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  1. FS PDX: Packs Jackets, Boots, Shoes

    What the heck is going on with the site?? My posts are blank. Trying again. M’s Med FA Hyalite SS Jacket $80 M’s Med FA Fleece SS Jacket $20 M’s Med BD Ice Harness $20 La Sportiva Trangos Size 41 Boots $80 Scrap Omega Size UK7 Boots $80 Patagonia Ascensionist 45L Pack $80 Celio Gear 20L Worksack $25 BD Rack Pack Hood Wire $25 (New) La Sportiva Ganda Approach shoe Sz 40.5 $40 Evolve Defy Sz 8.5 Velcros $20 Evolv Lace ups Sz 8 $20 5.10 Grandstone Sz 8 $30 email me at toddeddie aht mac daht com don't reply here please.
  2. M’s Med FA Hyalite SS Jacket $80 M’s Med FA Fleece SS Jacket $20 M’s Med BD Ice Harness $20 La Sportiva Trangos Size 41 Boots $80 Scrap Omega Size UK7 Boots $80 Patagonia Ascensionist 45L Pack $80 Celio Gear 20L Worksack $25 BD Rack Pack Hood Wire $25 (New) La Sportiva Ganda Approach shoe Sz 40.5 $40 Evolve Defy Sz 8.5 Velcros $20 Evolv Lace ups Sz 8 $20 5.10 Grandstone Sz 8 $30 Trying this again...
  3. [TR] Dragontail Peak - Gerber-Sink 4/4/2015

    Thanks for the TR! How is the pro in the top of the 3rd couloir? I've done backbone ridge in the summer and after doing the fin, it looks like it shares the top out of the same horrid couloir of unprotectable choss and decomposing rock that was one of the sketchiest parts of that climb. I guess with snow and ice it will be held together, but I know the rock gear is worthless in that section.
  4. [TR] Mt Stuart - Direct North Ridge 7/26/2014

    Trolls on trolls on trolls. This intertubez site is strictly for loving and poetic posts only. Everyone back to work. PS. Can you guys keep in down next time you're on a 50 classic rather than moan about how good the ridge feels rubbing on your nuts? When I'm two hours from Seattle on a weekend, I like to pretend I'm all alone out there. PPS. To whomever (not you two) left the huge shit on route, throw it off the GD mountain next time please.
  5. Baturas are sold. Trangos still available.
  6. One year old. Used a few times. 850 fill down 20d pertex storm repel DWR shell. regular size. Includes stuff sack $160. No holes, excellent like new condition. http://www.eddiebauer.com/catalog/product.jsp?ensembleId=42709&catPath=&viewAll=n&pg=1&cmPathInfo=T319 Untitled by Tofutodd2011, on Flickr Mountain Hardware Conduit SL Bivy Sack. Basic sack. 3 years old. 16oz Used a few times. $60. Excellent condition no holes or showing wear. Untitled by Tofutodd2011, on Flickr
  7. 2012 Trango EVO GTX $160 Batura 2.0s are $325 both worn twice Untitled by Tofutodd2011, on Flickr
  8. Cleaning out the closet to raise $ for my next AK trip. All are half off retail, and one season old Vipers sold. Petzl Sum'Tec axes 43cm hammer and 52cm adze $195 Untitled by Tofutodd2011, on Flickr
  9. http://www.sportiva.com/products/footwear/mountain/batura-20-gtx Only worn twice and in brand new condition. Don't fit me just right I need a 41.5 or will trade for Scarpa Phantoms Sz 41.5 Also for sale - BD Cyborg Pros used one season, will toss in for $60 with the boots or $100 seperately.
  10. Aiding on pickets?! nice job sending when the pros went packing! Thought you might be interested to see what the AI4 pitch looked like on Memorial Day weekend a few weeks later... That snow mushroom turned into a fat ice mushroom!
  11. The nomics are brand new and price is firm. Vipers are both small hammers. One season old. cyborg pros are one season old. I also have a couple radion ice screws that are like new. A 13 and two 17s $40 each. BD ice clippers
  12. Gawd Damn. Thanks for the TR! Makes me feel a lot better about why we bailed!!
  13. Slesse conditions inquiry

    BPF and I tried it July 4th. We did North gl apprach across notch in North Rib. Rappelled from notch for time (vs complicated snow/dirty wet rock/moat downclimbing) off a small slung tree. Then crossed on the pocket gl. One axe was fine with crampons. Just getting onto the pocket took twice as long as the 2.5 hour late August TRs will suggest due to snow cover and navigation. Tried for bypass route but start was blocked by snow as calamity described. Other means of gaining the rock were either blocked by moats,ice-fall, or unknown/run-out climbing. We hiked down off the pocket glacier and downclibmed wet 5th class slabs to try for direct start at the toe. From the cliff above the drainage, snow covered the slabs to the toe start and looked passable but it was 1:30pm . Between late start and potentially complicated snow covered cross-over descent we bailed. No way on the 2wd. PM your email if you want pics
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