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  1. prAna ambassadors Daila Ojeda, Alizée Dufraisse and Olivia Hsu recently traveled through Europe.
    Motivated to explore more challenging climbing routes and inspired to connect with the unique cultures and people of each destination. They hosted unique women's climbing & yoga workshops to empower and motivate local women along the way...
    Learn more about the these amazing women at prana.com/life/ambassadors

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  2. PrAna Ambassador Steph Davis shares her search for connection and perfection on the sandstone cliffs of Moab, Utah.

    Learn more about Steph at prana.com/life/ambassadors/

    *Be sure to watch the video in full screen and HD for best viewing experience.

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  3. prAna ambassador Jimmy Webb packs up his Colorado apartment to embark on a multi - continent climbing extravaganza.
    Before going abroad, he sends a handful of mega classic, tough guy problems on native soil.

    Locations: Bishop, CA / Hueco Tanks, TX
    Featuring: Spectre V13 / Neon Desert V14 / Diabolique V13
    Learn more about Jimmy at prana.com/life/ambassadors
    Video Production by BearcamMedia.com

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  4. I was in Spain again last February/March after 3 months training, to have fun there and try to find a project, not especially really hard. I was at the beginning of my big training program, so it was not the time to be in shape to try such a hard thing. First day I arrive, I look "La Rambla" and I could resist to go and touch, see how is my level after all this training!! Surprise, I was feeling really good, lot better than the other years, doing the last hard section easily, and after thinking some time I decided to invest totally for the 5 weeks left. Hard decision, choose to do difference routes, less hard and discover new things or keep tinting in this big project… Then the 3 first week were very good, improving a lot. My friends went to meet me there and I was such a great time all together in this magical place. But after some time and crazy forecast, I could t finish my project, happy in a way: I ll have the chance to go back on the route ;) ~Alizee Dufraisse, prAna Ambassador

    Learn more about Alizee at prana.com/life/ambassadors

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  5. On November 8th, 2013, Typhoon Yolanda hit the Philippines. The cyclone caused catastrophic destruction, with about 11 million people affected and many left homeless, without resources.

    prAna ambassador Chadd Konig recently visited the town of Sulangan, one of the hardest hit areas in South Samar, with Surf For Life (surfforlife.org), a non-profit that sponsors educational and community-driven development projects in coastal communities. The charge was to help rebuild two new schools in Sulangan. What happened was much bigger than that:

    "I felt as though the intention of this trip was more to be present with the community rather than to help. Yes, we are offering to help in the rebuilding of essential structures within the town of Sulangan, but as we know, these structures are very impermanent. What lives eternally, I reckon, are the kinship and equality that are born through the presence with the one and each other". ~Chadd

    Learn more about Chadd at prana.com/life/ambassadors

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prAna

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prAna, an ancient Sanskrit word for breath, life and vitality of the spirit, has helped guide our actions and lift our aspirations since day one.

We started out two decades ago making clothing that worked well for climbing and yoga. It turned out that


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prAna, an ancient Sanskrit word for breath, life and vitality of the spirit, has helped guide our actions and lift our aspirations since day one.

We started out two decades ago making clothing that worked well for climbing and yoga. It turned out that the clothing worked well for lots of other passions too, so we added new products with "purpose" in mind and scoured the world for design inspiration.

What's changed since then?

Not much - and a lot. We've grown a bunch, but most of our original employees are still here. We participate with like-minded folks who want to promote conservation and create positive change, which reflects the same intention as the old days, just taken up a few notches. Organic cotton, fair trade and wind power initiatives are on the short list of what we support.

We are inspired by athletes like climber Chris Sharma - who's been with us from the beginning - and yoginis like Shiva Rea.

Looking back, we think that the name prAna fits us pretty well. Looking ahead (because we love change), we're excited to see what the future holds.

That's our story & we welcome your feedback...

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