LOWA CLIMBING Team

Everyone started somewhere. That is the unanimous opinion of every professional athlete. Before you get somewhere, you have quite a few hours of training in front of you. And that’s not all: Competitive sport is a special financial challenge. Association membership fees, equipment, and travel expenses to events. It all adds up. In order to allow committed competitive climbers – at least a few of them – to focus better on their passions, we at LOWA offer appropriate support for future talent. But it is of course not enough to simply be a sponsor. We seek support that goes both ways. The experiences that athletes have with our products are for us more than essential. Because it is with their feedback that we know what our footwear can do and where we must make some improvements. Every opinion and suggestion for improvement from our athletes goes directly into product development.

Luisa Flohé

Luisa Flohé

Luisa Flohé, 15, lived without climbing for five years – those were the first five years of her life, mind you.

Yannick Flohé

Yannick Flohé

For more than 10 years, climbing has been a part of 17-year-old Yannick Flohé’s life.

Emilie Gerhardt

Emilie Gerhardt

Climbing is a huge passion for Emilie Gerhardt from Pforzheim in the Baden-Württemberg region of Southern Germany.

Luis Gerhardt

Luis Gerhardt

For Luis Gerhardt from Pforzheim, Germany, climbing is just as much a part of life as breathing.

Henry Lorenz

Henry Lorenz

Henry Lorenz, who was born in 2005, is the youngest member of the LOWA CLIMBING Team.

Christoph Schweiger

Christoph Schweiger

Christoph Schweiger got his first taste of climbing at the ripe old age of 4, when his father took him to the centre for the first time.