Brands

UnParallel is a small company of climbers with a pedigree of successful shoe models under their belt. They are community focused, supporting youth teams, route setters, events and guides across North America. UP’s climbing shoes are proudly built from the ground up in California. As leaders and innovators in the shoe and rubber industry, the team has built, developed and tested FiveTen shoes for over 18 years. UP is now working to better those successful models with unique designs based on customer feedback. 

Mammut has established a strong reputation as one of the leading alpine brands in the world. From ropes, slings, helmets and hardware; to mountaineering boots, technical clothing, packs and sleeping bags, Mammut makes high-performance climbing and outdoor equipment for the toughest adventures. Even as an expansive, leading brand, Mammut’s origins can be traced back to a small, specialist ropemaker in Switzerland. In 1862, Kaspar Tanner began making his own ropes, after finishing a 3-year apprenticeship and spending a few years in Germany honing his craft. He soon moved to Lenzburg, built a covered ropewalk for all-weather production and in the 1890s, brought his son Oscar into the business. This family run company, with a passion and commitment to building quality ropes, was the basis for the Mammut brand. 

Based in the spectacular Squamish, BC, OnSight began designing and building technical sewn products in 1994.

Founded by a climber and mountaineer, OnSight’s first products were built primarily for the local mountaineering and rock climbing populations. The initial product line was composed of rock climbing slings, safety tethers and bags designed for climbing ropes, chalk, and crampons. In relative quick succession, a line of more elaborate items evolved, including mountaineering backpacks and stuff-sacks.

In 2003, OnSight introduced the first line of sustainable travel and storage products, to fill a recognized need for high quality, well-designed travel products. Thanks to the company’s technical sewing expertise, innovative designs, attention to quality control and extensive knowledge of recycled plastic (PET) fabrics and fittings, many have become classics in their categories and where possible 100% of materials and fabrics are produced from recycled materials.

PLUM is a ski binding specialist brand made and designed in Haute-Savoie (France). Born from the passion of the Felisaz family, the Plum story began in 2005 in the Chamonix Valley, the European epicenter for ski touring, freeriding and free-touring. Their double know-how is precision mechanical expertise & bar turning specialization, combined with their passion and love for skiing. This led the PLUM team to manufacturing premium ski touring bindings, all from alloys.

As an industry leader with innovative products, the Bollé brands have grown from their small workshop beginnings to become a leading global manufacturer of quality eyewear.

Founded in 1888 in Oyonnax, France, the Bollé family originally designed and manufactured combs and hair accessories from horn. In 1936 the company launched the production of sunglasses and optical frames in Celluloid and then Rhodoid. After the Second World War, Bollé became the pioneer of molded nylon, with products that met the highest standards of that time. The first pair of goggles and masks were added to the Bollé range of products in 1950.

Now, over 130 years later, Bollé products are distributed and worn all over the world. Bollé has developed a particular strength in the specialty markets of snow sports, water sports, golf, tennis, cycling and outdoor, as well as eyewear that meets everyday needs and styles.

ZAG is a premium ski brand based in Chamonix, specializing in Touring, Freeride and All-Mountain skis. ZAG conveys: Passion, Authenticity, Responsibility and Commitment to the Environment. Founded in 2002, ZAG has two main drivers: Advanced Technology & Innovative Design.

Founded in 1889, C.A.M.P. is a long-standing benchmark company in the areas of technical mountaineering and safety equipment for workers at height. During the first World War, their forges produced ice axes for Italian Alpine Troops fighting on the mountain fronts in the Alps. Today, their products are tested in the hands of the world’s most elite alpinists who have become famous for climbing the highest peaks in the world in the toughest conditions imaginable. It is from these experiences and this rich history that CAMP has obtained the unique knowledge and intuition that makes them a leading developer of industrial safety equipment. At every step, CAMP remains committed to their foundational pillars of continuous innovation and customer-centric service and solutions.