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Steve Climber spotted in Ca. desert

October 27th, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments
Steve Climber: The outdoor's ultimate enthusiast

Steve Climber: The outdoor's ultimate enthusiast

Steve Climber was spotted in the Mojave desert recently sporting his world famous “French Wedge” hiking gear and wearing what looks like a fully loaded backpack (You may have to scroll up and down to see the entire pack). Rumor has it that Steve was working on a new ad for the good people at Archwood. Could this be a new model to replace the Flextrek 37 Trillion? Stay tuned.

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  1. little lucifer
    April 4th, 2012 at 10:53 | #1

    i know for a fact …he keeps plant porn in that bigpack

  2. Old Pappy
    October 30th, 2009 at 12:25 | #2

    Ayyy Boys, that’s one hell of a pack! When I goes out to nature I think I’ll add that thing–a FlexerTec?. Hell there’s no predictin’ what new gizmos they’ll come up with in these modern times. I’m going to REI this pm and talk about orderin’ one. When I hike I wear stilts, unless I’m hikin’ in water, ’cause I’m afraid of snake bites-plus I don’t like to touch bushes. With that pack I can keep my stilts away from the elements when I make my camp site in the evening.You’re the man Steve!!

  3. michael
    October 28th, 2009 at 16:50 | #3

    I’m not in freudian analysis or anything… but there is something so red-blooded american and sexy about the flextrex form factor! it screams virility. and sustainability. and abundance! Any chance flextrex is working on a pharmaceutical offering that might give me the same feeling in a pill? thanks Steve!

  4. Kate
    October 28th, 2009 at 14:16 | #4

    Once I ran into Steve Climber while I was out on the trail. It was a lucky break for me because I was in dire need of a treadmill, a washing machine, a tractor, three goldfish, and a bowl of Chinese Chicken salad. Can you believe it? Steve Climber had every single item on my list in his pack! He is my hero.

  5. Steve Climber
    October 28th, 2009 at 09:26 | #5

    Thanks to all the outdoors enthusiasts who follow me as I make sure everything is o.k. out there. I rarely open my backpack when on the trail. I keep it stocked with anything that might come in handy as I make my rounds. These are precautionary items. One never knows when they will be needed. Odds are they will never be taken out of the pack but the secure feeling of knowing they are there is worth everything. Darren is correct when he calls me a minimalist. I use no tent or sleeping bag and survive on the seeds. stems, leaves and larvae I gather along the trail. There is neither the time nor space here to list even half of the contents of my pack but we can all sleep better knowing that when Steve Climber is on the trail he is prepared for everything.

  6. Ron
    October 27th, 2009 at 15:30 | #6

    Wow! Look at those towering rocks! His pack looks kind of heavy, maybe he took out a bunch of books from the library on the local flora and fauna and that’s what’s in there.

  7. October 27th, 2009 at 11:23 | #7

    Steve Climber seems to be a minimalist. Since all he wears is shoes, socks, french wedge, hat, and glasses, what the hell is in his pack? Why does he need such a big back pack? Does he even use a tent? I heard that he just eats plants raw so need no cooking utensils. Please inform me now.

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