The North Face Pinnacle Project Pop-Up Shop

Aug 1, 2018

Category: Gear

When it comes to true grit mountaineering and climbing gear, The North Face has sought to dominate the scene since their initial launch back in 1966. From durable jackets to packs and other heavily sought-after essentials, professional climbers and explorers have utilized the brand’s offerings in some of the most extreme environments on earth.

Now, here’s your chance to get your hands on the very same gear worn and used by the likes of Alex Honnold, Conrad Anker, James Pearson, and David Göttler among others via The North Face Pinnacle Project. Each item up for auction and on display in their pop-up shop housed at 2100 meters in the Dolemite mountains located in Northeastern Italy. Following this kickoff, the pop-up will journey to Berlin then Manchester where lucky bidders can get their hands on iconic gear once owned by one of these athletes during the pinnacle moments of their career – now complete with a personal message from each respective athlete to motivate the new owners to never stop exploring. No matter what.

Learn More: The North Face

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