Costa Mesa, CA (PRWEB) October 04, 2012
Featuring Alex Honnold, who gained fame from his Emmy nominated 60 minutes piece about free soloing in Yosemite, Chris Sharma, considered one of the best climbers in the world, and Sasha DiGiulian, the first American woman to climb a 5.14d route, this year’s film tour will be action packed and keep viewers on the edge of their seats.
The event is sponsored by some of the biggest names in the industry: The North Face, Gore-Tex, Wind Stopper, Petzl, Evolv, Clif Bar, Mad Rock & more, and is being hosted by the Gear Co-op, one of largest independently owned Outdoor Gear shops in Southern California.
In addition to the film, there will be slacklining, raffle prizes, drinks, food trucks, and discounts on rock climbing gear, outdoor clothing, and camping equipment.
Tickets are available at http://www.gearcoop.com
All proceeds benefit the Access Fund, an organization dedicated to protecting America’s climbing.
WHERE: 3315 Hyland Ave, Costa Mesa, CA
WHEN: Thursday, October 4, 5:00pm - 10:pm
ADMISSION: $8 pre-sale and $10 at the door. Tickets include 1 Free Beer or Drink and 1 Raffle ticket.
FILMS: In The Dura Dura (Hard Hard) Chris Sharma and Adam Ondra battle to complete the world’s first 5.15c., while in Honnold 3.0, Alex Honnold climbs the 3 biggest Yosemite routes in under 19 hours, 95% of it free soloing.
5:00 PM Slacklining, Beer, Bouldering, Food Trucks, Shopping
7:00 PM Film Starts
8:45 PM Raffle & Closing
About the Gear Co-op
The Gear Co-op began in 2009 as a small rock climbing shop in Costa Mesa, CA. Since then, they have expanded greatly and now carry a huge assortment of the highest quality clothing, climbing gear, tents, sleeping bags, and camping equipment: everything you need to tackle any outdoor adventure. The Gear Co-op is best known for being The Home of Free 2-Day shipping, and for backing their products with a 100% Ironclad Guarantee.