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  1. Vasque Ice 9000 boots Size 9

    bump for nice boots at a great price.
  2. Used Vasque Ice 9000 boots Size 9. Thermo linkers. Thats about it. Great condition. Located in Hood River, Or. $100
  3. Who has used a North Face Solar Flare

    I had one for a while, I really disliked the hood on it. I think the hood on marmot/western mountaineering bags work way better. Other than that, it worked well enough.
  4. Boot liners

    I actually just picked up a pair of the g-fits for my scarpa laser's. And I have no idea how to cook them (temp/time/etc). Any tips?
  5. Wanted: Bivy Sack

    Looking for a bivy sack. OR, Wild Things, Bibler etc. The simpler the better, anyone have one they're willing to part with
  6. Slightly used for one winter season but as new. Been on no more than 5 trips total. -20F, -30C Winter bag with dryloft. Total weight only 3lb 10oz. 35 oz of fill. Retails for around $600+. 6' size regular. Full specs are here: http://www.westernmountaineering.com/ba_PumaSuperDL.htm This is hands down the best sleeping bag I've ever used. The hood is a work of art. I'm just not going to be in the kind of climate where I need it anymore. I'm looking for $400/obo.
  7. 2 person Crevasse Rescue

    I've found the same. Usually you can drop the coils which gets the weight centered lower, and then pound in an ice tool and transfer some of the load onto that using a prussik. That should free you up enough to dig a t-slot or pound in a picket. With a little practice its not too difficult. From there drop-loops or z-drags are simple to set up if needed, although your partner should almost always be able to self-rescue.
  8. Snow pickets vs. snow flukes

    I've always used snow pickets for my belays in snow, whether it be vertical or t-slot placements. In real soft snow, I've always had trouble getting anything real good with a t-slot anchor. Are the self diving flukes better for belays in these conditions? Or at least quicker than building endless t-slots? They don't appear to be as versatile in harder snow/ice but it might be worth picking one up for the days I plan on wallowing around in sugar snow. Thanks for any insight.
  9. North Face baltoro down jacket

    Still up for grabs, gimme an offer, trade, pile of peanuts, something
  10. North Face baltoro down jacket. 800-fill down. Gore dryloft shell. This years model. All the bells and whistles. Has more down in it than most sleeping bags. Basically brand new. I think it retails for around $575. It can be found for $499 on the net. Looking for $350 obo. Or trade for a pile of climbing gear (carabiners, quickdraws, trad gear, etc.). Size medium, pretty roomy for a medium. Color blue. Pictures can be uploaded if anyones interested. Here's a generic pic I also have a north face kichatna jacket, gore-tex xcr, good condition, size medium, can be sold/traded as a package or seperate. nice jacket. cheers. -chris