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It Never Needs Washing!


The good people at Archwood want to remind you that it’s summer and you need a new piece of hiking/climbing/backpacking apparel. If you want to look like Steve Climber on the trail you’d better step up, and strap on the French Wedge! Don’t get caught looking like a fool on the trail wearing last years apparel, this unit is what everyone is wearing now.  Don’t miss out!

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  1. Old Pappy
    June 3rd, 2010 at 12:09 | #1

    Aye boys. Yah ever notice that disgusting maneuver that puppys do on your carpet when they got worms. Well that’s what I feel like doin’ after wearin’ my French Wedge fer about a month. I got itchiness. Odors don’t bother me none. I sprayed some Bactine on my hindquarters fer this problem but only get temporary relief. Other than that I like my Wedge.

  2. Steve Climber
    May 29th, 2010 at 11:33 | #2

    This video really showcases the freedom of movement one feels when wearing The French Wedge. And the spines of those cholla cactus are no match for a well seasoned French Wedge such as the one Ive been wearing now for OVER TEN YEARS. I hope to one day auction off my French Wedge for a worthy charity. Let me know if YOU have any ideas for a great cause to support!
    Best Wishes, Steve Climber

  3. David
    May 28th, 2010 at 23:04 | #3

    One last Question, Is that true Steve turned down “Dancing With the Stars”?

  4. David
    May 28th, 2010 at 22:59 | #4

    Just got back from another Graduation Party, I’ve been the Six of them in two weeks.
    It was good to hear from you, Thought you might be gone for the weekend. Steve reminds me of Stu.
    Did Stu graduate from School of Archaeology at the University of Oxford? Or did he just teach there. Does he ever get asked to come back to speak to the Gratuating Classes, or do they settle for a President or an Astronaut.
    My Wife just caught me looking at Steve Climber’s close up shot.
    Nice camera work, by the way. I thought she had gone to bed.
    Time to go

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