NW ALPINE - MADE LOCALLY. WORN GLOBALLY.

MADE LOCALLY. WORN GLOBALLY.

Superior Climbing Apparel From Portland, Oregon. Made Locally. Worn Globally.

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We are

A passionate community of devoted climbers, intuitive designers, and local textile-industry experts. We are men and women who care about feeling connected to our products in a way that is only possible by making them locally. Together, we conceptualize, test, and produce apparel that is truly made by and for climbers.

AMBASSADORS

We are proud to include great athletes in the NWALPINE tribe! Our ambassadors put our products to the test, climbing in wide ranging locales and conditions, and giving us their valuable input—what works, and what could work better.

YOU

Customers, fans, and friends like you span from the Northwest to across the globe. We are proud to live up to your recommendations, listen to your input, and hear your personal climbing stories. Please join the NWALPINE tribe on Facebook, and sign up for email updates.

Dustin Fric approaching the Black Spider headwall, Mt. Hood.  
Photo: Bill Amos

Colin Bohannan, I-Rock, Mt. Hood.
Photo: Daniel Harro

Doug Shephard's custom power pants propelling him through a steep mixed step on No Such Things As A Bargain Promise (VI A0 WI5R M6), Mt. Dickey, Alaska.
Photo: John Frieh

Garrick Bushek enjoys the early morning glow.  
Haleakala, Maui

First ascent of the Northwest Face, Peak 9400. Hayes Range, AK.
Photo: Jason Stuckey

Chris Garner sending at Trout Creek, OR.
Photo: Chas B Photography

Dustin Fric soloing Sheep Creek Falls.  Cooke City, MT.

Colin Bohannan looking for the path.  Gerber-Sink, Dragontail Peak, WA.
Photo: Patrick Fink

Nicolas Frazee enjoying perfect conditions on the Weeping Wall, Columbia Icefield Parkway, Canadian Rockies.
Photo: Brian Mullvihill

 
DESIGNED BY & FOR PASSIONATE CLIMBERS.