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  1. These boots are bomb proof, pure rad! They've always been a bit big for me and finally got newer boots that fit me better. I'll miss these. They are awesome for charging, and really useful for powering through the crud. Dynafit Titan backcountry ski boots - have another pair and we are downsizing. These have the regular tech (pin) binding system at the toe. The Dynafit Titans are an older model, a bit heavier than some of the newer models on the market, but are a stiff boot, which makes for a great transition into the backcountry. These boots have seen lots of turns in the backcountry, which is reflected in the price, but still work great! 4 buckle system with upper booster strap, walk mode, Intuition liners, Mondo size 27.5 (about men's 9.5), 312mm boot sole length.
  2. Men's La Sportiva Trango EVO Mountain Boots (sz 42, 8.5) $190 These are great all around mountain boots. They are a tad too small for me. I've used them a bit but found afterwards that they are too tight. I bought a replacement pair cause I really like the boot but bought them a half size bigger. I'm now selling as lightly used boots for a greatly reduced price than I bought them for. Photos here You can read all the details on many outdoor gear sites. For example: These are great all around mountain boots. They are a tad too small for me. I've used them a bit but found afterwards that they are too tight. I bought a replacement pair cause I really like the boot but bought them a half size bigger. I'm now selling as lightly used boots for a greatly reduced price than I bought them for. You can read all the details on many outdoor gear sites. For example: https://www.moosejaw.com/moosejaw/shop/product_La-Sportiva-Men-s-Trango-S-EVO-GTX-Boot_10018754_10208_10000001_- Size 42, Men's 8.5]on moosejaw[/url] Size 42, Men's 8.5
  3. I may be heading up there. If so I'll look for your shoes.
  4. Nice work Skagit boys! Climbed E Wilman's in rainstorm a few November's back! Wish I had seen the summit register.
  5. Well used splitboard with bindings - lots of life left. Set up for standard snowboard boats with voile larger risers. 159cm. Bindings plates are configurable, thus can be set up for goofy or regular foot. Craigslist ad Please respond to the CL ad.
  6. congrats ya bunch of skagit drag queens! I missed this one but will in for future sufferfests! and for the hunter of course.
  7. http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/spo/5914267202.html
  8. FS: Never used BD Zion Haulbag

    yeah the yellow thing is our cat's toy full of catnip.
  9. Same one as this one http://blackdiamondequipment.com/en_US/big-wall-climbing/zion-haul-bag-BD8102800000ALL1.html $100 Sorry about the orientation. Looks fine on my computer but then changes when i upload.
  10. I'm looking for a climbing / scrambling partner for Lemah peak this weekend. I have plenty of gear and know this area from Chikamin, Chimney Rock and Summit Chief climbs I've done in the area. Alternatively I'd be up for East R of Forbidden or really lots of other options. PM me if interested.
  11. FS: BD Ultralight Cam

    A bunch of these became available so I ordered a few. I ordered an extra number 3 in case they aren't available again for awhile. If you want one, you can grab the extra one i got (otherwise I'll just keep it which is cool too!!) $110 + tax = $121. No cheaper than getting it on BD but you can get it now http://blackdiamondequipment.com/en_US/climbing-cams-stoppers-nuts-hexes/camalot-ultralight-BD262164_cfg.html#start=2 PM me please
  12. http://www.ebay.com/itm/-/301868434091?
  13. Way to get after it! Sounds like a true adventure! How far can you make it up the road and in general how were the road conditions?
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