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About mrav

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  • Birthday 11/26/2017

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    Seattle, WA
  1. Water Below Burgundy Col

    Was there this weekend in hot and dry weather, saw a few flies that followed us up every pitch of climbing however they did not bite, and I personally did not see a single mosquito the whole weekend. Weather was changing a bit when we hiked out on Sunday though and it was starting to feel a bit buggier. Water is flowing at the bench and there is a bit of snow still if you drop down the backside of the col.
  2. I have a pair of brand new Anasazi Pink Lace-ups in a size 36 that are just too small for me. I don't have the original box they came in from Five Ten but the shoes have never been used except the couple times I have tried them on and attempted to wear them for more than a couple minutes around the house (didn't work...) but my feet are just too wide and my toes are crushed. Email me for photos as that's easier/less time consuming than posting photos here. mravits6@gmail.com Am asking $100 or best offer. Again, they have never touched rock or plastic, ever!
  3. Wanted: a crampon

    I'm selling a very lightly used pair of G14s (used 3 times as monopoints so two of the 4 front points haven't even touched ice/rock/snow). Check out the thread below with photos: http://cascadeclimbers.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/1117863#Post1117863 email me if interested at mravits6@gmail.com. Am obviously willing to negotiate price, however would like to get rid of both of them, not just one... Bummer you only lost one! I bought these for $225 at a store in Bozeman (no sales tax) with a 30-day return policy for un-used stuff (REI doesn't sell good water ice crampons) and they just didn't fit right.
  4. Crampons! Grivel G14 cramp-o-matic

    Still Available!!
  5. I have a pair of the women's La Sportiva Ultra Raptor trail running shoes for sale, size 37.5. They have been worn to and from Prusik Peak via the Snow Lakes trail (~22 miles), to and from South Early Winters Spire (~6 miles?) and to and from LTW and The Country at Index once (~0.1 mile). I bought them because I love the Exum Pro, which they no longer make, and it turns out these are a little too tight/narrow for my wide feet. Email mravits6@gmail.com for photos and inquiries, I live in Seattle, and am asking $45 for them.
  6. W's Scarpa Technos size 37, $50

    feel free to email mravits6@gmail.com
  7. Bought these shoes last summer after reading really positive reviews for them but my feet are just way too wide to make the narrow nature of the shoe's toes feel good for crack climbing. Worn on one climb at Squamish (Octopus' Garden) and a handful of times at the gym (~10 hrs total). Picture makes them look worn, but it, but it's just chalk from the gym.
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