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  1. Arc’teryx weight loss sale I lost a bunch of weight and have the following Arc'teryx pieces for sale: Epsilon LT jacket - size XL - $75 Fortrez Hoody - size XXL - $65 Alpha SL Pants - size XL - $100 Atom SL Hoody - size XXL -$100 Gamma MX pants - size XL - $150 All items are in excellent condition (I am very picky about my gear and I take care of it), except for the Alpha SL pants, which are new w/o tags, and the Gamma MX pants, which are new w/tags. The only reason that I am selling these is because they no longer fit. All prices are relatively firm, but I will entertain reasonable offers.
  2. tons of stuff for sale...

    This is probably a long shot, but is the MH Bunker 1 still available?
  3. Spring Cleaning -- a little late

    Northface and Mountain Hardwear convertible pants gone.
  4. Spring Cleaning -- a little late

    Bump for two packs added and all sold items removed.
  5. Spring Cleaning -- a little late

    Osprey pack sold; TNF pack still available
  6. Spring Cleaning -- a little late

    Both Arcteryx Jackets sold.
  7. Spring Cleaning -- a little late

    Sale pending on the backpacks
  8. I am selling off some outdoor gear that has been gathering dust in my closet. Here is the list: Northface Badlands 75 Backpack Size L -- $100 Arcteryx Altra 75 Size Tall--$250 Arcteryx Silo 40 Size Tall--$110 Northface Paramount convertible pants Khaki Size XL-- $20 Mountain Hardwear Matterhorn convertible pants Size XL -- $25 Mountain Hardwear Chugach pant Size XL -- $75 All items have been used, but all are in good to near new condition. If interested, I can provide pictures. Also, although I think the prices are pretty fair, I am open to reasonable offers. Would prefer to sell to someone in the Seattle area, I am willing to ship if the buyer will pay for it.
  9. Just trying to thin the pack herd (or pack pack-pun intended) a little bit and have several packs that must go. All are size large and all have been used, but are in excellent/like new condition. Arc'teryx Silo 40-ski pack, big enough for just about any day tour or light overnights. $125 Osprey Exposure 66-fairly light climbing pack that is pretty clean but still has attachments for tools, skis, shovel, etc. $110 The North Face Badlands 75-big load hauling pack with more backpacking friendly features. Have hauled big loads with reasonable comfort in this one. Also is a size large, but this is a very adjustable pack. $125 Arc'teryx Altra 75-I have not decided for sure if I want to let this one go; however, if there is interest and the price is right, I might be persuaded. I am more than happy to email pictures to anyone that is interested in seeing the packs--they look good though-no damage whatsoever. I would prefer to sell them to people local to the Seattle area; however, I am willing to ship anywhere the buyer is willing to pay for.
  10. Mountain Hardwear South Col Pack

    Email Sent
  11. Well, if I wasn't already married . . .
  12. Trip: Leavenworth - Millenium Wall Date: 2/4/2012 Trip Report: Yesterday hiked up to Millenium Wall hoping that there would still be some ice after the recent warm spell. Met a guy named Matt who had fixed lines to the anchor and was rope soloing the route. The right side of the wall was harder, more glassy ice, while it appeared that the left side had been climbed more often and looked more aerated (I did not actually climb the left side, but it looked like more hooking was going on than swinging). Matt Soloing the left side of the route [img:center]https://picasaweb.google.com/ddgoodwin/MilleniumWall#5705675599158624258[/img] My brother on TR on the left side of the falls with me in the background finishing a lead on the right side. [img:center]https://picasaweb.google.com/ddgoodwin/MilleniumWall#5705675666838950242[/img] Getting ready to top out on the right side. https://picasaweb.google.com/ddgoodwin/MilleniumWall#5705675337517444882 My friend Bret on TR on the left side [img:center]https://picasaweb.google.com/ddgoodwin/MilleniumWall#5705676339845714226[/img] Thanks to Matt for letting us top rope on his rope and belaying a couple of us as well. Gear Notes: screws (I used 16 cm), crampons, tools, rope Approach Notes: No flotation necessary, although the trail was hard enough some sort of traction device might be helpful
  13. Closet Cleaning

    Gloves are sold.
  14. Closet Cleaning

    Both vests are sold. MH subzero and OR gloves are still available.
  15. Closet Cleaning

    Bump for lower prices MH subzero - $60 MH vice vest - $30 OR gloves - $60 NF nuptse vest - $40 Winter is coming!