MOUNTAIN wins two iF DESIGN Product awards for Everest and Makalu 67

MOUNTAIN’s debut mouse and keyboard impress the judges of iF DESIGN World Design Guide 

Freiburg, Germany, April 20, 2021 –MOUNTAIN, creator of innovative, premium peripherals with user-centric design to enable gamers to perform at their best, has won two iF DESIGN Product awards in the category Product for the Everest keyboard and Makalu 67 mouse after competing with 10,000 submissions from 60 countries.

The highly customizable Everest turned iF judges’ heads with its sheer number of innovative features, making for an unparalleled and user-centric keyboard experience that can be tailored to every user’s personal preference. Featuring several unique and patent-pending features, such as attachable modules, display keys or magnetic riser feet, combined with the industry gold standards for switches and stabilizers, Everest scored iF’s Product award.

With only 67g of weight, Makalu 67 offers a mid-to-large sized gaming mouse at the weight level of much smaller gaming mice, building upon a unique rib cage design that trims unnecessary fat while offering a rigid structure with maximum comfort. The unique concept, built-to-last structure and outstanding performance impressed the iF judges, yielding a reward in the Product category.

“From the very beginning MOUNTAIN has been focused on designing products which provide innovative features to our customers,” said Tobias Brinkmann, Founder & CEO of MOUNTAIN. “We are incredibly honored to receive the world-renowned iF awards as recognition for our efforts.”

Both Everest and Makalu 67 are available in different configurations and colors on


MOUNTAIN creates innovative, premium peripherals with a user-centric design that enables gamers to perform at their best. Our vision is for gamers to have what they need to perform, through uncompromising innovation, pioneering design, supreme quality, and customization. “Reach Your Summit” is the mantra of MOUNTAIN.



Recognized as a symbol of design excellence around the world, the iF DESIGN AWARD welcomed 2021 almost 10,000 submissions from 60 countries. Every year, the iF DESIGN AWARD identifies outstanding design, its relevance for business and everyday life and awards one of the most important seals of quality in the world. Awarded in Germany since 1953, the iF label is a reliable sign of good design for consumers as well as the design community. Such designers like Dieter Rams, Richard Sapper, Franco Clivio or Stefan Dietz and Paola Picasso, to name a few, have already taken part in the iF jury sessions.