So as to fund first generation, Jim is conducting a Kickstarter effort to take pre-orders to get The First Klettersack. Early bird prices begin at $75 but they are moving fast. Delivery is anticipated in October. Over on the campaign you may also have a look at some awesome 70s climbing photographs from the Wilderness Experience catalog back then.
Where it became a favorite climbers and mountaineers of the day Back in 1974, the group introduced the Klettersack back pack. Now Jim Thomsen managed to reacquire the Wilderness Experience signature that is first in order to reintroduce The Klettersack to the entire world.
Leading mountaineers used on important expeditions around the globe wilderness Experience packs. From the 1980s the product lineup comprised backpacks, sleeping bags, purses and apparel. Wilderness Experience was the outdoor organization to complete a stock offering and was listed on the NASDAQ. Wilderness Expertise had seven factories in the USA with hundreds of employees and has been sending tens of thousands of goods every day.
The Klettersack is going to be fabricated at a factory located in Vietnam, which Jim utilized when he was President of JanSport, EastPak and Kipling International. More to the point, they are a part of the Fair Wear Foundation, a foundation committed to making life better for their own employees and upholding labor criteria.
Back in 1971, through the heyday of outside company beginnings, Greg, Jim, and Laurie Thomsen began an outside school and guide service named Wilderness Experience. The next year, they started manufacturing products in Chatsworth, California.
The Original Klettersack is going to be made using the original layout, the identical high quality hardware and materials, and will be constructed to the identical standards.The backpack offers 28 liters or 1700 cubic inches of storage room, features a full span, foam-padded backpanel, along with zippered top pocket on the lid. The package is made from Cordura.