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Organic Climbing x dewerstone
As we move into our 5 years of working with Organic Climbing, we figured we'd take this time to talk about our collaboration and why we ultimately chose to work with them 👊 
We've raised rp201,689,11 | Indonesia Feeding Families
We're working directly with the community in Gili T to keep track of, package and deliver our food parcels. But we can't do it all alone, we're working closely with the @chilicommunityhouse to deliver food aid to those most in need 💚
WE'RE MAKING A CHANGE // Indonesia Feed FOUR Families
It's now been a month since we reached out across our platform to start our initial Buy a tee - feed FOUR families in Indonesia campaign. Many that have followed our story know just how successful we were in raising over 1000 Food Packages!
Beyond Beaches - A Lockdown Adventure
The trip sounds simple, drive north. So far north that you can see John O Groats pointing toward the Faroe islands and beyond, then the hiking begins. 
THANK YOU 🌏 👊
Working directly with you and the local communities in Lombok, Indonesia, we have made a real difference and have managed to directly support 4350 people, provide 1087 food parcels and much more. Thank you.
Our Tees are feeding the families!

Over 2 weeks ago we reached out across our platforms to ask you to buy our Tees, with the the catch being 100% of sales go towards buying and distributing food parcels in Lombok, Indonesia.

Buy a t shirt - feed FOUR families in Indonesia for a week 🙏

Buy a t shirt - feed FOUR families in Indonesia for a week 🙏

Any tee, purchased anywhere, online, in store or at your local stockist, anywhere in the world between 17th and 31st July
Rory joins Seth Ashworth on his latest podcast
Covering everything from where the word 'dewerstone' comes from, what started it all, what we're doing now and where we're going in the future. Theres even a giveaway in to an exciting new retail location.. and WAY more!
Rainy season kayaking on the Zambezi

International whitewater freerider Bren Orton take a visit to the majestic basalt stone walls of the Batoka Gorge and the mighty Zambezi river. 

It's a world class destination and challenge to all kayakers who visit, but in rainy season it is something else.

How to read more (and eat less snacks)
How we can make better decisions in the way we live? From the way we shop to the way we educate the young. If we can change some of the ways we are used to doing things, we can make positive changes in the world around us. 
Time is always well spent.
Bren Orton helps us stay mentally and physically agile so we can keep paddling past the boredom syphon in these rocky times!
Free Diving in the ocean, to be safer on the river
I was briefed on some theory, some of which I had learned before, some was new to me and some was broken down to mathematical formulas’ and physiology. As always, with everything, there is more than meets the eye.
The most event-less year!

Despite the lack of events, this may turn out to be a year where events develop themselves the most. Taking the opportunity to look outside the sport for inspiration. 

It has also been a chance to recharge the batteries, top up event excitement, and maybe even come up with some ideas for future events

Oetztal protest
The project has been advancing rapidly throughout the last few weeks and the destruction of the landscape in preparation of the dam is now clearly visible from the road.
Life Shorts 2.0 - Why I love them. Bren's perspective.

Genuinely I think the Life Shorts 2.0 are the best board shorts on the planet.

Stylish, versatile and eco friendly. What’s not to like?

Supercharge your activism

It won’t take hours on a computer to support the organisations fighting for things you care about, following their social media accounts and staying up to date with how to help is a good way to start and often it will take just a few short minutes signing a petition to help.

The most important thing is to stand up and be involved.

Why do we need to protect rivers?

The short answer is that in this mad man made world of ours, the river cannot protect itself. 

Just because a river is in a National Park, does not make it safe from development. 

What does it mean to be certified Climate Neutral?

Achieving Carbon Neutral certification isn't just a part of our image or a marketing campaign, it is part of our core values and the foundation of how we operate as a business. 

Then the curfews began.....Dodging police and reef rash in Sri Lanka
Shred Dog and crew narrowly avoided some extra time in Sri Lanka on their recent surf kayak trip. The local police were out and looking to lockdown.....With a locals only mustach Doug and the crew managed to blend in and sneak in some sweet surf sessions.
Staying busy during lockdown
  I am happiest when I am busy. Even at times where I feel overwhelmed, overworked and under slept, I know that no matter how much I crave downtime and sleep in those particular moments. I don’t actually want to...
Keeping Active for the fun times ahead
Staying in shape is useful for any adventurer. Doug Cooper knows a thing or two about fitness for kayaking and has trained in some odd places around the globe. Its not all fancy gyms and spandex! Check out his top tips for staying in shape at home and away!