Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Archival Mountaineers


This spring mountaineering season: Pull on your knickers, grab your rucksack, lace up your tallest boots, help your pals with their bowlines-on-a-bight, and head for the hills. Here in Oregon, I'll limit archivally-equipped outings to big, basic mountains - South Sister would be ideal, but the bold could go for Three-Fingered Jack, named after an infamously disfigured 19th century bandit. Archival Clothing is not responsible for the failure of wooden ice axes or hempen ropes.





7 comments:

Marcus said...

Man, I would love to find a pair of glacier glasses like those in the first picture.

Scott Fazzini said...

You guys are the absolute best... I'll never stop loving you!

Your fan in the District,
s.

andrea.at.the.blue.door said...

Wicked cool broadfalls on the guy in the 2nd photo. Navy surplus, do you suppose?

allen said...

Love the wood shafted ice axes. Also climbing while wearing a tie is classy.

Anonymous said...

And don't forget the awesome knee-length wool socks with the red tops yet!

Will

Lizzie said...

Wonderful photos!

Anonymous said...

Not sure where to post this but I wanted to ask if anyone has heard of National Clicks?

Can someone help me find it?

Overheard some co-workers talking about it all week but didn't have time to ask so I thought I would post it here to see if someone could help me out.

Seems to be getting alot of buzz right now.

Thanks