The Latest, Greatest 4,000-Footer Swag

March 6, 2017

There are myriad ways to celebrate the iconic list that is the 4,000-footers of New Hampshire. Now a whole new batch of T-shirts, posters, and other items are available to help capture the obsession, fascination, and dedication these mountains inspire.

These 48 peaks, each of which rises to a height above 4,000 feet, have been represented in many a product to date. Indeed, AMC’s online store features a whole collection of 4,000-footer items, including a Nalgene bottle, tumbler, pint glass,  passport book, T-shirts, and more. (I’m personally partial to the 3-D wall map.) I’ve also written before about the periodic table of 4,000 footers and highlighted other items as well.

The center section of the 3-D wall map of New Hampshire's 4,000 footers. Available from the AMC store. $42.95 (members save 10%)
The center section of the 3-D wall map of New Hampshire’s 4,000 footers. $42.95 in the AMC store (members save 10%).

In addition to these products, even more options have become available recently from the design-your-own sites Zazzle and Etsy. Here are a few of my favorites:


Peak by Peak, a Manchester, New Hampshire-based operation, has a store on Zazzle that offers multiple designs celebrating not just the New Hampshire 48, but also the NE 67, Adirondack 46, and Long Trail, among others. The nice thing about Zazzle is that you can put the design on a multitude of different shirt styles in a variety of different colors.

One of the list design shirts from Peak by Peak on Zazzle ($20).
One of the list collage shirts from <a href="">Peak by Peak on Zazzle</a> ($20).

Successful 4,000-footer club members might also like this design on Zazzle from Breaking Ultra ($25).



There’s a full slate of 4,000-footer products on Etsy, the do-it-yourself online craft marketplace, including flasks, beer steins,  summit sign posters, and hats. My personal favorite is this poster from Daydream Hunter ($27), a colorful and visually striking depiction of the 4,000 footers in ascending order.


Of course all of these products pale in comparison to the real thing—consider them motivation and inspiration for the coming summer hiking season!

Hike on!

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Matt Heid

Equipped blogger Matt Heid is AMC's gear guru: He loves gear and he loves using it in the field. While researching several guidebooks, including AMC's Best Backpacking in New England, he has hiked thousands of miles across New England, California, and Alaska, among other wilderness destinations. He also cycles, climbs, and surfs.