Huge congratulations to my friend and fellow #tnfathlete @dawayangzum for her successful climb of Annapurna 1. She’s a total badass raising the bar and blasting through the ceiling. #shemovesmountains #neverstopexploring @thenorthface ... See MoreSee Less
Nice job. 🍺💪🇺🇸
Thanks for sharing!!! I hope this will help some people 🙏
Thanks for sharing this!Excellent. Bonita história Beautiful!💕 Ben Clark
Thank you for sharing. Increadable story.
This is super important folks! If you own these beacons, as I do, send them in for the recall.In coordination with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada, Black Diamond, as the North American distributor for PIEPS, are initiating a voluntary product recall of PIEPS DSP avalanche transceivers in North America.
First and foremost, we ask that if you own a PIEPS DSP PRO, ICE or SPORT avalanche transceiver that you stop using it immediately, unless paired with the new PIEPS hard case carrying system. The reason for the recall is to address the device’s security lock/switch mechanism and its original, provided neoprene carrying system. The lock/switch can change modes unexpectedly when not properly locked or when used in the harness. This can result in the transceiver not transmitting a signal and loss of communication. PIEPS developed a new hard case carrying system for all its PIEPS DSP transceivers that will provide additional safety to ensure the transceivers are locked in the “send” position when in use and remain securely in the “send” position during use. For detailed information & to receive your free replacement hard case carrying system, please visit www.blackdiamondequipment.com/en_US/content/dsp-recall/
We sincerely apologize for the time it has taken to get here and we thank you for your patience as we worked with PIEPS to find the best solution possible. ... See MoreSee Less
This recall is a bandaid. This is life saving equipment and they pull this off? Nope. You can't even sell these beacons anymore. You can't even give them away. BD has lost a lot of customers over this. And they deserve the loss of revenue that will accompany this poor choice. We'll vote with our dollars.
Spring is here and if you’re still skiing the approach is likely getting a lot longer which means you’re pack is probably getting heavier. Here’s a snippet video taken by @jimwmorrison from Lhotse on how to pick up a heavy pack! (Hopefully you’re pack isn’t quite this heavy)
#sufferfest #neverstopexploring #2meterdome #lhotse2018 @thenorthface_snow ... See MoreSee Less