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Iconfactory Gear is Here!

Thanks to our friends at Buy Olympia and Panic, you can now order official Iconfactory merchandise. Go get it!

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Agua Stacks for Your Dock

Spruce up the appearance of your Leopard stacks with the latest freeware release from David Lanham - Agua Stacks.

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Go Climb a Rope!

Artist Anthony Piraino releases his iconic sequel to the popular "Take a Hike" icon set - "Climb On".

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Grab Your Gear!

Artist Anthony Piraino climbs to new heights with his latest freeware icon collection - Take a Hike.

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Tiger Extras

System replacement add-on icons for the Tiger OS.

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Climb On

These icons are all you need to go climb a rock!

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Take a Hike

Take your desktop on a hike into the great outdoors.

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Clipper System

Clean & simple system replacements for CandyBar.

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Mountaineering Gear

World of Copland style tents, ropes, & assorted gear.

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