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  1. Hi sorry i forgot to add the price. I'm asking $950 for the setup. Please let me know if you have any questions.
  2. Alright, I'm selling a sweet backcountry and ski mountaineering set up. DPS Cassiar 95 Alchemist skis with Dynaft Superlight bindings. These skis are mounted for a 311mm boot sole length. The skins are customized Dynafit Speed Skins which are made by Pomoca and the connection is tip to tail allowing for a more secure skin for the long days in the mountains. These skis are in really good conditions and have a set of storage wax on them currently. Just need to be scrapped and then ready to go. Dimensions: 129/95/116 Radius: 18m@185cm Rocker: Freeride Rocker Ability Level: Ability Level 9 Construction: Full Sidewall It's no secret that, in the galaxy of acclaimed DPS men's big mountain skis, the Wailer family shines the brightest. And those skis have earned every bit of their legend. Here's something that isn't as well-known: for skiers that truly ski the whole mountain, spending at least as much time on the frontside as the backside, the Cassiar 95 is likely a better choice. Its 95mm waist is wide enough for all but the deepest days, while also delivering superior edge-to-edge quickness and carving precision on groomed snow. A flatter tail and subtler rocker than you'll find in the Wailer family lends additional stability and a higher speed limit. And you'll be hard-pressed to find a better companion for spring backcountry conditions. The DPS Cassiar 95: the connoisseur's all-mountain ski. Alchemist is the next step in the evolution of DPS's groundbreaking Pure3 carbon skis and the finest example of their relentless pursuit of innovation. The Alchemist construction uses vibration-tuned aerospace carbon and premium Aspen wood cores for a smoother ride and more progressive flex, without compromising the power and precision skiers have come to expect from DPS carbon skis. The end result is the ultimate piece of lightweight versatility.
  3. Hi, I have a pair of brand new pair of Fischer Traverse CS boots size 28.5. I ordered them and realized I need the next size up. I’m asking $450 for these boots which they retail for $850. These boots are great for ski touring and ski mountaineering. These boots are a 28.5 with a boot sole length of 306mm. PS - having issues uploading the photos so DM me and i can send them on over. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/586369742417222 Happy to split shipping cost in the US. Please let me know if you have any questions
  4. WTB: Alpine Touring Skis and Bindings

    http://cascadeclimbers.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/1145847/Dynafit_Denali_Skis_184_w_Dyna#Post1145847 I have a pair of Dynafit Denali Skis with Speed Radicals and Dynafit skins. The set-up is in excellent condition.
  5. Hello I'm selling my Dynafit Denali Ski set. This set-up is amazing and in great shape. I got it at the end of last year brand new and only used them less then 10 days. I'm selling them because i had a major shoulder surgery in early Dec and will not be able to ski this winter Here is a bit more info: Price Asking: $750 Condition: Excellent! Skis: Dyanfit Denali 184cm (retail $899) Bindings: Dynafit TLT Radical Bindings ($399) Skins: Dynafit speed skins for the denali skis ($209) Bindings are mounted for a 314mm boot and have ~10cm of adjustability This set-up is super light and really nice. There is plenty of reviews about this ski online. Let me know if you have any questions Jonathon
  6. Hello I'm selling a pair of Black Diamond Link 95 skis with Dynafit radical bindings on them and skins Details Skis: Black Diamond Link 95 skis 180cm Bindings: Dynafit TLT Radical ST bindings with brakes Skins: Black Diamond Ascension STS Nylon skins Price: $450 Usage: I got these skis at the begging of this season. I wouldn't be using them as i recently tore my shoulder and got surgery. Used about 7 times. Skis are in really good condition. Just a couple scratches in the top sheet. Here is some info on the skis: Designed for pow-loving backcountry skiers who are willing to put in the miles to get the goods, the Black Diamond Link 95 ski is our versatile, mid-fat touring ski that shines when weight and soft-snow performance are equally important. A light paulownia wood core and pre-preg fiberglass layup provide lightweight power transmission, and the Rocker tip and tail pay dividends on double-digit days. To eliminate chatter, our Sidewall Dampening System uses a multi-density sidewall panel just behind the contact point to create an ultra-damp vibration barrier between the ski tip and the binding. The Link’s stainless steel tail protector features a notch to secure your skin tail hardware. Mid-fat 95-mm waist for versatile performance Rocker tip and tail with traditional camber underfoot 3D Sandwich construction with pre-preg fiberglass, stacked sidewalls and paulownia wood core Sidewall Dampening System for reduced chatter in firm conditions Binding info: The lightest ski touring bindings with stoppers and Quick Step Climbing Bar is the ideal all-rounder for every ski mountaineer. In great condition Skins: These are the BD ascension STS Nylon skins cut for these skis. In excellent condition.
  7. I have a Patagonia Women's soft shell for sale. Condition: excellent, only used a couple times Asking $80 Size: Medium Colo: purple with blue zippers Model: Knifeblade hooded jacket
  8. Hey Cascade Climbers I'm selling this Black Diamond Convergent Down Hoody. Size: Men's Medium Color: Nightshade (dark purple) This is a super sweet down/syntheic blended insulated jacket with a soft-shell finish. Super nice! Found it great for a lot of uses. I'm selling it to clean out my closet and i'm not doing much this winter as i recently tore my shoulder and got surgery. I'm asking $150 or Best Offer By bringing together hard and softshell technologies, Black Diamond was able to make the Convergent Men's Hooded Down Jacket a one-of-a-kind insulation piece for any cold-weather adventure you can think of. Loaded up with PrimaLoft Gold, which is a blend of synthetic and down insulation, the Convergent offers the warmth of a higher-bulk jacket without the weight, and features fully taped seams and a two-layer Windstopper membrane to resist water and chilly breezes. It's also lined with Pertex Quantum 20D nylon, which has been outfitted with a DWR coating to give the Convergent's weather resistance an extra boost. The Convergent's a simple jacket, focused more on efficient warmth than tons of bells and whistles, but it still has seriously useful features like an insulated, adjustable, and helmet-compatible hood, a brushed microsuede collar lining, and stretch-panel cuffs to keep the cold wind from rubbing your chin the wrong way. With six pockets, it can easily handle all the small gear you need over the course of a ski or alpine-climbing trip, so you'll be as organized as you are warm and comfortable. Windstopper 2-layer membrane Pertex Quantum lining with a DWR coating PrimaLoft Gold synthetic and down blend insulation Fully taped seams Insulated, adjustable, and helmet-compatible hood Brushed microsuede collar lining Six pockets Low-profile stretch-panel cuffs Trim profile TECH SPECS Material: [membrane/laminate] WindStopper Active (2-layer), [shell] 70D nylon, [lining] 20D Pertex Quantum, DWR coating Insulation: PrimaLoft Gold (70% down, 30% synthetic) Seams: fully taped Fit: athletic Length: hip Pockets: [external] 2 zippered chest, 2 zippered hand, [internal] 2 drop-in Hood: yes, helmet-compatible Claimed Weight: 1 lb 8 oz Recommended Use: alpine & expedition, skiing, climbing, hiking Manufacturer Warranty: lifetime
  9. FS- Black Diamond Viper Ice Tools

    Sorry they sold
  10. Hello I'm selling a pair of BD Viper Ice Tools. These tools where barely used and in great condition. I'm selling them because i recently got shoulder surgery and will not be climbing this winter. These are this years model (new black) vipers. Retail Price: $240/per tool = $480 set I'm asking $325.00 for the set Black Diamond's Viper Ice Tool is an all-around axe for any terrain from nearby crags to faraway alpine climbs. Updates for this season include a superlight, hydroformed shaft that extends through the grip for a more responsive feel, and a beefed up Titan Pick for durability and a reliable, versatile performance. You can switch out the Titan Pick with any Black Diamond picks, adzes, and hammers thanks to the modular head. The adjustable FlickLock pommel slides up and down the shaft to offer more grip options on steep climbs or low-angle slabs. Hydroformed aluminum shaft Adjustable FlickLock pommel Modular head with Titan Pick Flippable spike
  11. I'm selling an Ortovox ABS Tour 32+7 Airbag pack. This pack includes the MASS unit and canister. This air bag is ready to use for this season. I'm asking $400.00 for this airbag This pack has only been deployed once at the store when i bought it at the beginning of last season. The sales rep deployed it and then showed me how to repack it. The pack skied great and worked good for me. I'm just not going to be skiing at all this winter. (just got shoulder surgery) One of the big selling points for me was the fact i could take the MASS unit and canister out if i was going to go on a light weight ski tour and didn't want my Airbag. This pack has amazing reviews online and skis great. Retail of this pack with the MASS and canister is over $1150 you will see the pack online for around $200.00 but that does not include the MASS unit and canister. Shipping Cost is $40 because of the canister being shipped FEATURES Airbag-Inside (M.A.S.S.) Locking clasp (hip belt) Safety leg strap Chest strap with signal whistle Locking aluminum clasps Snowboard and snowshoe attachment Ice axe and hiking pole loops Bright Inside Water-resistant zipper X-Skifix (diagonal or crossed) Release protection Release grip (Height and angle are adjustable) Separate safety compartment Helmet net Gear loops Vent-O-Flex Access to main compartment: front Vario-Space Compartment for skins and crampons Hip pocket Goggle case (cushioned) Map compartment MATERIAL Nylon 420D ballshadow, Nylon 840D ballistic, Nylon 100D Double Ripstop, Hypalon
  12. Trip: Croatia (adventure sport climbing) - Paklenica National Park Date: 9/31/2014 Trip Report: I typically don't post much about our trips, but our recent trip to Croatia was amazing and I highly recommend it! Probably one of the best places i've sport climbed around the world with routes from single pitch to grade IV and V big wall sport climbs ranging from 5.6-5.13 My wife wrote a trip report with more info and pictures on her blog. Rachel's Blog We found it hard to find much information about logistics and climbing there so wanted to share it with rest of the community. We began our trip by checking out the island of Hvar. The island is located off the southern coast of Croatia and it is a beautiful two-hour ferry ride from the port of Split. The next day we walked along the ocean side trail for about 20 minutes to the crag called Cliffbase. It is a private crag and there is a small fee to climb there. We enjoyed 35 - 40 m bolted climbs right out of the water. Every route we climbed was great and the views of the rocky Mediterranean coastline were beautiful. Swimming around the rocky limestone boulders was also a highlight. We spent two days climbing there and then packed up and headed a bit north to Paklenica National Park. As one of eight national parks in Croatia, Paklenica is home a variety of large and small limestone formations with over 400 routes from grade 3 to 8b+ from single pitch to multi-pitch. The park is uniquely beautiful consisting of two broad limestone valleys (climbing is only allowed in one of them) and filled in with pine and beech forests. As you climb higher above the valley floor, views of the Adriatic Sea begin to peak out in the distance. The park is well maintained and there is one wide walking path that leads to the majority of the climbing. We rented a small apartment in the little town of Starigrad at the base of the park for 30 Euro/night. We spent our first few days dodging rain showers and sampling some of the cragging in the Klanci area and some of the shorter routes on the nearby formations. On my birthday we climbed the 4 pitch 6a+ Karamara Sweet Temptations on Veliki Cuk and then cragged at Crljenica high above the clear, blue Mediterranean Sea. When the weather got nicer, we sampled some of the routes on the bigger formations. First up was the 4 pitch, 120 m Domzalski on the Stup of Anica kuk. At 6a, it was some of the best limestone slab and edging climbing we had done. After lunch, we checked the unique Bears on Toast (6c+) climb which ascended the very distinct water runnel formations up the limestone face, typical of the karstic limestone commonly found in Paklenica. While the bolts were big and new, we were finding that the bolting was a bit sporty forcing you to climb at the grade. It definitely kept things exciting! The next day, we climbed on the famous Anica Kuk formation. This 350 meter limestone wall is the jewel of the area. There are hundreds of routes on the formation raging from 6a to 8a. We started up the classic Klin route. The climbing was fun despite being a little wet. After I lead up the crux pitch, we somehow managed to get ourselves off route and begin climbing up a very steep route up the center of the wall. After getting worked on what was supposed to be a 5c traverse, we started to think that maybe we had traversed onto the 7b Zenith. We continued up wildly exposed terrain to the top and had a good laugh about our poor route finding skills on the summit. After a rest day checking out the historical city of Zadar, we spent our final day climbing up numerous formations in the park. We first checked out the 200 m Senza Pieta (6b+) on Debeli kuk. It was a fantastic route up the sunny face with some really fun slabs, edges and over-hanging terrain. After finishing up that route, we decided to run up the mellow Sjeverno Rebro on Veliki Cuk's West ridge (4b+, 170m). Still not quite tired out, we cragged a few more pitches at Klanci for a total of 450 m of climbing and 14 pitches. We would highly recommend a trip to Croatia. Logistics were easy, most people spoke English and it was not overly expensive. The food was good, the scenery was beautiful and the people were accommodating. Life was simple and easy. Sleep, eat and climb. That's what I call a good vacation!
  13. I've got a pair of used Black Diamond Cyborg crampons for sale. They are in good condition. They work completely fine and have no problems. Comes with the Anti-bailling plates These crampons can be changed from dual point to mono-point in the front. I have the tools to change them and i can give you them also These crampons fit size 6-12 boots. I'm asking $100 Let me know if you have any questions