Ed & Tiger Sweat
Ed & Tiger Sweat
Ed & Tiger Sweat
Ed & Tiger Sweat
€37.08 €74.17

Ed & Tiger Sweat

Round collar sweat

Made in Portugal
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Référence : M21514-DARK BLUE
  • 100% cotton
  • Ultra comfortable
  • Heavy sleeve ribs and also bottom sweat ribs
  • Mountains and nicknames (printed on the chest) of the mythic history of Everest
  • A tribute to the mountain pioneers
  • Sold with historic details

Machine washable at 30°C inside out, wash with like colours, risk of disgorging, gentle ironing, machine drying not recommended.

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Articles can be returned within 30 days.
Express delivery available.

History of the product


Sir Edmund Hillary, Ed for loved ones, is a great New Zealand mountaineer. He was the first to climb the Everest with Tencin Norjay, nicknamed Tiger, a sherpa he encountered during the expedition.

They arrived at the top of the world on May 29, 1953 at 11:30 a.m. Thanks to the strength and motivation of this sherpa, Sir Edmund was able to successfully complete this expedition. This duo will quickly be called Ed and Tiger.

If Ed & Tiger were the first men to set foot on the summit of Mount Everest, journalists have constantly sought which of the two men was honored to be the first. Tensing emphasized their team's unity and performance, denying the allegations of being helped, but revealing that Hillary had been the first to set foot on the summit. He will say, "If it is a shame to be the second man on Mount Everest, then I will have to live with this shame".

This expedition gathered only 14 climbers, 22 sherpas and 362 porters to transport 10 tonnes of equipment. It only took 2 attempts spaced 2 years apart for Sir Edmund Hillary to produce this feat.

Made in Europe

Our production is located in France and Portugal.

We worked hard to develop high quality products: the design, the cut, the stitch, the colours... Attached to authenticity that lays deep in the brand DNA, we indicate the place where our products are manufactured, France or Europe.