Riverview Climbers

My father purchased my first pair Lowa boots from Uncle Eyeballs Mountain Emporium, in 1976.

That year I became an Eagle Scout. I went to the Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico and climbed Mount Baldy, a 12,000 feet peak in my Lowa Davos. Later when I graduated from Penn State University and began to climb ice, I purchased a pair of Lowa Alspitz. Since then I have gone thru a pair of Renegade GTX's and have purchased Lowa Civetta plastic boots for our climbing school.

All of us at the Riverview Outdoor Adventure Climbing School love Lowa boots. I hope you continue to craft quality footwear for years to come.

Regards,
Barry R. Riverview Outdoor Adventures Climbing School
Certified PCGI Single Pitch Guide Certified
AMGA Top Rope Site Manager


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