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La Sportiva’s Holiday Gift Guide For Climbers

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From top left: Men’s Major Hoody, Knitty Headband, Eldo Jeans, Boulder X, Women’s Wild Heart T-Shirt, Women’s Moya Hoody, Boulder Chalk Bag, Pluton Beanie, Otaki, Aragon. Photo by La Sportiva.

Holiday Gift Guide For Climbers

From climbing-specific apparel to technical footwear, find the perfect gift for every climber on your list. Here’s a review of our favorites.

Men’s Major Hoody ($139.00)

Major Hoodie. Photo by La Sportiva.

Stylish and functional, this cruelty-free merino wool hooded sweater is pre-shrunk and washable, and is versatile enough to wear from the crag to town.

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Knitty Headband ($29.00)

Knitty Headbank. Photo by La Sportiva.

The Knitty Headband combines stylish design with cold weather performance. This synthetic knit band will keep your ears warm on the coldest days!

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Eldo Jeans ($99)

Eldo Jeans. Photo by La Sportiva.

La Sportiva’s classic 5-pocket straight-leg jean that’s versatile enough for everyday wear. Crag, gym, office – you can literally wear these everyday.

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Boulder X ($120.00)

Boulder X. Photo by La Sportiva.

No approach shoe combines protection and performance like the Boulder X. Sticky Vibram® rubber provides traction on approaches and confidence on talus, while the solid mid-soles keep your feet protected on full days at the crag.

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Women’s Wild Heart T-Shirt ($35)

Women’s Wild Heart T-Shirt. Photo by La Sportiva.

The women’s Wild Heart T-Shirt is a comfortable and casual tee in eco-friendly organic cotton.

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Women’s Maya Hoody ($159.00)

Women’s Maya Hoody. Photo by La Sportiva.

The Maya Hoody is a super-cozy, high-loft fleece hoody in a premium recycled fabrication. The mid-weight full-zip has durable reinforcements on the shoulders and elbows to make it more versatile and hard-wearing. Two hand-warmer pockets and a single chest pocket provide ample storage while the adjustable bottom hem provides some added versatility.

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Boulder Chalk Bag ($39.00)

Boulder Chalk Bag. Photo by La Sportiva.

The Boulder Chalkbag is a large, bucket-style bag ideal for long or group bouldering sessions.

Pluton Beanie ($29.00)

Pluton Beanie. Photo by La Sportiva.

The Pluton is a warm and full-stretch synthetic beanie perfect for playing in the mountains, apres ski, or kicking around town.

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Otaki ($185.00)

Otaki (Blue Flame). Photo by La Sportiva.

Precise and powerful, the Otaki combines an aggressive design with a supportive hook and loop closure system. This versatile rock shoe provides high-level performance across a wide variety of rock conditions, but excels at technical edging and on vertical overhanging terrain.

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Aragon ($99.00)

Aragon (Clay Jasmine Green). Photo by La Sportiva.

Answering the call of climbers who prize comfort and utility and are looking for an affordable upgrade from their entry-level climbing shoes. The Aragon: a capable, soft unlined leather climbing shoe with a fast dual hook and loop closure system.

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About La Sportiva

La Sportiva’s mission is to bring you the best technical products to explore the outdoors. For 93 years they have been producing innovative products and they are looking forward to the next 90 years. Produced and designed in a small mountain town at the foot of the Dolomites, La Sportiva supports 140 families in a unique and enviable environment. Everyday the mountains surround the people who handcraft La Sportiva’s products. Being mountain based and family run allows them to draw on eight decades of experience handed down through the generations. With this heritage they can focus on the future and meld new technologies, ideas and innovation with their rich knowledge of manufacturing to give you the most amazing products on the market. Products that let you go where you dream to go, do what you dream to do and live how you want to live.

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