This offer is good for all regularly priced in-stock The North Face Jackets. If you return the qualifying down jacket you must return the free gift or you will be charged for the full retail amount of the shirt ($19.95). Some restrictions may apply. See store for details. Check out KLmountainshop.com regularly for currrent promotions.
It is not uncommon for KLmountainshop.com to receive an email a day with questions surrounding Triclimates, Components, Trifectas, and 3-in-1 jackets in the winter season. The concept that two jackets can be worn in three ways seems to confound, confuse, and discourage customers to the point of exhaustion. To be fair, our outdoor brands try to do their best to help educate the public about their new Triclimates, Components, Trifectas, and 3-in-1's, however, the dealers tend to drop the ball when it comes to delivering the information. This is where we come in! We aim to put an end to the mysticism and empower you, the savy consumer,
Do you like winning free stuff? Do you like skiing huge lines and hucking big cliffs? Do you like Sage Cattibriga-Alosa? If you answered no to any of these questions, fine, you're univited. Otherwise, you had better come to Teton Gravity's One for the Road at Higher Ground. Doors open a 7pm and the movie begins at 8pm sharp! Oh, and did I mention that KLmountainshop.com will be giving out tons of free schwag?
With a new month, comes a new photo contest. With November comes... MOVEMBER! For all of those great facial hair styles, take some pics and get a chance to win a $25 Gift Certificate to KLmountainshop.com! Post a picture of your fashioned mustache getting ready for the winter season on our KLmountainshop.com Facebook wall, and the posts with the most likes will be voted on the 1st of December. Let's see those faces!
KLmountainshop.com was happy to co-sponsor Sherpas Cinema's All.I.Can premier last night in Burlington, Vermont down at the Main Street Landing. The film was, cinematically, one of the best ski films of the year. It wasn't all shock and awe, with non-stop park tricks and big mountain back flips. It tastefully brought out the largest lines and hucks throughout the entire movie with a higher meaning addressed in the end.
The beginning started with what seemed to be more of a Plant Earth feature than a ski movie. Images of city landscapes and the excesses of suburbanization and corporations left an impact on the audience through the remainder of the film. The second All.I.Can section starts the immersion and efforts of pushing the boundries of ski mountaineering and freestyle ski moves. Athletes like Kye Peterson, Ingrid Backstom, and Callum Pettit shred the highest peaks alsongside an orchestrated musical background, hitting each note with a simultaneous ski move. The idea that we are capable of such physically demanding adventures shows that we have the drive and ability to accomplish seemingly unattainable goals. This took the crowd to the next level, and delivered the final messaage. The last part of All.I.Can encourages each person to understand that they are essential to saving our winters by participating in efforts worldwide.
Overall, All.I.Can was an atypical ski film, with artfully constructed cinematography and even bigger ski lines. We give it five stars. *****
Tonight is the night for a beautifully filmed progressive ski movie. With a story line that looks more like a full length feature film, All.I.Can will give you more than your annual fill of winter preseason hype. It is being described as "An Inconvenient Truth" meets epic ski film. It starts at 7pm at the Main Street Landing in Burlington, Vermont. There are still tickets available at the door, but come quickly before they run out!