With only 3 days left in the Everest Auction, make sure you get a last look at a collection of our favourite costume lots up for auction…
In partnership with Walden Media, Prop Store’s Everest Auction includes an exclusive collection of over 230 original props and costumes used in the making of the biopic adventure movie Everest (2015) – including Rob Hall’s (Jason Clarke) and Scott Fischer’s (Jake Gyllenhaal) ‘Mountaineering’ Costumes.
There’s only a couple of days left in the auction, so take a look at some of our favourite costume lots below and make sure you get your bids in before it’s too late…
Rob Hall (Jason Clarke) wore his costume during the climb up the higher levels of Mount Everest towards its summit. The lot consists of a red down suit, a purple and green collar fleece (with arms removed for production-use), a black Rab sleeveless onesie (size large), a pair of green gaiters, a pair of black Black Diamond gloves with inner gloves inside, a red and blue fleece beanie and a pair of pink Scarpa boots with detachable lining boots.
Rob Hall (Jason Clarke) wore his rucksack throughout his climb to the summit of Mount Everest. Made by Greensport Monte Bianco, the pink and purple featuring multiple buckles with padded straps and hip belt. It is accompanied by a Motorola radio remote speaker, screw-top water bottle covered by a neoprene pouch and tape, climbing carabiners, an ascender and assorted colourful rope and straps.
Scott Fischer (Jake Gyllenhaal) wore his costume during the climb up the higher levels of Mount Everest towards its summit. The lot consists of a teal and black Helly Hansen down suit, a black woollen “Mountain Madness” hat, a blue Black Wolf fleece (size medium), a pair of blue and green Helly Hansen gloves, a grey fleece neck buff, black Uvex goggles with orange lens, a pair of black Forty Below overboots and a pair of yellow La Sportiva boots. An original wardrobe tag is attached to the down suit reading “Scott Fisher (SIC) Hero Downsuit.”
Scott Fischer (Jake Gyllenhaal) wore his rucksack throughout his climb to the summit of Mount Everest. Made by The North Face, the purple and black rucksack features multiple buckles with padded straps and is accompanied by an ice axe, a pair of hiking poles, an oxygen mask, a head torch, climbing carabiners, various ropes and harnesses, an ascender and a green roll mat. The rucksack displays a label written on bright orange tape reading “Scott Fischer”. The hiking poles are each marked “Scott Fischer” in rubbed black marker pen with the oxygen mask and head torch also marked “Scott”.
Beck Weathers (Josh Brolin) wore his costume when he and the other climbers attempt to climb Mount Everest. The lot consists of a dark brown and grey down jacket (size medium/large), a pair of dark brown and grey, a grey fleece gilet (size medium), a pair of purple and red mountaineering boots, a black fleece Marmot head band, a red neck buff and a red fleece hat.
Beck Weathers (Josh Brolin) wore his rucksack throughout his climb to the summit of Mount Everest. The blue and black rucksack features multiple buckles with padded straps and is accompanied by a blue sleeping bag, a metal ice axe, a pair of hiking poles, a head torch, an oxygen mask, climbing carabiners, various ropes and harnesses, an ascender, a water bottle and a red roll mat. The hiking poles and water bottle are each marked “Beck Weathers” in black marker pen, and the roll mat, head torch and oxygen mask are each marked “Beck”.
There’s jonly 3 DAYS left to bid on these great Everest costumes in the Prop Store Everest Auction, so make sure you check out the full catalogue of over 230 items now and make sure you get your bids in now on all your favourite items!
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