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Epic Clips: Moonlight Madness with Katie Lambert and Mason Earle
Posted on September 20, 2013

Eddie Bauer free climbers Katie Lambert and Mason Earle tackle the aesthetic sandstone crack system on Moonlight Buttress in Zion National Park, which stands as an iconic line on nearly every climber’s life list.

Fall Outfitter Book Now Live
Posted on September 17, 2013

Read about the four series of Eddie Bauer adventure in the new Fall Outfitter Book, including Travex, Sport Shop and First Ascent.

Epic Clips: Mason Earle Sending the Unclimbables
Posted on September 6, 2013

Eddie Bauer big-wall free climber Mason Earle headed north to the Cirque of the Unclimbables in Canada’s Northwest Territories for a first free ascent of At Dawn We Ride (VI 5.12c R).

Mason Earle Picks a J Watt Gallery from J Tree
Posted on September 3, 2013

Eddie Bauer climber Mason Earle picks a gallery of his favorite Jeremiah Watt images from Joshua Tree as desert climbing season returns.

Gear Report: Mason Earle Climbs in Uprising Jeans
Posted on August 30, 2013

Eddie Bauer free climber Mason Earle breaks down why he climbs in the Uprising Jeans from the visual backdrop of Moonlight Buttress in Zion National Park.

Katie Lambert Free Climbs Moonlight Buttress
Posted on April 18, 2013

Eddie Bauer athlete Katie Lambert reports on her successful free climb of Moonlight Buttress with reflections on the route to the achievement, the significance of women on the iconic wall, and the dynamics of partnership.

Katie Lambert Charges Women at Work in the Unclimbables
Posted on March 19, 2013

Katie Lambert links up with new Eddie Bauer First Ascent teammate Mason Earle to free climb Mt. Proboscis in Canada’s Northwest Territories and in the process completes an all free complete ascent of Women at Work (VI 5.12 R) with her husband Ben Ditto—a certified epic that mandated a sharp knife to free a stuck rope and a complicated final rappel with only 70 meters of line that required fixing anchors in total darkness and ended 18 hours after they left the ground.