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Crewmembers are required to purchase their own crew colors. Crew colors refer to anything that bears the Lone Peak Hotshots Logo (The Goat) or is officially considered uniform. This page will outline what gear will be considered official uniform, the rough costs of each, and requirements for the 2021 season.
Upholding Standards: Let it be known now, as part of our crew Standard Operating Procedure (SOP), any individual who fails to complete the season, on good terms or bad, must return items with the crew logo at the individuals’ expense. While this may appear unfair, we do this to ensure that our crew logo is not being worn by individuals who do not uphold our standards. No exceptions will be made.
Grandfather Policy: All previous years Crew Colors (t-shirt, sweatshirt, jacket, etc.) will be grandfathered in and accepted as approved uniform. For example, if you have a Mountain Hardware Large Fill Down Jacket from years past, it will be permitted for use. However, you may not purchase that jacket any longer.
Worn Crew Colors: To improve professional appearance, any uniform that has holes or is visibly damaged are not permitted to be worn.
Pro Deals: If you plan on buying the beanie, sweatshirt, down jacket, etc., check first to see if a pro deal is available. Pro deals are reduced priced gear for industry experts like us. You can set one up directly with Patagonia or create an account with www.expertvoice.com to get Carhartt’s on a deal.
*Family Colors: New this year. Only crewmembers may wear black. If you would like to gift a family member a set of crew colors we will be doing the logo on a grey shirt. This will further uphold our standards and sanctity of our gear. Opportunity not available for rookies or first years.
Boots: Rookies and First Years (last years detailers) may have seen LPIHC crewmembers wearing 16″ tall logger boots with their Nomex bloused (tucked in). This is a tradition reserved for crew members who have survived their first season and were invited back for a second. You may purchase tall boots but you will not be permitted to blouse them.