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  1. Going to AK or Patagonia? Thermo Rock Liners that can be removed and used for climbing cold rock faces.Brand new with tags. Size 10. Made for Koflach Arctis but probably will fit Verticals too. Retail $125.00...make me a reasonable offer. (I will post photos in the next day or two)
  2. Blue, size Large with eVent shell. This jacket is cherry(worn maybe a couple of times). Won on eBay but too small for me(fits more like a med). Comes with optional hood. Total retail is $345. Make me an offer, I just want to recover my losses.
  3. Feathered Friends Volant Jacket

    Another photo
  4. Wild Things Andinista

    Older style, medium, blue Andinista. Excellent shape - used only a couple of times. $150
  5. Wild Things Andinista

  6. They have fixed all the problems with the stretch triolets (eg: adding leather to high abrasion areas). Loss of a little dexterity but they are still my all around favorite!
  7. Wild Things Andinista

    The pack has all the bells and whistles (or lack there of) that has given the Andinista its' rep. It has only been used a couple of times and shows virtually no wear. I am in BC and will cover shipping to NW.
  8. Wild Things Andinista

    no wear on bottom
  9. Don't know the model, but they are a few years old used only a couple of times in perfect condition. Size large. Leather palms, liner is removable thin fleece glove also w/leather palm. Snow shirt draw cord. $50
  10. TNF Expedition Climbing Gloves

    and another...no wear whatsoever.
  11. TNF Expedition Climbing Gloves

    here is a picture
  12. Wild Things Andinista

    No really here it is...
  13. Wild Things Andinista

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  14. Alaska Questions

    I don't think I would completely rely on schoeller up there.
  15. washing your rope

    Has anyone re dry treated a rope before? Does it work?
  16. Prince Wales Island

    So many caves yet to be explored...the cave system on POW is second to none. The trick is to find them. A lot are still hush-hush The limstone associated with the caves is your best bet for climbing. Mountain biking (fireroad biking)will probably be your mainstay or fishing or kayaking...As far as the rain goes - Washington is a desert!!