Everest Gear Gallery

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GigaPan Imager, used to take the highest panoramas on earth. [Oobject]
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Medical chests used on the British 1924 and 1938 Mount Everest Expedition. [Oobject]

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Sir Edmund Hillary's Axe made by Claudius Simond, Chamonix France. Modern ice axes look almost nothing like this. [Oobject]

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Everest trash: Oxygen cylinders recovered by the Nepalese government. [Oobject]

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All the layers of clothing worn by Mallory on Everest in the 1920s. [Oobject]

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Heinz Spagetti and Baked Beans, some of the tasty meals eaten on the 1933 Everest Expedition. [Oobject]

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A $3500 Limited Edition Replica Parka as worn by the first person to conquer Everest. [Oobject]

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Mt. Everest conquered with the aid of Luxor goggles. [Oobject]

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The reduced size IMAX camera used to film Everest. [Oobject]

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Ad for a windproof suit to aid Mount Everest climbers circa 1933. [Oobject]

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Replica of 1920s Everest equipment. [Oobject]

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A custom High Tech Summit Suit for a 2010 Everest climb. [Oobject]

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Mountain Hardwear living up to its name on the summit of Everest. [Oobject]

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A breakdown of the kit required for a present day Everest climb. [Oobject]

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The first watch worn up Mt. Everest: A Rolex, but not an Explorer. [Oobject]

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Replica of jacket worn by the cameraman on Edmund Hilary's Everest ascent. [Oobject]

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Poisk, the Oxygen system used by most Everest climbers. [Oobject]

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The 1980s era equipment used for the first Australian ascent. [Oobject]

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awake15631

mountain hardwear* Either way, disappointing to see another article on the bastard child of mountaineering and climbing. Few legitimate climbers even want to climb that thing now that it has become the rich mans whore. Try covering a real mountain like K2 or something.