Easton Mountain Products Welcomes Outdoor Industry Veteran

New product line manager brings background in product development and R&D

— Easton Mountain Produtcts, a leader in precision-built outdoor equipment, is pleased to announce the addition of John Bercaw to the Easton team. As product manager, Bercaw will be an integral part of product development and will oversee snowshoe, tent and trekking pole product lines.

Armed with a Masters Degree in Exercise Physiology, Bercaw transitioned into the outdoor industry, working as head of research and development then line director at Black Diamond Equipment. He then moved to Chums and Beyond Coastal where he spent five years in product development and marketing.

An east coast native, John grew up exploring the Potomac’s Mather Gorge and Shenedoah National Park outside of Washington D.C., where he discovered climbing.

“I’m looking forward to working with the good people at Easton Mountain Products,” says John. “I hope to lend my support and expertise to this innovative team.”

“We’re pleased to have John’s experience and leadership behind our products,” says Easton Marketing Coordinator Rich Packer. “Our product development team is an exciting place to be, and we know he’ll keep the momentum going.”

Easton Mountain Products, a leader in precision-built outdoor equipment since 1922, is dedicated to engineering the very best in technical outdoor gear for the serious user. At the core is Easton's proprietary manufacturing of high-strength lightweight aluminum and carbon fiber tubing. Decades of experience and dedication to quality Easton Mountain Products delivers dependable mountaineering, trekking, and winter products to help you Go Farther™

Easton is committed to our long-standing environmental responsibility policy. 100% of Easton Mountain Sports production energy is offset with renewable wind-power energy. Easton incorporates unmatched technology to decrease the environmental impact of our product and processes through renewable resources and recyclable materials.