Hey Folks! We have 4 new sponsors to the Mount Washington Valley Ice Fest we want to welcome and announce! Welcome, and we’re so psyched to have you apart of the team!
1. Hyperlite Mountain Gear: is a designer, manufacturer and supplier of durable lightweight and ultralight outdoor gear. The idea for the company began 5 years ago when founder, Mike St. Pierre began experimenting with reducing his gear weight. An outdoor enthusiast, he would escape the city streets of New York and head to the mountains on the weekends. He learned about Cuben Fiber, purchased a small quantity and built a prototype. Thus, Hyperlite Mountain Gear was born.
2. IBEX: As a company, we are the clothes we make: Ibex Outdoor Clothing is durable, evolving, active and modern. Our repurposed Vermont headquarters used to be a car dealership. The showroom now showcases the recent works of our creative outdoor attire. Since our founding, we’ve pushed the boundaries of wool construction, built relationships with like-minded craftspeople, sheep farmers and clothing manufacturers, and established a relationship with our customers that goes beyond the standard we make, you buy model of indelicate consumption. 3. Mont-Bell: MontBell focuses on “Light & Fast™” and does so without compromising on quality, durability or function. The definition of what is functional can be very broad. It naturally depends on the productfs intended usage, user specific requirements and circumstances. MontBell takes this issue seriously and tries to develop a well balanced and wide range of products that can be used in extreme conditions for different intended uses. The range and depth of products offered is what makes MontBell an extremely competitive outdoor gear and clothing company.
4. DRY ICE TOOLS, Furnace Industries: Check these indoor ice tools things OUT! DRY ICE TOOLS are Indoor Ice Axes used by looping stiff rubber straps over the holds used in rock climbing gyms. The climbing motion is exactly the same as in ice and mixed climbing. Now you can prepare for the upcoming ice season, in your gym, without worrying about injuring someone or puncturing the pads with sharp points raining down from above.