The Fitzroy apron

65.00

Technical challenging just like the mountain it is named after.

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Mount Fitz Roy, is the tallest mountain in Patagonia’s Los Glaciares National Park. Fitz Roy’s summit is guarded on all sides by steep rock faces requiring difficult, technical climbing to ascend. Because of this, it was considered one of the most difficult mountains in the world for decades. The region’s unpredictable weather and relative isolation makes it extremely dangerous.
[sources: Matador Network and summitpost.org]

The Fitzroy apron is minimal yet with a large cargovest flapped frontpocket it is prepaired for any tough task ahead.


Specifications

  • Material: Workwear | 65% polyester | 35% cotton
  • Model is 1.80m
  • Apron chest width 28.5cm, body length 76cm, body width 70cm
  • Handmade in Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Procedure

  • Aprons are made on order and shipped in 10-12 days
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Description

Mount Fitz Roy, is the tallest mountain in Patagonia’s Los Glaciares National Park. Fitz Roy’s summit is guarded on all sides by steep rock faces requiring difficult, technical climbing to ascend. Because of this, it was considered one of the most difficult mountains in the world for decades.

The mountain is named after Captain Robert Fitzroy of the HMS Beagle. Fitzroy was first climbed by the Southeast Ridge (today also known as the Franco-Argentine ridge) on February 2, 1952 by Lionel Terray and Guido Magnone, members of a French expedition.

[sources: Matador Network and summitpost.org]

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