Want $50 off your next Mountain Hardwear jacket? Alpenglow Sports has partnered with outdoor industry leader Mountain Hardwear to bring an unprecendented retail offer to the Lake Tahoe Basin. Through November 4th, bring in your serviceable (read: good quality) waterproof garment and Alpenglow Sports will give you $50 off any new DryQ Elite hardshell from Mountain Hardwear. “Cash For Clunkers” Gear Trade | Get $$$ Off The Purchase Of A New Jacket AND Support A Good Cause!!! | Unofficial Networks

"Cash For Clunkers" Gear Trade | Get $$$ Off The Purchase Of A New Jacket AND Support A Good Cause!!!

"Cash For Clunkers" Gear Trade | Get $$$ Off The Purchase Of A New Jacket AND Support A Good Cause!!!

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"Cash For Clunkers" Gear Trade | Get $$$ Off The Purchase Of A New Jacket AND Support A Good Cause!!!

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Want $50 off your next Mountain Hardwear jacket? Alpenglow Sports has partnered with outdoor industry leader Mountain Hardwear to bring an amazing retail offer to the Lake Tahoe Basin. Through November 4th, bring in your serviceable (read: good quality) waterproof garment and Alpenglow Sports will give you $50 off any new DryQ Elite hardshell from Mountain Hardwear.

The goal of the program is two fold: (1) to get hardcore users like those found in the Lake Tahoe area hip to Hardwear’s new DryQ Elite waterproof/breathable technology, and (2) to promote a good cause. For every jacket which Alpenglow receives, they will turn around and donate the piece to Adventure Risk Challenge (ARC), which is a:

“UC Berkeley & UC Merced innovative literacy and leadership program for high school youth, linking wilderness to academics, adventure to leadership, environmental science to literacy and confidence to activism. Their transformative year-round program improves academic skills, exposes youth to a range of natural environments and wilderness experiences, and inspires the confidence they need to envision and accomplish goals, succeed in high school, attend college, and become engaged, empowered citizens. ARC currently offers two programs, serving Northern and Central California, at the Sagehen Creek Field Station in the Tahoe/Truckee area and in Yosemite National Park at the Yosemite Field Station. 
For 2011 Mountain Hardwear, along with many big name apparel companies, move away from using Gore-tex in their waterproof pieces. Accordingly, Hardwear has developed the new laminate technology Dry Q Elite. The idea behind Dry Q Elite is that it is an air-permeable membrane that allows air (not just moisture) to pass outward through the fabric. According to their data, it is up to two times more breathable than industry standards, works immediately to keep you cool and dry, clamminess is prevented by “always-on” breathability, and is the most durable waterproof-breathable in the industry.

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