Re-Gram: Show Us Your Old-School Climbing Photos

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Layton Kor epitomizing #oldschoolcool on the cover of the August 1983 issue of Climbing Magazine, with high socks, corduroy pants, a sweater, and a rack of pitons while leading the Salathé Wall in 1967

Layton Kor epitomizing #oldschoolcool on the cover of the August 1983 issue of Climbing Magazine, with high socks, corduroy pants, a sweater, and a rack of pitons while leading the Salathé Wall in 1967

To celebrate Climbing Magazine's 50th anniversary, our next issue’s Re-Gram will focus on Old School/#oldsschoolcool photos. You know, shots of your crusty trad-dad partner who still climbs in painter’s pants and a rugby shirt, or that weird ancient chock you harvested off pitch 6 of the Nose, or that“B1+” boulder problem at your local area that’s as much of a draw now as it was after the FA in the 1960s—or anything from your archives from the past five decades. Send them our way at letters@climbing.com, and the best image, as selected by us, will appear in our next issue plus win a pair of Upshot Belay Glasses from Metolius Climbing.

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