Epperson Mountaineering is a classic climbing company founded in 1973. The company’s first climbing bags, made in Montana, were intentionally crafted with durability and functionality at the forefront of design. The new Epperson Mountaineering Climb Tote holds to founder Mark Epperson’s high standards for quality and solution-driven products.
This climbing tote features an old-school design reminiscent of packs from the 1970s and 80s. The two-color schemes, MS Woodland Camo and Mandarin are nostalgic yet cool. However, the functional features set Epperson Mountaineering packs apart from the rest. The Mountaineering Climb Tote features the company’s signature DWR-coated 1000 denier Cordura nylon, which is proven to withstand years of hardcore outdoor use. Epperson’s artisan pack makers reinforced all tension areas and stress points with bar-tack stitching.
Climbers appreciate the six daisy chains along the front for hanging carabiners, ropes, and loads of other gear. YKK Zipper pulls and draw cords secure gear inside, so climbers don’t have to stress when the terrain gets rough or even inverted. Made in the USA, the Epperson Mountaineering Climb Tote is durable enough for adventurers like Mark Epperson and stylish enough for daily commuters.
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