Experience | Page 23
This five-year relationship between BOTE and Sean Murphy all started with one image. An image of an attractive blond girl standing on top of a blacked-out postal truck, pouring gasoline down onto the head of the driver. A picture is worth a thousand words – but this one spoke millions.
It's a challenge. Balancing work and leisure, raising your kids, focusing on the simple things that really matter. For the majority of us, myself included, the struggle to do so is very real. But in reality, it's the accumulation of these diverse events that make you who you are.
To many, yoga is a form of exercising. To others, yoga is a lifestyle filled with morals to live by on a day-to-day basis. In an effort to bring together a group of people to learn and practice the virtues of yoga all while being immersed in nature, BOTE Ambassador TJ Mangrum put together a retreat in Cape San Blas, FL
Flowing from Wyoming to Colorado, the Green River is a 730-mile winding watershed in the middle of the Western wilderness. White water rapids and ripping winds are not uncommon on the Green, making your watercraft one of your most important pieces of gear.
The experiences throughout Josh’s epic journey have helped him grow in understanding of his own struggles, allowing him to advocate for others in their mission of recovery.
Josh is a Special Operations combat Veteran and wounded warrior who completed one of the most important missions of his civilian life—helping other veterans in need.
Nope. We haven’t opened a photography lab. We’ve simply borrowed the nomenclature for BOTE’s latest endeavor, The DarkRoom. The DarkRoom isn’t just a space; it’s a project with a purpose. From inception to completion, the DarkRoom will allow for BOTE to have complete control over projects.
Corey and crew didn't think of themselves as seasoned paddle boarders, but a little under a hundred miles in the Everglades in four days changes your perspective on things.