Category: Interviews

Exploring Eastern Sierra Rock with Ibex Advocate Tammy Wilson

Tammy Wilson moved to Mammoth Lakes, California for the winters, but a drought brought her to Bishop’s Happy Boulders instead of the slopes. She’s been climbing ever since, and while her love for the sport began with bouldering, she quickly started exploring classic sport routes in the Owens River Gorge and has added several of… Read more »

Ibex/Noble introduces Wool Denim jeans

  Working with Noble Denim, we developed something that has never been done before; a Wool Denim jean. Limited edition, these jeans are more then meets the eye. The Wool Denim Noble Collab is a mid-rise, modern classic fit with room to breathe through the thigh. Slightly tapered from the knee down. Finished with copper… Read more »

Björn Bauer is Stranded in the Backcountry

Gotta get up to fall down. Photo by Björn Bauer. The premise: “Stranded in the Backcountry” is Ibex’s mash up of the New York Times’ “Three Days In…” series, NPR’s Desert Island Discs, and our own bias for skipping out on society every now and again. Whether it’s a stroke a good luck or your… Read more »

Annie Tedesco is Stranded in the Irish Backcountry

The premise: “Stranded in the Backcountry” is Ibex’s mash up of the New York Times’ “Three Days In…” series, NPR’s Desert Island Discs, and our own bias for skipping out on society every now and again. Whether it’s a stroke a good luck or your worst, extroverted nightmare is up to you. Who: Anne Tedesco… Read more »

Stranded in the Backcountry With Ibex’s Own VP of Product, James Fisher

In our ongoing series…wait…does two over a year count as a series (one, two)? Sure. In our ongoing series, Stranded in the Backcountry, Ibex wants to know how you’d spend three, blissful days alone in nature. All of your basic needs are covered (food, water, heat, shelter, etc.) are in this “what if” game masquerading… Read more »

NBC News came to Ibex HQ recently to see firsthand our commitment to a pet friendly office culture. Watch legendary host Harry Smith meet with our staff and check out some behind-the-scenes photos below. Thanks for stopping by, NBC! (Source: http://player.theplatform.com/)

Q&A with Max Krimmer, Filmmaker behind “Huntsmen,” the New Bouldering Film

Filmmaker and climber Max Krimmer spent nearly 18 months with a cadre of wildly talented climbers shooting one of the most anticipated bouldering films in recent memory. The film, titled Huntsmen, premieres this Saturday, September 20, 2014, in Boulder, Colo. It was shot all around Southern Colorado, within a few hours of Krimmer’s (then) home… Read more »

Ride Above Depression Cycles Toward Mental and Physical Well-Being

“To put it simply, cycling is therapy in motion.” – Jeremiah Reiner Since early March, Jeremiah Reiner and Elise Porter have been riding their bikes across the country – a tour that’s on just about every cyclist’s list. But these best friends and teammates are making it happen for more than just the joy of… Read more »