vibram soles of a pair of Scarpa Phantom 6000 high altitude mountaineering boots © David Pickford / BASE

SpotlightChris Hunt • October 02, 2020

Sole Survivors

Rubber is one of the go-to materials of our time. It’s in everything, from car tyres to clothing. But where did it all begin? And what’s the future of rubber soles as materials technology continues to evolve?

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Roaming all corners of the globe, they share their incredible tales, experiences and guidance through BASE to inspire us all to live more adventurously.

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VideoBASE editorial team • May 16, 2022

Jet Suit Takes on Helvellyn

Reaching the summit of one of the highest Lake District peaks in 3mins 30 seconds

StoryAlex Metcalfe • May 13, 2022

The Mercuriality of The Scottish Highlands

8 lessons from a first winter season climbing in Scotland

VideoBASE editorial team • May 13, 2022

Danny MacAskill Schooled in the Art of Wheelie

In his latest film ‘Do A Wheelie’

Oliver Armann and Ueli Staub take a moment to appreciate their surroundings and asses their next steps as they begin their portage through the Eye of the Needle Canyon.

StoryDavid Weimer • May 10, 2022

Savage Paradise

Packraft exploration of the Tatonduk Valley – Yukon Territory

StoryHannah Mitchell • May 09, 2022

The Motherhood Movement

Shauna Coxsey on an active and adventurous pregnancy

StoryKieran Creevy • Apr 26, 2022

Echoes from the Canyon

An paddleboard journey through the canyons of Catalonia