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About P_Buddy

  • Birthday 09/22/1985


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  1. Purchased these I believe in 2012 and wore them once to find out they were a half size too small. Instead of returning/re-selling them I gave myself the impression that I would use them again. Fast forward now and selling them as good as new. Size 44.5 or US 11. Original Retail was $410. Here is a write-up I found online: This toasty warm technical mixed climbing boot sports an integrated gaiter and a Primaloft® lining. The Trango Prime has a thicker EVA layer underfoot and a more general mountaineering geared Vibram® Impact Brake System™ sole.This gives you more traction and cushion on more variable terrain in the mountains than the Trango Extreme EVO Light. Perfect for terrain that requires longer approaches but still requires an extremely technical mixed climbing boot. IDEAL TERRAIN: technical mixed climbing, ice climbing. LAST: Trango UPPER: Water repellant Schoeller®-Keprotech®/ Flex Tec 2/ Water-repellant Lorica® with Antiacqua™ external coating/ Vibram® rubber rand/ Schoeller®-Dynamic™ gaiter LINING: Primaloft®/ Waterproof barrier INSOLE: 9mm insulating Ibi-Thermo MIDSOLE: 6-7mm TPU/ Dual-density Micropore EVA SOLE: Vibram® Impact Brake System™ COLOR: Yellow/Black
  2. New this year - 189 Black Diamond Revert Skis for $340. Mounted with BD 01s (bindings not included but willing to negotiate). They have four days of skiing on them. Fun in the pow and for touring. In Seattle proper.
  3. Both jackets in great condition, light, and compress well, I just (and get this) have too many jackets (and really want a Feathered Friends). The pack has been used for two seasons. One strap tore so I had my buddy sew a new one. Good as new. Please no shipping, and no price reductions (these are good deals, right!) REI Revelcloud Black Medium - $50 http://www.rei.com/product/807677/rei-revelcloud-jacket-mens Marmot Ama Dablam 800 fill Black Medium - $150 http://marmot.com/products/ama_dablam_jacket BCA Stash BC 35L - $50 http://www.backcountryaccess.com/product/stash-bc/
  4. Gearing up for climbing season/rent. 31 Carabiners - $90 Six Metolius Quickdraw (missing one carabiner) - $40 Big Agnes Fly Creek 4 Tent - $300 Marmot Sawtooth Long Sleeping bag - $120 Details: Thirty-one used carabiners roughly $3/Carabiner TOTAL VALUE $206.00 Qty._Make__________Model_________Retail___Total 14~~Black Diamond Neutrinos________$6.00 $84.00 7~~~Black Diamond Positron Straight__$7.00 $49.00 3~~~Black Diamond Positron Screw___$8.00 $24.00 5~~~Omega-Pacific Five-0 Wire______$7.00 $35.00 2~~~Omega-Pacific Five-0 Straight___$7.00 $14.00 Six Used Quickdraws. One missing Carabiner $3/carabiner + $1/dogbone = $6.66/Quickdraw Big Agnes Fly Creek 4 The lightest four person tent on the market at 4lbs 1oz. Used twice. Retails for $500 Marmot Sawtooth Long Sleeping Bag - 600 fill Sorry no photos , but here is a Link Please help me and yourself to another awesome year of climbing. Did I mention that I may or may not be able to pay rent?
  5. Please help me get ready for another awesome ski season/winter climbing season! Big Agnes - Fly Creek UL4 tent $350 - Tent used once. Great tent! Really light (4lbs 9oz) Includes: Tent, poles, rainfly, stakes, and stuff sacks Jet Boil Stove w/additional mug and pot stand $45 Sold Also, Black Diamond 02 Bindings with midstiff cartridges $90
  6. Brand new (still has tags) Marmot Sawtooth Sleeping bag: 15 degrees Long (6'6") Right zipper, 600 goose down fill. Comes with storage sack and stuff sack. ----- $150 -----
  7. Yes, I am most likely going to be found under Chutzpah on Wikipedia. I called the owner just a few minutes ago and will be dropping them off at his work tomorrow, and I will DEFINITELY not expect, nor deserve, any reward whatsoever for I am by definition an ASS. I am humbler from this experience and hope this does not affect my ski/mountaineering karma to its fullest extent. To the owner of the skis, as well as his friends, I am absolutely sorry.
  8. Skiing off the Emmons-Winthrop Glacier yesterday and found a pair of skis deep in the snow. At first I thought they were abandoned/lost, but in retrospect I feel as if they may have possibly been stashed (which would make me a complete ass for taking them). In my defense I was exhausted, dehydrated, still very very poor, and in desperate need of new skis; so coming across these skis was like finding pizza beer and naked women at the end of an awesome summit. If anybody can claim these skis: Make, Model, Length, and Binding - then they are yours. Otherwise in ONE MONTH of this posting I am a happy camper. Additionally a reward of some sort would be greatly appreciated given (some of) the circumstances; hell, I had to pack them out for almost half the decent which put a big damper on my turns. Cheers!
  9. +2 for Cilogear. My friend sold me on purchasing a Cilogear pack last year due to its rugged durability. I got the most recent 45L and I have never been happier with a pack. It is a very simple worksack, yet very functional.
  10. Two used, but in complete working order BD Cobra Ice tools. One Adze, one Hammer. Scraped up a bit and may need picks to be slightly filed to new owner's liking, but they still get the job done (just used them on the Stuart Glacier Couloir last week). $300 o.b.o. for the pair. Usually $335 a piece brand new: what a steal! UPDATE-- Took 43 minutes to sell. Hate to sell them , but the money is much needed. --
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