The Scarpa Manta has been an icon for over three decades. As a multi award winning model in various generations it has represented the "benchmark" in 4 season Mountain boots. Evolving over many generations, the new Manta Tech represents the 7th incarnation in a long line of market leading equity!
They look nice boots and are still grey like back in 1991 when I first saw people wearing them, but yeah - WTF? Is there anyway in which that sentence makes any sense? Isn't equity in that sense just the value of a company as expressed by shares sold? Leaving the boots aside - can you have "market leading equity" in any sense? One of the business-y types here might be able to explain if some business people use that term in a way that I at least don't understand at all.
Fri Night Vid 12-year-old Gianluca Vighetti climbs 9a
This week's Friday Night Video features 12-year-old Gianluca Vighetti, who in September 2021, climbed his hardest route to date with an ascent of TCT (9a), at Gravere, Italy. With his ascent, Gianluca became the youngest person to have climbed...
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