Extra, extra, read all about it: We are so excited to announce that Misadventures is coming to five REI stores (and their shoppers!) across the country. As you may have heard, Issue 2 is sold out in our shop, and flying off the shelves at Barnes & Noble… So if you haven’t picked up your copy yet, REI …

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Misadventures is hitting Barnes & Noble bookstores nationwide this month! You can find the brand-new summer issue in the magazine aisle: To celebrate, we’re doing two weeks of giveaways (from July 11 – July 24)! The swag up for grabs includes some of the kickass gear featured in the issue, plus other items from our incredible partners: Adidas Terrex …

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Stay hydrated this summer with a brand-new Hydro Flask! We’re partnering with Hydro Flask to give away a Wide Mouth water bottle, recently redesigned with a flexible cap and delicious new summer colors! (Seriously, though. Color options include “kiwi,” “mango,” “mint,” “citron,” and “plum” — how do the folks at Hydro Flask expect us to resist taking a bite? Guess we’ll have to …

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It’s no surprise at Misadventures that surfing magazines have a history of erasing women from their pages, and the sport. Last year, our very first Gender Representation Report, which tracks women’s representation in outdoors magazines across the board, revealed the sorry surfing media statistics: in the August 2014 issue of Surfing Magazine, only 9 images of women appear, as compared …

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Misadventures is coming to print! Yes, you read that right: the magazine by and for adventurous women is making its ink-on-paper debut. Featuring brand-new content, including interviews with incredible women, a compendium of winter survival skills, a holiday gift guide tailored to misadventurers, and page after page of stunning photography, Issue 0 will be available …

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At Misadventures, we’re not only delivering content by and for adventurous women. We’re also keeping track of how women are represented in the outdoor and adventure-industry publication world. Last summer, we documented how most outdoors and adventure lifestyle magazines and websites, rather than being gender-neutral, strongly skew toward a male audience. We had the gut feeling, and we did the …

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