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  1. Marmot Greenland down parka, fully baffled. There is a little damage to the hood drawstring tunnel Size M, fits nice and big on me at 5'7 $300 + shipping from Bozeman Dynafit TLT5 boots, These are well used and one boot is missing the lower buckle. Liners are used but never heated. You can get a replacement from SkiMo in SLC for about $20. Still work and ski well though. $50 plus shipping Dynafit TLT6, size 27, BSL 297. Liners are used but never heated. This pair is in great shape and will ski for many more years. $200 + shipping
  2. Prices include shipping cost. Paypal or Venmo means payment. Buy 2, select a 3rd as complimentary. Will consider offers for the lot. ------------- Lou Whittaker, Memoirs Of A Mountain Guide - Lou Whittaker with Andrea Gabbard - The Mountaineers Books, Seattle, 6th Printing 2012 - Good shape, moderately perused condition. Asking $9.00. The Other Side of Everest, Climbing the North Face Through the Killer Storm - Matt Dickerson - Times Books, 1999 - Hard cover in excellent condition. Asking $12.00. Shisha Pangma, The First Alpine Ascent of The South-West Face (Everest) - Doug Scott and Alex McIntyre - The Mountaineers, 2000 - Very good read condition. Asking $10.00. The Ledge, An Adventure Story Of Friendship And Survival On Mount Rainier - Jim Davidson and Kevin Vaughan - Ballantine books, 1st Edition, 2011 - Hard cover signed by the authors. Near new. Asking $12.00. (Young Tommy Caldwell) Over The Edge, The True Story of Four American Climbers' Kidnap and Escape in the Mountains of Central Asia - Greg Child - Villard Books, 2002 - Hard cover in near new condition. Asking $12.00. On the Ridge Between Life And Death, A Climbing Life Examined - David Roberts - Simon and Schuster, 2006 - Near new, asking $9.00. Addicted To Danger, A Memoir About Affirming Life In The Face Of Death - Jim Wickwire and Dorothy Bullitt - Pocket Books, 1998 - Hardcover in excellent condition. Asking $12.00. High Exposure, An Enduring Passion for Everest and Unforgiving Places - David Breashears - Simon and Schuster, 1999 - Hard cover, near new. Asking $12.00. Boulder Climbs South (Boulder,CO) - Chockstone Press, Evergreen, 1989. 411 pages. Good, moderately used condition with a solid binding. $10.00. Buy one, choose a complimentary title from below: - Touch the Top Of The World – Erick Weihenmayer – Penguin Group, 2002 – Fair, much read, solid binding and no torn pages. - Outdoor Guide To Using Your GPS – Steve Featherstone – Creative Publishing, 2004 – As new. - Soft Paths – Bruce Hampton and David Cole – Nols, Stackpole Books, 1988 – Very good condition. - Bear Attacks the Deadly Truth - James Shelton - Sandhill Books, 1999 - Good, read condition, solid binding. - Footsteps of Thoreau, 25 Historic Nature Walks On Cape Cod – Adam Gamble – 1997 – Soft cover, as new. - Guide to the Superior Hiking Trail, Linking People With Nature Along Lake Superiors North Shore – Superior Hiking Trail Association, Ridgeline Press 1993 – Unused soft cover. - Gunflint, Reflections On The Trail – By Justine Kerfoot – 1991, Pfeifer-Hamilton Publishers, Duluth, MN – Hardback in very nice condition. - If We Had A Boat – Green River Explorers. Adventurers and Runners - Roy Webb – University of Utah Press, 1996 – Overall good condition except there is minor water staining and warping on bottom right corner of last 40 pages. - Arctic Dreams, Imagination And Desire In A Northern Landscape - Barry Lopez - Vintage Books, 2001 - Excellent read condition. - Of Wolves And Men - Barry Lopez - Charles Scribner's Sons, 1978 - Good read condition. Corner's of cover and first 7 pages are a little
  3. Prices include the cost of shipping. Payment is either through Paypal or Venmo. ----------- Ice World, Techniques and Experiences Of Modern Ice Climbing - Jeff Lowe - The Mountaineers Publishing, Seattle, 1996 - Hard cover in very good condition. Bottom right hand corner of cover got dinged at some point. Apart from this an excellent copy. Asking $15.00. How To Rock Climb - John Long - Chockstone Press, third Edition, 1998 - Good used condition with a solid binding. Asking $10.00 shipped. Knack Make It Easy, A Beginners Guide From the Gym to the Rocks - Steward Green - Knack Make It Easy/ Falcon Publication, 2010 - As new, $12.00 shipped. Instruction books have changed a lot since the publication of Royal Robbin's Basic Rockcraft and MIT's Fundamentals. Glossy photo's, printed on heavy weight stock....and more costly. This one is comprehensive and I think pretty well done. Gym Climbing, Maximize Your Indoor Experience - Matt Burback - The Mountaineers Books, 1st Edition, 2004 - Excellent lightly perused condition. Asking $10.00 shipped. 2 Copies - Mountaineering, The Freedom of the Hills: Sold - The Mountaineers, 3rd Edition, 1974 – Very well preserved copy of this older edition, the best I have seen. Pages look near new. Asking $10.00. The Mountaineers, 4th Edition, 1982 - Very well preserved copy of this older edition. Pages are in excellent condition. Solid binding. Normal handling and shelf wear on the hard cover but its minimal. Asking $10.00. --------------- Buy one, choose a complimentary title from below: - Touch the Top Of The World – Erick Weihenmayer – Penguin Group, 2002 – Fair, much read, solid binding and no torn pages. - Outdoor Guide To Using Your GPS – Steve Featherstone – Creative Publishing, 2004 – As new. - Soft Paths – Bruce Hampton and David Cole – Nols, Stackpole Books, 1988 – Very good condition. - Canine Colorado, Where To Go With Your Dog And What To Do – Cindy Hirschfeld Fulcrum Publishing, Golden CO. – Got wet at some point but entirely readable with a solid binding. Fair. - Bear Attacks the Deadly Truth - James Shelton - Sandhill Books, 1999 - Good, read condition, solid binding. - Footsteps of Thoreau, 25 Historic Nature Walks On Cape Cod – Adam Gamble – 1997 – Soft cover, as new. - Guide to the Superior Hiking Trail, Linking People With Nature Along Lake Superiors North Shore – Superior Hiking Trail Association, Ridgeline Press 1993 – Unused soft cover. - Gunflint, Reflections On The Trail – By Justine Kerfoot – 1991, Pfeifer-Hamilton Publishers, Duluth, MN – Hardback in very nice condition. - If We Had A Boat – Green River Explorers. Adventurers and Runners - Roy Webb – University of Utah Press, 1996 – Overall good condition except there is minor water staining and warping on bottom right corner of last 40 pages. - Arctic Dreams, Imagination And Desire In A Northern Landscape - Barry Lopez - Vintage Books, 2001 - Excellent read condition. - Of Wolves And Men - Barry Lopez - Charles Scribner's Sons, 1978 - Good read condition. Corner's of cover and first 7 pages are a little curled.
  4. for sale Climbing gear

    Mammut Neon pack. Still in great shape, I just don’t climb anymore. $25 Kids Camp helmet $5
  5. 5- 24” pickets 2- flukes 2- ice screws $30 for everything located in 97035
  6. Lot of books, will not separate. $15, located in 97035
  7. $10, located in 97035
  8. $10, located in 97035
  9. Lot of books. $10 located in 97035
  10. Lot of California climbing books, will not separate. $20 located in 97035
  11. Lot of books, will not separate. $10 located in 97035
  12. Here is a large lot of climbing book stories. $20 for all, will not separate. Located in 97035
  13. Prices include shipping from Idaho. OBO. Thanks for looking 1. Brand new in-box Tecnica ski touring boots. Never used...don't fit quite right. Seem awesome otherwise. $475 3. Brand new in-packaging BD Arc gloves, L. Just too big for me. $40
  14. $150 shipped (retail: 249 USD) Condition is New with tags in factory poly bag. Norrona trollveggen flex1 pants. size M, color: denimite, softshell, wind/water protection Details taken from https://www.norrona.com/en-GB/products/trollveggen/trollveggen-flex1-pants-men/ The trollveggen flex1 pants are our most durable yet lightweight soft shell pants and the go-to for mountaineers in need of a lightweight garment with great flexibility.The pants have the same great moving range as its family members falketind flex1 and svalbard flex1, but with a weight-to-durability ratio perfected for mountaineering activities.The pants have long leg zippers to provide great venting while challenging steep mountains.Other features include side pockets, thigh ventilation zippers on the side, Custom-fit system™ waist adjustment and gaiter hooks. The lower legs are adjustable and can be made wider to fit over your shoes. The pants are compatible with a bib.Inside leg length of the pants in size L = 86,5 cm.Length differs 2 cm per size up and down.Technical detailsWeight 480 gr.Style no: 1608-17Custom-fit waist system™High waistband in the backGaiter hook to connect pants to shoesKevlar reinforced inside anklesTwo hand pocketsTwo thigh pocketsZip close system™ around the legFabricsflex™1A single ply stretchy fabric that provides wind resistance and water-repellent while allowing improved moisture vapour transportation rates compared to waterproof products. These specially designed fabrics have all the attributes we expect in a Soft Shell: stretch, water-repellency, wind resistance and excellent moisture vapour transportation.
  15. Boots: $150 OBO Crampons: Well used but very serviceable Camp aluminums, $30 Mark Seattle - Tukwila
  16. $350 OBO Mark Seattle - Tukwila
  17. Arc'teryx Atom LT Hoodie, Men's Medium, $100 Great shape. Just used around the city. Email: ben.gossett@gmail.com
  18. This was my ice climbing pack back in Pennsylvania where the local area had ice gullies starting right off the road. Rt 611, Kitnersville along the Delaware River. Excellent condition without wear or tear. I upgraded the original shoulder straps with Osprey dual density foam straps that are more comfortable and substantial. - Daisy chains, ice tool loops, side compression straps. - Diamond ripstop nylon upper, Cordura nylon below. - Zippered top pocket. - Short extension sleeve. - Padded back panel. - Inside pocket with doubled (folded) Ensolite bivy pad. Additional inside pocket for a bladder or accessories. - Detachable gear loops run from pack body beneath the armpits to the shoulder straps. Asking $110.00 shipped.
  19. I am a professional cartographer distributing free climbing maps for non-commercial use for Mount Baker, Mount Rainier, and Mount Shuksan. Also, there is a Mount Baker Backcountry map available for download. These maps are provided as geo-spatial PDFs via Avenza Maps (free for iOS, Android, and Windows). With Avenza you can download the map to your cellular phone and see your location on the map even without cellular coverage. Here is a link to the Avenza download page including more information about the maps: https://www.avenzamaps.com/vendor/2640/shuksan-geomatics If you want a stand-alone digital copy of any of these maps they can be purchased for $4.99 (plus tax) here: http://www.shuksangeomatics.com/examples.html Email me with route corrections or GNSS (GPS) tracks and I will update the maps as necessary.
  20. 2019 Dakine Poacher 32L Used this pack for 1 tour last year, essentially brand new. I am selling it because I am 6'7" and the Poacher is not quite long enough in the torso for me. This is a fully featured touring backpack with dedicated avalanche tool pocket for quick access to shovel/probe. Also has strap systems for A-frame ski carry and diagonal ski carry, as well as fleece lined goggle pocket and a few others for energy bars/miscellaneous items to keep everything organized. This is a great pack ideal for day trips in the backcountry. This backpack retails for $185, so $100 is a great deal for a product with less than 6 hours of use on it. text 360 556-5922 - in Olympia
  21. Essentially brand new: carried twice on Rainier and once on Baker, fortunate to have bluebird days so these stayed in my pack. Baffle zip flap keeps super warm, and two-way zip super handy. Detachable hood adds versatility on mountain. Love this jacket but moving in near future so won’t need this weight but also don’t need to sell so pretty solid on price. Unlikely you’ll need it but FF warranty is legit. Stored in large open bag so hasn't been compressed short of the three trips. Not only USA made, Seattle made!Size Small. Fits easy over insulation and hard shell for normal size small or standalone, those size medium.New was $499 so $100 off (plus no sales tax so, really saving $158!) In Seattle area, glad to meet up any reasonable distance. Fill Weight: 13 ozAverage Weight: 30 ozFeatures:Baffled constructionLarge interior stash pocketZippered hand warmer pocketsZipper draft flap & lycra trim seals out draftsFleece lined collarRemovable hoodDown filled zipper draft tube, draw cord hem & velcro cuffs to seal out drafts850+ fill downThe Frontpoint is a mid-length, fully baffled down jacket designed for cold winter conditions and high altitude mountaineering. The cut is roomy in the torso to accomodate other layers, and extends about four inches below the waist. The detachable hood is generously filled, wrapping around the sides to cover the lower part of the face, while the stiffened brim shields against wind and snow. The hood fits over a climbing helmet perfectly. Inside you will find large cargo pockets to carry water bottles, food, or anything else you want to keep from freezing. The Frontpoint Jacket is perfect for ice climbers or expedition climbing in Alaska, South America or for winter use in the greater ranges of North America.
  22. Brand new in box, size 9.5 mens. I won these in a raffle but I need a 9, not 9.5. These are super light, just add some Petzl Leopards and you can climb a ton in essentially sneakers! MSRP is $350, will sell for $260, have to pay tuition otherwise I'd be tempted to just deal with these being too big. Take your fast and light to the next level! I live in the Central Area, work downtown Seattle Bentgate Mountaineering Review: https://www.bentgate.com/blog/salomon-slab-x-alp-carbon-2-review/ I am located in Seattle, will meet up anywhere reasonably close. eBay seller as US*Grant for perfect selling history.
  23. Through a strange turn of events, I managed to pick up an extra 2x sets of BD Alpine Carbon Z 120cm poles that I cannot return. I searched around a bit and tried to price these lower than anything else on the internet!$155 shipped per set, and I’ll knock of $10 if you can pick up in Seattle (98101)
  24. for sale Aegismax Down Pants

    Total Weight: 290g, Fill Weight: 139g (800 Fill Power White Goose Down) Size: XS (suitable for waist 26-28 in) Brand new, comes in its own stuff sack! Asking $45 plus shipping at cost. Pictures at https://imgur.com/a/zSySRoS
  25. Hello! I started my business High Mountain Gear And Repair in Seattle last year repairing textiles and outdoor equipment. I have since expanded to creating my own outdoor equipment, crag development products, and Ice Equipment Sharpening Service! I have a studio in Ballard, and currently the turn around for Sharpening Services are 1-4 days turn around. If you have equipment that needs repaired, or custom ideas needing made, I work at a reasonable $30/hr. I work on lightweight and heavy duty fabrics including leather, and have a lot of fabric available for sale by the yard for your own usage. Please check out my website at High Mountain Gear And Repair or my instagram page at @highmtngearnrepair to see my current offerings of products and services. Sharpening Prices Set Of Crampons $40 Crampon Front Point $5 Ice Pick $7 Standard Steel Screw $9 Cut Throat Steel and Aluminum Screws $17 Lettering $1 per letter Kyle Willis High Mountain Gear And Repair 1425 Broadway #475 Seattle, WA 98122 6147470500 POSEIDON.mp4
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