Less 💧— more ♻️ content. With our new Lamina Eco AF sleeping bag, there’s more to it than a little green here and there. In fact, there’s no color at all. It’s undyed to reduce our water footprint. And on top of that, it’s made with a recycled shell, lining, insulation, and trims. ‘Eco’ alone just wouldn’t do it justice.
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“When faced with challenges and environmental issues alike, we get to choose to see the silver lining in the darkness. Instead of focusing on what is failing us, let’s celebrate what is working and going well!” –@kylie.fly 🌍 Continue reading “Environmental Optimism” on the blog! Link in bio. Photos: @kylie.fly / @galestraub.
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#EarthDay reminds us that we have the ability to make a positive impact. But how? In our latest blog post, MHW ambassador @kylie.fly writes about how environmental optimism keeps us facing forward. (Link in bio.) And while you’re there, make sure to tune in to Kylie’s conversation with @galestraub of @she_explores.
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If you didn’t know any better, you might say that a sub-zero storm in the middle of the Tetons doesn’t make a very good office. But inside the Space Station, some pretty intense conversations about our most technical products are taking shape and driving our decisions. 📷: @kylie.fly.
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If a dream written down is a goal, a map is just a mecca of available ambitions. Inside the Space Station at our basecamp in the Tetons, we hung our goal high above our heads and studied the line until it was burned in our memory. Having a place to come together and reference our mission made our dream that much easier to pull off. 📷: @kylie.fly.
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Bullet rock and committing moves up high, “Kintsugi” (V15) checks all the boxes to be considered a king line. MHW athlete @ethan_pringle worked the problem for just four days before he stuck the crux with a ninja kick to a toe-catch. From Ethan: "I was lucky enough to work on Kintsugi with a friend whose psyche and creativity I could feed off. For me, it felt a lot easier than The Nest (V15), and even a dash easier than Meadowlark (V15) in its previous state. I think a lot of the difficulty lay in the committing nature and height of the crux." Hit the link in our bio to watch the full film.
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Floating brain, canvas skin, rope guts, Grigri heart, a little muscle here and there, and even a spine of steel (aluminum, actually). Together, our new collection of packs is just one electric shock away from walking itself to the crag.
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Every thread of our new tents is woven together by purpose unearthed in the Tetons and basecamps from the Kahiltna to the Khumbu. And you thought it was just a rainfly… Learn more at mountainhardwear.com/tents (link in bio).
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We poured all of our efforts (and insulation) into creating our most protective, most expansive collection of sleeping bags yet. Hit the link in our bio for more.
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When @miranda__oakley first traveled to the Middle East in 2017, she spent one month in Palestine and one month climbing in Wadi Rum. “I made amazing connections in the area and got to climb a ton, but this year, my motivations were a bit different because I was more focused on giving back to the climbing community there after they had been so welcoming and generous to me on my first trip.” Stay tuned for Miranda’s story—coming to the blog this summer. Photo: @joolyhart.
MHW athlete @miranda__oakley just returned from five weeks in the Middle East, where she was helping clean up a new crag in Nablus, Palestine, organizing a regional climbing event in Wadi Rum, and teaching Leave No Trace ethics and basic trad climbing lessons to over 60 people. This summer, Miranda will tell her story in her own words. But for now, she shows us what happens in between all the hard work… “I had busted my knee open the day before while climbing and had to get stitches, so I took a rest day to recover. I always bring my watercolors and journal to keep me busy during moments like these.” Photo: @joolyhart.
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