What is the Climb Goddamn Program?
So you've been getting free size-ups since you were born, and now you're looking to keep the Mount Inspiration vibes alive! Well, we won't let you down dudes and dudettes, because we freaking love recycling, upcycling, sustainability, and everything in between... But most of all, we love you!!
You know what we also love? Practicing what we preach.
That's why we started the It is Not the Mountain We Conquer But Ourselves Program for adults. If you bought your shirts at a time when you weighed significantly more than you do now, let us know in the form below and we will give you the size you need for free. You just cover shipping.
We also know people buy new shirts all the time, and that's super cool and we're super thankful. But sometimes, you just get tired of your shirt and want another one. And that's AY-OK, homie: if you've owned your shirt for at least a year, just send it back with a proof of purchase date and we'll get you another shirt for free.
Want a brand new tee? That's cool too -- just send in your old one and we'll give you the new one at 50% off. Yay. Everybody wins!
How do you upcycle the garments?
1. If they're in great condition, they're sanitized and will be placed in the It is Not the Mountain bin for customers to purchase at 50% off retail pricing, as well as mailed to other participants in the program who are exchanging their one year plus old shirt for another one in great condition.
2. If they're in decent condition, they will be donated to a local homeless shelter at the end of the year.
3. If they're in poor condition, we'll tear them down and use them as rags for our screen printing process.
Does it cost anything?
You just cover shipping. If you are exchanging after a year of ownership and would like a brand new garment, indicate so on the form below and we'll give you a code for 50% off.
Sounds super awesome. What else do you need from me?
Fill out the form below and we'll send you all you need to know. Stay adventurous, my friends.
This program operates on the honor system. Please don't abuse it.