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  1. I moved away from the PNW and don't have any use for these anymore. Hopefully someone here can put them to use. I'm in Ohio now, so would likely have to ship. They're a little used (can see in the pics), but definitely still in good shape and will last a few more years. Front.pdf Inside1.pdf Inside2.pdf Outside1.pdf Outside2.pdf Bottom1.pdf Bottom2.pdf
  2. K2 Deck/Burton Bindings/Boots

    Pictures of boots.
  3. K2 Illusion Snowboard Deck (163cm) - $125 Burton Freestyle Bindings - $75 Burton Invader Boots (12) - $75 All of these were bought new prior to 2013/2014 season. I only used them 3 times that year. I did not get out at all for the 2014/2015 season. Boots and bindings are basically in like new condition. Board is still in top condition and would only require a basic wax. Prices listed are if sold separately. Buy all together and I'll part with it for $250. Can work out a shipping deal if needed. Sorry, I can't figure out how to add more pictures. Below is the craigslist link. http://seattle.craigslist.org/oly/spo/5215986614.html
  4. $100 OBO. Size 12.5m US Ice Climbing/Mountaineering Boot. Like new condition. They've only been used a handful of times for snowshoeing. Soles are in near perfect condition. Can post more pictures if needed. They are a little too tight on me and I have since moved on. Can deliver/meet halfway for anywhere local. Will work a deal if shipped. Best way to get ahold of me is by email- zac . macek @ gmail dot com Description Below: Type: Leather Use: General Mountaineering, Extreme Temps, Ice Climbing Weight: 5lbs / 2.26kg Description: Thinsulate® Thermal microfiber insulation is used in the boot’s construction, trapping more air than larger fibre and spaced insulation, works when wet, quick drying., superior active-breathing performance, less bulky than traditional insulation materials. H2O PROOF layering in the boot construction – a PROOF membrane is sandwiched in between the inner and outer layers to keep your feet dry and insulated from weather. It is impervious to wind, snow, and rain, but breathable to allow water vapour perspiration to escape. PROOF is guaranteed fully for one year; it works on an osmosis system rather than just as a barrier; inner and outer layer boot materials are specially treated and built to assist and complement the function of the membrane as a ‘second skin’ layer. This is a technical boot that includes a shopping list of features including: * Unique ankle design features a flexible cuff that improves the foot's natural movement and flex, helping maintain the boot close to the leg * Adjustable instep lacing that allows you to personalize the fit around the cuff of the boot with variable lacing options for cinching down heels * Adjustable tongue accommodates different foot volumes for a wide range of fit * Unique Achilles collar features graduated padding in three different densities, assuring comfort during descents and for French Technique * Water-resistant 8mm nubuck leather uppers, with waterproof booties and Thinsulate™ linings * Spring-loaded top lace hooks * Lightweight insoles feature a nylon/Kevlar® weave, with aluminum backing and a felt top for warmth * Full nylon midsoles are completely rigid and feature a dual-density toe area to absorb shock during front point * Low-profile outsoles enhance sensitivity and precision on the trail; lightweight EVA heel plugs absorb shock; step-in crampon compatible * Vibram® Kommandos rubber outsoles features self-cleaning lugs, with undercut heels for improved braking
  5. I've been pretty bogged down the last few months with work and personal stuff, but I'm starting to get the itch to get out there. I'm not really sure where I want to go, and I haven't done much hiking/climbing in winter our here, so I'm looking for some suggestions and partners to go out with. I'd like to be able to do something in one day, maybe an overnighter. I know access is one of the biggest issues for the cascades in winter-I don't have approach skis or snow shoes (might be getting some this week). I'm considering The Brothers or Mount Deception in the Olympics. Maybe St Helens or Mt Hood? Please share your favorite winter hikes and climbs or if you are looking for a climbing partner for anything during the next few weekends.
  6. Size 12.5 Kayland Revolution Ice/Mountaineering Boots for sale. $125. Will ship at buyers expense. I bought these a year ago used, but the previous owner had only used them a few times for snow shoeing. They just don't quite fit my feet and I've been afraid to take them out on a real outing. Soles are in damn near perfect shape. You can't tell they're used. Like I said, my feet are just a little wide. I've only ever worn them around the house. Very rigid sole and solid feeling boot. ----------------------- DESCRIPTION: Model: Kayland Revolution MSRP List Price : $430.00 USD Type: Leather Use: General Mountaineering, Extreme Temps, Ice Climbing Weight: 5lbs / 2.26kg Description: Thinsulate® Thermal microfiber insulation is used in the boot’s construction, trapping more air than larger fibre and spaced insulation, works when wet, quick drying., superior active-breathing performance,less bulky than traditional insulation materials. H2O PROOF layering in the boot construction – a PROOF membrane is sandwiched in between the inner and outer layers to keep your feet dry and insulated from weather. It is impervious to wind, snow, and rain, but breathable to allow water vapour perspiration to escape. PROOF is guaranteed fully for one year; it works on an osmosis system rather than just as a barrier; inner and outer layer boot materials are specially treated and built to assist and complement the function of the membrane as a ‘second skin’ layer. This is a technical boot that includes a shopping list of features including: * Unique ankle design features a flexible cuff that improves the foot's natural movement and flex, helping maintain the boot close to the leg * Adjustable instep lacing that allows you to personalize the fit around the cuff of the boot with variable lacing options for cinching down heels * Adjustable tongue accommodates different foot volumes for a wide range of fit * Unique Achilles collar features graduated padding in three different densities, assuring comfort during descents and for French Technique * Water-resistant 8mm nubuck leather uppers, with waterproof booties and Thinsulate™ linings * Spring-loaded top lace hooks * Lightweight insoles feature a nylon/Kevlar® weave, with aluminum backing and a felt top for warmth * Full nylon midsoles are completely rigid and feature a dual-density toe area to absorb shock during front point * Low-profile outsoles enhance sensitivity and precision on the trail; lightweight EVA heel plugs absorb shock; step-in crampon compatible * Vibram® Kommandos rubber outsoles features self-cleaning lugs, with undercut heels for improved braking
  7. REI Ice Axe $40

    Older REI Ice Axe for sale. Definitely used with scratches, but definitely usable. $40
  8. WTB - Cheap but good rain shelll

    Have you checked out the Marmot Precip? You can find it new for like $75 on Amazon.
  9. I'm a relatively inexperienced climber, though I do have exposure to it. Attempted Rainier last year, did Stuart in May, Dragontail in July, and Adams in August. Met up with a great dude from CC to attempt Rainier last year, and he helped teach me a lot of stuff, but I'm far from experienced. I was looking into the Basic Climbing Course put on by the Mountaineers up Olympia, but do to my work schedule, I don't think I'd realistically be able to attend all of the classes. Do any of you know of other options? Perhaps something a bit more flexible? I moved out here in July of last year, and instantly got hooked on the mountains. I still plan on reading and learning as I go, but really wan't to hone my skills so I can start doing some bigger, longer trips. I really like the the outline and content covered in the Mountaineers course, and those are the skills I'm trying to get better at. Thanks.
  10. WTB: Split Board

    I'm trying to get into a new hobby, but it's too expensive for me to buy all new equipment. Does anyone have an old split board they are trying to sell? I'm not too set on any specific brand. I would just like something to try out without dropping $1000.
  11. WTB: Crampons

    Looking for some crampons, and I'm sure some of you guys have an old pair lying around. Hybrid or strap on is preferred, as I like to versatility. Let's make a deal.
  12. Alright, I know someone out there has some used mountaineering boots that are just sitting around in their closets. Double plastic is fine, but would like leather. I'm on a budget and can't really afford to drop $300+ on a pair of boots, so I'm hoping someone here has an old pair that they are willing to part with. I wear a size 12 is most boots, but I have a pair of lowa hiking boots that are a 13. Anybody out there?
  13. Adams this spring

    I was planning on a solo climb on the south spur the weekend of the 16th in May. If that works in your time frame, I'd be down for linking up and making the walk with a partner. I don't have a lot of experience, but I can walk with a pack and have a little snow/glacier experience, though we probably won't be on a glacier. I was toying with the idea of doing it in one day, but will probably cut it into two. I don't know how conditions are, but I remember reading one trip report from a guy who did it at the end of May and had to park about 4 miles from the trail head, adding about 8 miles to his trip.
  14. Rainier: By end of September

    Just found out that the only weekend is be able to summit it this year is next weekend. Is there anyone willing to head up with me Friday evening/Saturday morning?
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