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  1. Double ropes

    *****SOLD******** PMI Verglas 8.1mm x60M. Dry. Very few pitches on these ropes, they are in excellent condition, no falls. Suitable for ice or alpine. $150 takes both. [img:left]http://cascadeclimbers.com/plab/showphoto.php?photo=114313&title=double-ropes&cat=500[/img]
  2. BD Ice Screws

    Black Diamond Ice Screws. 3 long (22cm), 3 short (17cm). Great, clean, sharp condition, low use. $20 ea. [img:left]http://cascadeclimbers.com/plab/showphoto.php?photo=114312&title=screws&cat=500[/img]
  3. New, never-worn Patagonia Adze softshell jacket, size Large. Color is "wax red", sort of a muted brick red. Nice jacket! But too big for me. New price $150, selling for $70.
  4. New, never-worn Outdoor Research Mithril jacket, size XL. Color is "dusk". This is one of the few truly waterproof softshell jackets on the market, and reviews say it still is quite breathable. New price is $260, Selling for $95.
  5. These sticky goretex trail shoes are virtually new (worn once for a 3 mi hike). Not sure what model they are but are only a year old. Men's 10.5. I tossed the crappy factory insoles, so you need to add your own faves. $40.
  6. Yeah, old school baby. These were the sh*t for long granite routes. Barely been used, they are clean inside and out and still smell new inside, no funk. Honestly. $55.
  7. Schoeller softshell jacket in terrific shape. This is an older style with a warmer weight. No flaws at all, excellent condition. Nice and simple with no bulk in the wrists or extra "features". Black. $80. [img:center]http://i238.photobucket.com/albums/ff283/jeffe03/for%20sale/DSC_0010_zpsc52d0d1e.jpg[/img]
  8. Here is an awesome pair of Moonstone shell pants. They are light but bombproof, have full zips. Excellent condition, no tears. They used to have suspenders sewn in but they were overkill and I cut them out..no issues with them staying up with wide elastic waist and/or pack hipbelt or harness on. These were Moonstone's top of the line Sauvage "Bants" (bib/pants) at one time, before Goretex tried to convince everyone that their latest and greatest fabric would change your life. Every year it's more breathable than the last. Really...? Color= black. Cut is very articulated for climbers and the Med size is generous. I'm forever in between a Med - Large and these don't bind when I step high in them. Full size zips, taped seams. $ 75 [img:center]http://i238.photobucket.com/albums/ff283/jeffe03/for%20sale/DSC_0012_zpsbf861d25.jpg[/img]
  9. Rambo crampons for steep ice climbing. Regular size...set up for 10.5-11 boot currently. These are killer for steep water or alpine ice. Fully step-in type attachment, so you need solid welts on your boots. Great shape, have not seen a file much. $55. Portland/Vancouver area.
  10. Grivel Rambo rigid crampon

    Still available.
  11. Brand-new, super-warm mitts for summits or winter "fun". Conduit waterproof/breathable shells with removable Primaloft-insulated inner. Nice anatomical cut, you can actually grip stuff... Size Med, but I usually wear a L glove and these are spot-on, a L would have been ridiculous. $40. Originally paid $135. More info: The model was called High Altitude Mitts. Winter mountaineering at high altitudes? Wear the ultimate in hand protection, with mitts engineered for top performance -- regardless of how tough the conditions. •Unique, three-layer Conduit™ technology provides absolute dryness while allowing unwanted skin moisture to escape, regardless of your level of activity. •Duraguard palm is tough enough to handle rappelling. •Primaloft® (insulation that's as warm and soft as down yet works when wet) insert is removable. •Durable nylon shell is articulated, allowing easier use of the hands. •Taped seams add extra protection. •Wrist gauntlets with toggled drawstrings. •Extra-wide clip ring. •Shell: nylon (palm is polyurethane); lining and insulation: polyester.
  12. Mountain Hardwear Primaloft mitts

    Still available, lower price.
  13. New, NEVER USED Marmot Couloir 0 degree bag. Reg length. $325.
  14. What obwan said. Over 6' - go Long. For reference, I'm 5'10 and, with my feet not compressing the foot section at all, have about 3" of extra length beyond my head. Just like you'd expect.
  15. *** S O L D *** Excellent condition Paclite jacket. Light, waterproof, breathable. Pit zips. Size Large. $125.
  16. SMC deadman snow anchor

    Larger size snow anchor (9.75"). Unused. $15.
  17. Wild Country Friend #3

    Stop laughing at me! Hey, it's a lot lighter than a Camalot, so if you need more pieces for long hand-cracks, here ya go. Friend #3 = handcrack. It's in great shape considering it's age. $15. Portland/Vancouver.
  18. Wild Country Friend #3

    Anyone?
  19. Grivel rigid crampons

    Rambo crampons for ice climbing. Regular size...set up for 10.5-11 boot currently. These are killer for steep water or alpine ice. Fully step-in type attachment, so you need solid welts on your boots. Great shape, have not seen a file much. $50. Portland/Vancouver area.
  20. Grivel rigid crampons

    Still available.
  21. Set of hexes

    Black Diamond hexes (set of 5). #5, #7, #8, #9, #10. Have 5.5mm spectra cord. Hexes are still awesome for big alpine routes. Much lighter and won't make you cry if you have to leave pieces to rappel. $25. Portland/Vancouver area.
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