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wanderlustmd


Dec 23, 2009, 5:27 PM
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I might pick up some grivel pons from a friend for cheap. What's the word on replacement frontpoints and the like for grivel these days? Is it possible?

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Matt


rock_fencer


Dec 23, 2009, 5:49 PM
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no clue on parts but Grivel is coming back to NA via Liberty Mountain

Nathan Smith,
Liberty Mountain
4375W. 1980 S. Suite 100
Salt Lake City, UT. 84104
800-366-2666 ext. 222
nathans@libertymountain.com
http://www.libertymountain.com/

December 1, 2009 — Liberty Mountain, one of the largest distributors of technical outdoor products in the U.S., has arranged an agreement regarding the distribution of Grivel Mont Blanc products throughout the United States.
Starting in 2010, Liberty Mountain will offer Grivel’s legendary line of crampons, ice axes and other climbing and mountaineering equipment. Grivel Mont Blanc started making ice axes in 1818 and has led the way with innovative products ever since. It is the oldest mountain equipment company in the world.

“We are happy to have a new reliable partner to work with in the USA. We are strongly committed to this market and we believe Liberty Mountain is the best choice to spread our message, starting from our core business and moving into the new categories we have already introduced in Europe (e.g. poles, rock climbing range, …) and then on the new developments we are working on for the future. Innovation and reliability of the deliveries are in our opinion the keys for a great future.” Gioachino Gobbi, President of Grivel.

Gary Heward, Liberty Mountain’s President is excited with this new partnership. “Grivel is one of the world’s great mountaineering companies with a wonderful tradition that started in the Alps and spread around the globe over the last two centuries. Their products are widely known and respected for their performance, style and reliability. They are an excellent fit with the other climbing and mountaineering lines Liberty Mountain offers. We are honored and thrilled with the opportunity to share these great products with US outdoor enthusiasts.“

Liberty Mountain will show the Grivel line at the 2010 Winter Outdoor Retailer show and will have limited product available for distribution as soon as December of 2009. Please contact your customer service representative for more details or sales@libertymountain.com to set up an account.

Since 1998 Liberty Mountain has consistently exceeded its sales goals and quality representation of exclusive brands by focusing on ASAP distribution. Excellent customer service, same day shipping and high in-stock rates are the hallmark of the company.

Liberty Mountain also exclusively distributes Edelweiss Ropes, Vaude, Singing Rock, CaVa, Pieps, Outdoor Designs, and many other technical outdoor sport brands throughout the U.S.

To contact Liberty Mountain:
Nathan Smith,
Liberty Mountain
4375 W. 1980 S. Suite 100
Salt Lake City, UT. 84104
800-366-2666 ext. 222
nathans@libertymountain.com
http://www.libertymountain.com/

To contact Grivel:
Alexis Vallet
11013 Courmayeur Mont Blanc (Aosta) Italy
Phone: +39.0165.84.37.14
alexis@grivel.com
http://www.grivel.com/


scotty1974


Dec 24, 2009, 6:25 PM
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http://www.prolitegear.com/Grivel.htm


tigerlilly


Dec 29, 2009, 5:25 AM
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The Mountaineer in the Dacks: http://mountaineer.com/...amp;Category_Code=46

Enjoy!


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