SPOKANE, Wash., Dec. 15, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Finding outdoor gifts is easy at Mountain Gear. Unique, outdoor-inspired gifts are grouped by gender, climbing, skiing, backpacking, electronics & games and calendars & books.
The Mountain Gear Gift Center is stocked with some very special products this season, including gorgeous outdoor-inspired art by artist and climber Jeremy Collins, and a rare print from the first ascent of Mt Everest.
Jeremy Collins climbing artwork: Jeremy Collins is an artist with a vertical perspective, and his art certainly conveys his passion for first ascents in gorgeous locales. These limited-edition prints are exclusive to Mountain Gear, and each one is signed, numbered and watermarked – ready for custom framing to match your decor. There are only 25 each of 4 of his prints, commissioned by Mountain Gear president Paul Fish so he could share his love of the outdoors and this artist with Mountain Gear customers. The #1 print in each style is $500, with the proceeds going to the Access Fund. Prints 2 ~ 25 are $125 each. Every print includes a certificate of authenticity.
Everest print: An extremely rate photo of Tenzing Norgay on the first ascent of Everest, taken and signed by Sir Edmund Hillary. Accessed from the original negatives from the Royal Geographic Society, only ten limited-edition prints were finished by hand to the highest standards. Numbered, with a certificate of authenticity, this last print in the series will be a prized addition to the home or office wall. Measures 20 x 16" and is available for $20,000.
Visit http://www.mountaingear.com/gifts to find the best gifts for climbers, skiers, backpackers and more.
SOURCE Mountain Gear