In crafting representations of the flora on her grandfather’s farm in Martinique — through woodcuts, watercolour and cyanotypes, or sun prints — Justine Fédronic's art evokes the fundamental yet delicate symbiosis between humans and nature.
Subtitle Below: Spring/Summer 2023
Each Janji season is inspired by a different region of the world, where we collaborate with local artists and nonprofit water partners to create a collection with unique designs and a tangible impact. This season is about the connection of Nature, Art + Movement as powerful inputs into who we are as individuals and runners. Our newest prints and colors represent a bold, energetic homage to the vibrant Caribbean islands of the French West Indies.
Janji Field Team athlete Polo Pavez headed down to Laguna Aculeo, once one of Chile's largest natural bodies of water, to run on the now-dry lakebed, exploring how it got this bad and pondering what can be done to prevent the same fate for other natural resources.
Waterproof layers do not often equate to running comfort when you're hot and sweaty. We strategically designed our Rainrunner Pack Jacket to solve for this by integrating 360º venting around your core, where you need it most.
Simply put, fastpacking is the merger between ultrarunning and lightweight backpacking. It's a niche sport that has garnered much attention over the last decade in response to athletes' desire to go longer, faster, and lighter - especially in the form of Fastest Known Time speed records.
Finding water is not something you can rely on when adventuring in the desert. Although water sources, like Lake Powell, may be visible, they are often not possible to access. On this trip, Morgan water caches...