Archive for the 'Mountain Hardwear' Category

Published by Jesse on 23 Nov 2009

Mountain Hardwear Sale at Masseys Outfitters

Some pretty good Mountain Hardwear deals to check out this week, at Masseys Professional Outfitters

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Published by Jesse on 04 Nov 2007

Mountain Hardwear On Sale

Dat’s right. You best subscribe to the SALE CATEGORY of this blog. OGE is expanding more and more all the time and that means a crap load more promos will be posted here. The latest features Mountain Hardwear, a solid company with bomber gear and apparel. Here is the email verbatim we received from Mark from just yesterday:

As the temperature starts to drop and the leaves begin to fall, it’s time to start thinking about warm weather gear. Just in time, we’ve started a two week Mountain Hardwear Sale here at Rock/Creek, so get out your gear list and stock up for your cold-weather backpacking, hiking, climbing, and travel needs. We have fleece, down jackets, sweaters, tents, and more on sale for two weeks. Shop online today; the sale ends November 15th.

Click the banner below and you’ll land on the summary page for the Mountain Hardwear sale @

Published by Jesse on 24 Oct 2007

Ladies’ Night Event at RockCreek

Contact: Mountain Hardwear Inc. Public Relations
Paige Boucher or Erin Brosterhous
(970) 871-1308

To venerate all that is woman, Mountain Hardwear is devoting the month of October 2007 to women around the world.

In Chattanooga, TN, retailer Rock/Creek is co-hosting a Mountain Hardwear Ladies’ Night on October 25th, 2007. During this event, ladies will discuss women-specific gear and apparel design, shop for hot new outdoor styles and enjoy the camaraderie of other women. The event will take place at Rock/Creek’s new downtown location at 301 Manufacturers Road. There will be refreshments and appetizers, 10% off all Mountain Hardwear gear and apparel, free Tasha scarves for sales over $100, and free product raffles. All questions will be answered by the Rock/Creek staff. For more information on this local event, call Rock/Creek at 423.265.5969.

Mountain Hardwear is using this opportunity to raise awareness about HERA Women’s Cancer Foundation, one of the company’s Gives Back grantees. HERA is committed to finding solutions to ovarian cancer by empowering women with information, supplying researchers with the resources to find new directions in early detection, and providing treatment and prevention through community support. The HERA Foundation is a registered non-profit that donates over 85% of funds to the cause through programs including research grants, community grants and HERA Climb4Life — a series of rock climbing fund raising events that attract women, men and children of all ages. Climb4Life events have raised over a $500,000 while touching thousands of lives and generating awareness of ovarian cancer.

Do you know a Mountain Hardwear Diva? Mountain Hardwear invites you to nominate a friend (or yourself) to be recognized as a Mountain Hardwear Diva. To nominate a Diva, give us 300 words on why she is a Mountain Hardwear Diva and how Mountain Hardwear gear helps her out. Include a photo or two to illustrate her diva status. We’ll post all entries on our new blog devoted to divas of all walks, climbs and rides.

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Published by Jesse on 02 Oct 2007

OGE Picks: Women’s Fleece Jackets

OGE Picks: Womens Fleece Jackets from Arcteryx, Marmot, Mountain Hardwear, Patagonia and The North Face.

The North Face Oso Hoody Fleece Jacket North Face Oso Hoody – The Oso hoody fleece jacket from The North Face is Oh-So-Soft. After putting on this jacket, you will be convinced that The TKA high loft fleece must be the softest fabric on earth. You will not want to take this jacket off, nor will you be able to stop petting yourself. Did we mention this jacket is soft to the touch? MSRP: $130

Patagonia Synchilla Windzone Fleece Jacket Patagonia Synchilla Windzone Jacket – Patagonia made this reversible fleece jacket from Polartec Wind Pro fleece—high loft and fuzzy on one side and low cut like velour on the other. This densely knit jacket provides triple the wind resistance of a regular fleece to keep you warmer on blustery days, plus it breathes, so you don’t overheat when you’re on the move. MSRP: $180

Mountain Hardwear Monkey Woman Fleece Jacket Mountain Hardwear Monkey Woman Jacket – At only 15 ounces, the Monkey Woman Fleece Jacket from Mountain Hardwear gives you tons of warmth at a fraction of the typical fleece jacket weight. High loft Monkey Phur fleece gives this jacket a rich texture and the power stretch cuffs, wrist panel, and waist make the jacket stay in place for excellent range of motion. MSRP: $140

Arc'teryx Delta SV Fleece Jacket Arcteryx Delta SV Jacket – The Arc’teryx Delta SV has all the fine details you would expect from Arcteryx. Super loft Polartec Thermal Pro material keeps the jacket fuzzy and comfy, yet moisture and smell resistant. The zipper has a chin guard to prevent face scraping, and the gusseted underarms keep the jacket in place while you’re active. The cut is stylish and flattering to the feminine form. MSRP: $200

Marmot Radiant Fleece Jacket Marmot Radiant Jacket – Getting back to the soft theme, the Marmot Radiant Fleece challenges The North Face Oso for who is the biggest softy. The Radiant jacket uses Polartec’s long-fibered Thermal Pro Persian fabric, which actually retains heat better than standard fleece and also feels great against the skin. This 200 weight fleece works great on the outside on brisk days, or as a layer on the very frosty days. MSRP: $130