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  1. Size L.

     

    1 year old, single owner. Used 12-15 days. Great condition. All buckles/etc intact.

    I like it a lot but I finally sleuthed out that it's too long for my back.

     

    $100.

     

    I live in Seattle. Local hand-off or ship for a bit o' $.

     

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    David


  2. Pics: http://imgur.com/a/po0U8/all#0

     

    Marmot Alpinist jacket. XL. Gore tex pro shell in green. Has powder skirt. 2-3 years old, used 10 or so times. Excellent condition - a minor scuffs on front zipper garages. Recently washed & re-waterproofed. $100.

     

    Brown Rab Polartec fleece. XL. Bought at Second Ascent last year. Excellent condition. $20.

     

    Arc'teryx fleece. XL/red. Well loved, pilled up a bit from washing. $20.

     

    Nau down shirt. XL/black. More of an 'around town' item. 800 fill down, surprisingly. Like new. $40.

     

    Asolo TPS-535 backpacking boots. Size 13. Bought new a few years ago. Took on a few short trips but they don't jive with my feet. $40.

     

    I'll ship anywhere. Reasonable rates.

     

    Free Seattle hand-off.


  3. Is there anything wrong with buying a used camera? Or do you need to be pretty camera savvy to make sure if not messed up. Wanna break into the dslr style but I'm on a budget.

     

    I'd probably do it if it was from a reputable shop who'd take it back with no questions. (And not Craigslist.)

     

    I've bought refurbished cameras a couple time through Adorama & B&H - nothing wrong with that, factory re-certified, etc. And at a decent discount.

     

    Adorama refurbs


  4. I bought a pair of Monoliths at Feathered Friends a couple months ago. They seem to aim between the fit of Sportiva and Scarpa, and they fit my feet very well. I've done a little climbing in them. I've got no reason to think that they're anything but high quality.

     

    If there's one pair of boots that fits really well among the "around $300" options, your decision is easy.

     

    If you think the Monoliths are a little roomy, you might try on the La Sportiva Trango Alp (second ascent has them). These were almost the ticket for me but ended up being too small in the ball of the foot.

     

    /newb too

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