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  1. for sale FS - Wild Things eVent Bivy

    Time to let go of some alpine climbing gear as I'm not getting out as much as I should like. Wild Things eVent Bivy, Spectra tie-in loop & zip out bug netting. lightly used, GREAT bivy, made totally out of eVent. Looking for $110+PP&shipping.Email is robpatterson5@gmail.com
  2. Time to let go of some alpine climbing gear as I'm not getting out as much as I should like. First up is a Feathered Friends Vireo Sleeping Bag in EPIC, I believe this is the 62" length - $220USD+shipping. very lightly used Email is robpatterson5@gmail.com
  3. FS: Ski/Alpine Gear - BD, Metolious, Dynafit ect..

    OK - other stuff! Hiking Boots: * Old-school Salomon leather hikers, sz 42, pretty heavy duty boot but really awesome pair of hikers. Fits about 8.5US mens. Never wear these guys, $70 * Lightweight pair of hiking boots from Mephisto, fits mens 8.5-9. Great boots, rarely wear them though. $50
  4. Realizing that life has brought me far from the mountains and that since I haven't used most of this gear in the past year or two, it is time to pass it on to someone who will! If using Paypal (which I recommend) add 1.5% to split fees 50/50. All prices are in USD and shipping is extra. Let me know if I'm out of line with any of the prices. Ski Gear: -Dynafit zZero carbon fiber Green Machine Boots, used one season, 26.0. $125USD. -Dynafit toe piece, got it as a spare for piece of mind in case I ever needed one on a long tour. Yours for $35 Climbing Gear: La Sportiva Lhotse GTX Ice Climbing & Mountaineering Boot for sale. Size 41.5, fits about men’s 8US (9.5 for women). Very lightly used, too small for my feet and I do not get out ice climbing enough to keep a spare pair on hand. $150 Metolious Multi-Loop Gear Sling w/ chest strap, really never used, turns out I prefer a single sling - $20 5.10 velcro rock shoes w/ C4 rubber. Like the Anasazi Velcro but more relaxed for all-day climbs. $40 BD Peckers - $12/each (2x #2, 1x #3) DMM Bulldog - $25 BD Fig-8 - $8 Carabiners - $5/each BD axe bolt and wrench - Free w/$200+ Misc Bashies - Free w/$200+ Misc crampon stuff (G14 frount point, rear bails, ect) - what do you need?
  5. Thought I'd bump this as it is summer alpine season and this stuff is still kicking around.... Still available: Ski Gear: * Dynafit zZero carbon fiber Green Machine Boots, used one season, 26.0. $135USD. * Dynafit toe piece, got it as a spare for piece of mind in case I ever needed one on a long tour. Yours for $35 Boots: * Forty Below® K2 Superlight Overboots, XXL, fits 43 Spantiks - $50 Climbing Gear: * BD Venom ice tools - outfitted with Grivel Sliders to make them leashless alpine tools, they also come with a set of older BD Twist leashes if you feel like being like Twight. Curved classic self-arrest pic included (but not pictured). 60cm and 52cm in length. Looking for $175 for the set. * Simond Super Fox w/ Grivel Leash - $50 * Ball Nuts - $25/each * DMM Bulldog - $25 * BD Fig-8 - $8 * BD axe bolt and wrench - Free w/$200+ * Misc Bashies - Free w/$200+
  6. Realizing that life has brought me far from the mountains and that since I haven't used most of this gear in the past year or two, it is time to pass it on to someone who will! If using Paypal (which I recommend) add 1.5% to split fees 50/50. All prices are in USD and shipping is extra. Let me know if I'm out of line with any of the prices. Pics are over at MountainProject: http://www.mountainproject.com/v/fs-black-diamond-dynafit-yates-la-sportiva-a5-petzl-grivel-ect/109673929 Ski Gear: -Dynafit zZero carbon fiber Green Machine Boots, used one season, 26.0. $135USD. -Dynafit toe piece, got it as a spare for piece of mind in case I ever needed one on a long tour. Yours for $35 Boots: Forty Below® K2 Superlight Overboots, XXL, fits 43 Spantiks - $50 Sleeping Bags: Wild Things eVent Bivy (w/ zip out bug netting and Spectra tie-in loop), lightly used, GREAT bivy, made totally out of eVent. Looking for $150. bradleyalpinist.com/cart/index... Climbing Gear: BD Venom ice tools - outfitted with Grivel Sliders to make them leashless alpine tools, they also come with a set of older BD Twist leashes if you feel like being like Twight. Curved classic self-arrest pic included (but not pictured). 60cm and 52cm in length. Looking for $175 for the set. Yates Belay Seat - $15 Metolious Multi-Loop Gear Sling w/ chest strap, really never used, turns out I prefer a single sling - $15 Simond Super Fox w/ Grivel Leash - $50 Ball Nuts - $25/each BD Peckers - $12/each (2x #2, 1x #3) DMM Bulldog - $25 BD Fig-8 - $8 BD axe bolt and wrench - Free w/$200+ Misc Bashies - Free w/$200+
  7. WTB long winter sleeping bag 0-(-20) degree

    I have a WM Puma SMF in very good shape that I was about to list. Haven't used it in a few years, 6foot, was thinking $350?
  8. Starting Alpine Kit

    Looks good, agree on tricams+few WC Hexs. No need for more then 6-8 screws for most alpine (as opposed to ice climbs). Might add a picket or two for summer climbing. Bigest thing I'd say is getting out there. Worth spending on that rather then gear you can always borrow.
  9. Life insurance for a climber??

    Any advice on climber friendly Long Term Disability? I'm up in Canada but looking for a plan that covers that.
  10. metolius cams

    Mastercams? You may have a deal if their Mastercam 0 or 00
  11. Recommendations for a camera for climbing

    the S100 is a good choice, but its also expensive and fairly bulky. Compared to something like a GH2 it also does not have the best image quality. I'd sugest an inexpensive but good ultra-compact (for me the the ELPH300) or durable/waterproof camera, and a compact rangefinder camera (like the GH2) which will have better quality then the S100.
  12. Recommendations for a camera for climbing

    I was looking at the S100/95 Ended up with the ELPH300 b/c of size/weight/breakability, and just not worrying about the cost of replacing it. I'm told the sensor and lens are comparable to the S95 ect & that you can hack the 300 to record RAW files (IMO the main advantage of the S95 - that and the control ring). For whitewater trips I also picked up the $50 waterproof hard case for the ELPH300 that turns it into an underwater camera. No more pelican cases!
  13. FS: ski/climb gear and cothing...a little of every

    Hey could you PM me with your paypal?
  14. FS: ski/climb gear and cothing...a little of every

    I'll take the Rab jacket and Avalung!
  15. FS: Kotatat Gore-Tex drysuit

    Looking to sell my Kotatat drysuit as its a little too large for me. Mens Large, Gore-Tex, relief zip, blue and gold, no booties, but all gaskets in really good shape. Neck gasket replaced once. I really haven't used this that much, its a bit too big for me, and for many of my whitewater trips I end up going later in the summer. Its a superlight and flexible suit, and while it has been worn - I'd say that its in amazingly pristine shape. How does $500+shipping sound?
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