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For over 30 years

For over 30 years

March 12, 2015 3 min read

How does a Mont Sleeping Bag look after 30 years? Pretty good after a Down Rejuvenation Service! This 1984 Mont Telemark was returned to us late last year after 30 years of use for its first ever down rejuvenation. The bag was brought back to its former glory and made ready for another lifetime of … Continue reading For over 30 years
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Understanding Down

Understanding Down

January 29, 2015 3 min read

Down is a tricky business. Where does it come from? What is loft? Is it high quality, is it high loft, is it DWR down? Knowing about these terms is important when it comes to choosing down products, knowing what sort of conditions they’re appropriate for and knowing whether you’re getting the most bang for … Continue reading Tech Tip: The Low-Down on Down
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Congratulations to Michael Milton

Congratulations to Michael Milton

October 09, 2014 1 min read

Congratulations to Michael Milton for his forthcoming induction to the Sport Australia Hall of Fame! Mont would like to wish Michael success in all his endeavours and we look forward to continuing our support of his alpine and outdoor pursuits. Michael Milton is a Paralympic gold medallist, speed skiing world record holder, was included in … Continue reading Congratulations to Michael Milton
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Making Of: The Ultimate Onesie

Making Of: The Ultimate Onesie

October 09, 2014 2 min read

We aren’t talking about a fancy dress onesie, we are talking about a custom made, down filled, weatherproof onesie. A onesie warm and protective enough to keep you alive in the most severe alpine conditions on earth. In 2013 mountaineer and Mont Ambassador Chris Warner came to Mont with a request; an outfit to assist … Continue reading Making Of: The Ultimate Onesie
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Bilibino Big Walls with Chris Warner

Bilibino Big Walls with Chris Warner

September 18, 2014 3 min read

In August 2014 Chris Fitzgerald and I travelled to the Chukotka region in far eastern Russia to climb some new towers near the small town of Bilibino. The granite towers here to our knowledge have never been climbed and are north of the Arctic Circle. We travelled about 60km by quad bikes west from Bilibino … Continue reading Bilibino Big Walls with Chris Warner
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Siberian Climbing

Siberian Climbing

August 27, 2014 1 min read

Mont Ambassador Chris Warner checked in recently with these spectacular photos from his climbing expedition in Siberia We have been climbing big walls in Bilibino in Siberia and have completed 3 amazing lines on these unclimbed walls. We have also had some good days paragliding. Now it’s raining the last few days and hope to … Continue reading Siberian Climbing
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The snowy Sentinel

The snowy Sentinel

August 04, 2014 1 min read

Doug Chatten, Professional Ski Patroller and Mont Ambassador, took the new Mont Sentinel Daypack out on the NSW Snowy Mountains Main Range over the weekend and had a great time skiing the powdery slopes of the Sentinel. I took the new Sentinel pack to the Sentinel today & they were both fantastic! Good powder skiing … Continue reading The snowy Sentinel
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What a season!

July 28, 2014 1 min read

Professional Ski Patroller and Mont Ambassador Doug Chatten sent us these great photos from the NSW Snowy Mountains. Illawong suspension bridge. Anderson crags. A shot of The Parachute at Guthega from Tate East Ridge & how good it is looking! Want more? Sign up to the Mont Newsletter to get gear reviews, news, product releases, … Continue reading What a season!
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The Happy Walk

July 17, 2014 1 min read

Terra Lalirra is on a one woman walk around Australia to generate greater awareness of depression and prevent suicide through understanding, community support and discussion. Over 7 years Terra hopes to raise $1m for Lifeline Australia. Terra is currently walking across the Nullarbor with the help of her Mont Moondance 1 Tent and Brindabella Sleeping … Continue reading The Happy Walk
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Tech Specs: New Hydronaute 3S hardshell fabric

July 01, 2014 1 min read

Hydronaute 3S delivers a new level of breathability and moisture protection. Unlike most waterproof/breathable fabrics that rely on a diffusion process to remove moisture vapour, Hydronaute 3S has a unique membrane technology that allows air exchange to transport moisture vapour out through the membrane while protecting the inside from external moisture. It’s performance in active … Continue reading Tech Specs: New Hydronaute 3S hardshell fabric
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Polartec Power Stretch Pro proven in the Arctic

June 26, 2014 1 min read

The Revolution is exactly the kind of fleece jacket that works well in the Arctic, making it by default a jacket suitable for any winter or cold activity. The warm and hardwearing Power Stretch Pro fleece means it lasts well and provides all the insulation I need when sled hauling at −40ºC, and the stretch … Continue reading Polartec Power Stretch Pro proven in the Arctic
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Stanley to Wynyard with Geoff Murray

June 23, 2014 3 min read

Continuing my paddle across the northern Tasmanian coastline, I drove up to Stanley in NW Tas and left my car in a safe spot in pleasant sun and little wind. It was low tide in Stanley and it seemed like miles to the water. I always carry a trolley on solo paddles and it is … Continue reading Stanley to Wynyard with Geoff Murray
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