14er Pins

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Don’t Trust Anyone Under 14,000 Feet Colorado Pin - Black and White

These festive pins are way less grainy than the picture suggests. Each pin depicts a different 14er and sometimes has a mountain goat or something on it. In the event of a zombie apocalypse, these pins can also be used as a weapon or a tie clasp.

$6.95

Pyramid Peak Pin

Loose rock, steep climbing and big exposure give this aptly named symmetrical peak an earned reputation as one of the most difficult to summit of all the fourteeners in Colorado. Elevation 14,018 feet.

$6.95
CARABINERS
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CARABINERS

These festive pins are way less grainy than the picture suggests. Each pin depicts a different 14er and sometimes has a mountain goat or something on it. In the event of a zombie apocalypse, these pins can also be used as a weapon or a tie clasp.

$6.95

Quandary Peak Pin

The prominent East Ridge of Quandary is a popular climb from Highway 9. A road goes up Monte Cristo Gulch to the Blue Lakes and the bottom of the steep south (Cristo) couloir. Elevation 14,265 feet.

$6.95

Sunshine Peak Pin

The lowest 14er in North America, Sunshine Peak is joined to Redcloud Peak by an easy ridge in the San Juan Mountains. Elevation 14,001 feet.

$6.95
BANDANA-COLORADO DON'T TRUST-B
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BANDANA-COLORADO DON'T TRUST-B

These festive pins are way less grainy than the picture suggests. Each pin depicts a different 14er and sometimes has a mountain goat or something on it. In the event of a zombie apocalypse, these pins can also be used as a weapon or a tie clasp.

$5.95
BANDANA-COLORADO DON'T TRUST-N
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BANDANA-COLORADO DON'T TRUST-N

These festive pins are way less grainy than the picture suggests. Each pin depicts a different 14er and sometimes has a mountain goat or something on it. In the event of a zombie apocalypse, these pins can also be used as a weapon or a tie clasp.

$5.95

Mount of the Holy Cross Pin

Captured in fine form by western photographer Henry Jackson, the ice formation on this peak is famous. The cliff bands of the Cross couloir rise above columbines in East Cross Creek. Elevation 14,005 feet.

$6.95

Mount Democrat Pin

Near the town of Alma and up Buckskin Gulch, the south face of Democrat rises from Kite Lake. Miners that roamed for gold on its slopes named it for their beloved President Lincoln. Elevation 14,148 feet.

$6.95

Missouri Mountain Pin

Miners from the ""Show Me"" state named Missouri Gulch and this peak in the Sawatch Range. Above Missouri Gulch are Elkhead Pass and the ridges to Belford and Oxford. Elevation 14,067 feet.

$6.95

Windom Peak Pin

This peak above Chicago Basin in the San Juan Mountains was named not for the winds that can rake it, but for William Windom, a U.S. Senator and politician from Minnesota. Elevation 14,082 feet.

$6.95

Blanca Peak Pin

This southern Colorado peak is named for the Spanish word for ""white"" because of the snowfields near its top. Blanca is a big massif rising 7,000' above the San Luis Valley floor. Elevation 14,345 feet.

$6.95
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