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Best European Climber Clothing Brands

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Chris Oleson · · Santiago, Chile · Joined May 2011 · Points: 963

I bought a pair of E9 climbing pants recently and really like them, which got me wondering how many other lesser-known and/or European climber clothing brands are out there (and if they're available in the US).  I'm familiar with all the commonly available climber brands in North America and am a fan of La Sportiva.  Any other brands folks would recommend?  

Joshua Dee · · San Diego, CA · Joined Oct 2015 · Points: 30

Mammut stuff has always fit me really well

PW Zenpw · · Ĺ˝idlochovice · Joined Sep 2016 · Points: 10

Mammut(CH), Rab(UK), Millet(FR), Scarpa(IT), Fjallraven, Salewa, and many more look here :

Sport Conrad

Pavel Burov · · Russia · Joined May 2013 · Points: 50

Fjallraven is a great choice for those having non-standard body composition (e.g., 28" waist 33" inseam pants).

Tim Neumann · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Feb 2017 · Points: 40

Great products, especially for mountaineering and ski touring. But a bunch of climbing related stuff in there too.

Doug Hutchinson · · Seattle, WA · Joined Apr 2014 · Points: 135

I wish I saw more Mammut, Rab, and Mountain Equipment clothing in the states because I like most of what I have seen/own by these brands. It's around, but only a few pieces here and there.

Not clothing, but I really like an older Warthog pack made by small Chamonix company Blue Ice. It came as close to being a cross between Cold Cold World (comfort, bomber, nice features) and Arc FL packs (modern, light, but too minimalist for my tastes). They have newer stuff I haven't tried or seen and just put a full page ad in Rock and Ice mag. I still can't find anyone outside of Europe that carries their stuff. Anyone know what is going on with Blue Ice?

Jim Titt · · Germany · Joined Nov 2009 · Points: 490

The most popular Euro brand is undoubtedly Decathlon.

Mark Ra · · Frange, CO · Joined Feb 2014 · Points: 65

Salewa is bringing apparel to the US this year and some of it is pretty nice. 

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