Mountaineering Equipment 2017-05-07T18:08:40+00:00

Mountaineering Equipment

The mountaineering equipment you need when traveling and climbing the big glaciated mountains. Everything from Mountaineering Boots, Crampons, Ice Axes, Locking Carabiners, and Helmets.

Essential Equipment

Featured Mountaineering Equipment

La Sportiva Nepal EVO GTX Mountaineering Boot
The La Sportiva Nepal EVO GTX Mountaineering Boot will be your foot’s best friend. La Sportiva combined a waterproof breathable Gore-Tex membrane, an insulated lining , and a durable leather upper to keep your feet warm and protected for many summits to come. The Vibram sole, featuring the Impact Brake System, provides tough traction on slippery inclines, while the 3D Flex ankle allows for maximum sole-to-surface contact on the steeps.

Scarpa Inverno Mountaineering Boot
The Scarpa Inverno Mountaineering Boot has been a staple of ice and alpine climbing for years and still remains the go-to choice for cold, multi-day ascents. From Alaska to the Andes to the Alps, countless climbers have trusted the bomber Pebax upper and Vibram sole to handle anything the mountain throws their way.

Petzl Irvis 10-Point Crampon
Petzl designed the Irvis FL Walking Crampons to give you excellent traction for basic glacier travel while limiting the number of points to keep you pants safer from crampon attacks. These 10-point crampons get the job done on any terrain where your only other aid is an ice axe. The Irvis FL Walking Crampon’s full-strap Flexlock binding system attaches to any boots.

Petzl Altitude Harness
As far as a versatile alpine, ski mountaineering harnesses go – Petzl has once again shown their innovated stripes and created a harness in the lightweight category that is near perfect. Adjustable in many forms – can be put on with all your gear on – including crampons and skis so no fear of punching holes in it.

Mammut Ophir 3-Slide Harness Crag Bag Kit
The Mammut Ophir 3-Slide Harness comes with the Crag Bag Kit to start your climbing adventures off right. This kit includes the Crag Light Belay Device, the Crag HMS Locking Carabiner, and the Basic Chalk Bag. The Ophir 3 features Split Webbing technology that separates the webbing to ride over and under your hips in order to reduce weight, increase ventilation, and decrease the necessity of padding without hindering your comfort.

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