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Mammut at Mont

February 26, 2021

Mammut climbing

Mammut is at Mont, joining over 20 of the best climbing brands available online and in-store.

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In 1862, after completing a three-year rope-making apprenticeship and working as a journeyman, Kaspar Tanner started work as a rope-maker in the Swiss town of Dintikon. This heralded the birth of Mammut. Since then, Mammut has pushed the boundaries with climbing and mountain products for alpinists, in 1964 making the first UIAA certified single dynamic rope, and recently making the first MIPS climbing helmet. Mammut continues their tradition of quality climbing products, with a concise range of excellent products for all climbers.

Mont has a long history of climbing and employs many highly experienced climbing staff. Combined with our close partnership with several climbing gyms and clubs, stocking Australia's best range of climbing gear couldn't be more important to us.

Mammut climbing now available online and in-store

If you need advice on the right gear or have questions about our range we encourage you to get in touch today. We're open 7 days, and there will always be someone available for advice on the right gear.

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