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  1. Boots: $150 OBO Crampons: Well used but very serviceable Camp aluminums, $30 Mark Seattle - Tukwila
  2. 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.
  3. 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
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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)
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. Used less than a handful of times on some volcanoes. No longer have the Vipecs and therefore no need for these. I honestly forget the official size of these. I measured the base to fit 110mm. I used them on skis measuring 105mm which is likely around the ideal size. $75 + Free Shipping
  10. I am selling my 3 year-old Morning Glory 163 splitboard. I've put about 30 days on it and it's handled wonderfully. I just need a wider board to accommodate my big feet. Toe and heel drag is killing me! This board is in a like new condition, it just has a little ptex work done on the bottom in a few spots. Nothing major. The board itself was $850 when I bought it new, I'd like to sell it for $700 (with skins). I also have Spark Blaze bindings I can sell with it for an extra $200 (retails $285). These are really good basic lightweight splitboard binding and I've had no issues with them. The board rides like a dream in deep snow and corn. Hope you get to enjoy it like I have
  11. I’ve got two of these, still totally new, each for $100. Great deal!Pickup in Seattle, or slap on $10 to be shipped in the USA.
  12. Local to Leavenworth but can do pickup in the Seattle area as well. https://www.mountainproject.com/forum/topic/118248732/fs-ice-screws-scarpa-boots-helmet-black-hole-duffel-mens-l-jackets
  13. $300 via F&F on Pay Pal NIB binding
  14. Brand new Montane Iridium Hoodie (tags still attached!) selling for $70. A lightweight stretch technical alpine hooded fleece with a ceramic print on the exterior to increase durability. Designed for fast mountain assaults to be worn either on its own or as a layering piece under a hard shell or a softshell jacket. Size S, weight 370g, normal retail $165. Buyer pays shipping. Selling because i have too many fleece jackets. Pics here: https://imgur.com/a/jn7Sj81
  15. I am selling a NEW Patagonia women's small Nano-air hoody in color "strait blue." It is too small for me. I tried it on once; the tags are still attached. $160 firm.- Stretchy, breathable fabric combines a plain-weave liner, 60g warm-when-wet synthetic insulation and a weather-shedding ripstop shell with a durable water repellent (DWR)- 60g FullRange® insulation warms and stretches; combined with the shell and lining, this creates excellent mechanical stretch and unprecedented air permeability (40 CFM)- Soft, supple feel and full mechanical stretch allow uninhibited range of motion and an updated, athletic fit over base layers- Articulated patterning and quilting improve shape and durability- Trim, stretchy hood with elastic binding fits snugly, yet also still fits over low-profile helmets- Above-harness handwarmer pockets and smaller chest pocket all close with trim, low-bulk zippers- Center-front zipper has a stormflap and zipper garage for next-to-skin comfort- Dual-adjustable drawcord hem seals in warmth; refined cuffs feature sleek, low-bulk, stretch-knit insetsI bought it on Enwild.com and as they don't have a larger size, and I don't want store credit, it makes more sense for me to see if I can sell it here to recup the cost.I got a free Enwild unisex XS t-shirt with the purchase. If you want it, I will throw that in for free.
  16. Injury keeps me from this 7-day, guided, catered, backcountry ski trip near Golden, BC. Sentry Lodge is the northernmost, largest, best appointed of the 4 backcountry lodges run by Golden Alpine Holidays in the Esplanade Range. Trip includes round trip helicopter transport to the Lodge from near Golden plus two ACMG certified guides and an outstanding lodge cook who provides all meals and snacks- you bring any desired intoxicants. Sentry has extensive terrain including peaks for big days and safe terrain when conditions are unstable. Full cost is $2400 US but price is negotiable. Anticipate arriving in Golden on the evening of 1/24/20 for morning drive to staging area on 1/25/20. Contact pfxlewis@gmail.com for further information
  17. Like new ski touring boots. I bought these 3 weeks ago and I skied in them twice but they are too small for me. They are crazy light and a rad boot for backcountry touring and ski mountaineering. Amazing walk mode and actually really stiff and decent on the decent too. I'll post a picture of the specifications of the boot. here are a few links to the boot - https://www.salomon.com/en-us/shop/product/s-lab-x-alp.html#color=10710https://sawtoothguides.com/2017/11/20/20172018-salomon-x-alp-ski-boot-review/I bought them for $899, so two uses cost me $200 haha but I need to sell them to buy a new pair so hey...The boots are 26.5 touring boots. Phone number is 5six2 three2one 8ninenine8shoot me a text and we can find a time for you to check out the boots. cheers! IMG_2189.heic
  18. Selling my unused pair of Black Diamond Cobra Ice Tools. One hammer and one adze. These are the current model. $425 for the pair. Call or text: 206-595-6471
  19. Shipping not included. Estimate $5 per item, will try and keep it to less if combined. Local pickup possible in Seattle, Wenatchee or the Methow. Payment in cash or Paypal +3% or F&F Black Diamond Raven Pro Ice Axe with leash - $65 - Excellent condition. I forget the length, but I am 6ft with 32in inseam and it is the perfect size for me. Grivel G14 crampons- Have seen some heavy use but they are burly as heck. Lots of life left on the frontpoints with some love from a file. - $80 Petzl Elios size 2 orange climbing helmet - Was my extra helmet for friend use - Good shape, no cracks or big drops - $30 Grivel Long crampon extender bar (names Valtor bar) Works with G10, G12, G14 and G1 models - $5 Grivel sport draw sling #15 (5x red, 5x white, 5x green) - $20 Wild Country Rockcentrics hexes 3-8 - $40 Trango Flex cam 0.5 - light use. - $25 BD C4 0.75 - moderate to heavy use. I would still use this, but had a duplicate. - $30 Alpacka Denali packraft with whitewater skirt - Green - Denali is the large equivalent, see Alpackas website for specifics on sizing, but I would say it is generally good for anyone 5-11 to 6-3. Good condition, no patches or tears on the boat material. The inflatable backrest got caught on my PFD last time I used it and tore off one side, should be an easy repair. It has one small tear on the skirt that I patched, otherwise the skirt is n great shape. I lost a section of the skirt combing that I replaced with a section of tent pole, which works as if new. This boat does not have the TiZip that is currently offered, but can be retrofitted with one for 250-300 by Alpacka. New boats run around $925 without decking,with whitewater decking the lowest I saw was $1200 - I am asking $850 Kokopelli Nirvana Packraft with TiZip and whitewater decking/skirt - A couple a abrasions from a trip down the owhyhee and its volcanic rocks. Patched the spots with tenacious tape but could use a formal repair with aquaseal. Zipper is tight without water leaks. Spray decking is in good shape. Cheapest price I could find online for these new is $1200. Asking $900. Cilogear 60L worksack - Large. Excellent condition. Bought from a guy who never used it. I used it on two trips. Works great and carries weight super well, I just have too many packs and am more into a different one. - They run over $300 new - Asking $190 REI Ridgeline Womens backpack. About 65L. - $50 North Face Summit Series Primaloft Parka. Black, medium. Feels like 120g weight. Pretty damn warm. Small tear on the arm. Would make a good belay jacket - $40 Arcteryx Squamish grey Large - great condition. Used less than 10 times - $60 SOLD Lowa Mountain expert GTX - size 11.5 - Great shape, minimal use, tons of rubber left on these. $125 Arcteryx Bora2 gore tex boots with removable liner. Size 12 - - Good shape, used them to climb ranier in the summer. - $119 Black Diamond Punisher gloves - L - Used once - $60 Montbell Alpine Ultralight Down Hugger #7 - Good condition, used to climb Rainier during a warm stretch in summer, and then mostly for sleeping indoors while travelling. - $95 Outdoor research goretex Gators - Fair condition - L/XL - Some crampon holes patched with matching duct tape. - $20 North Face Summit Series Down bibs. Used once on Denali. Full side zips. Look similar to the current Himalayan bibs. Like new. - $250 Synthetic Quilt 40deg - Made by a guy who tried starting a cottage business that failed. Actually pretty good construction. I would keep it but its too short for me. Would be good for someone under 5-6 - $80 Intuition Power Wrap ski boot liners size 29 - Very light use, no stains or tears - $60 Aluminum Camping percolator - $10 Icebreaker Oasis 1/4 zip long sleeve hoody - Brown with faint black stripes - Large - Like new, I actually forgot I had this and just found it - $50 First Gear HT overpant shell pants. Size 34. Knee pads integrated. Thought I would use this for poor weather motorcycle riding but that never happened. They would be good for that, or snow machine trips. $100
  20. BD UL’s sold, C3 available
  21. Selling nearly new Scarpa Zodiac Tech GTX, size 39. These are an awesome, super-lightweight alpine climbing boot. I used them briefly on Mt. Baker and for a short North Cascades trip this summer, but they just don't fit me well and I'm hoping someone can benefit from them. Retail is $300, yours for $160! Pickup in Seattle or I can send them to you if you cover shipping. Happy climbing!
  22. I am selling a pair of lightly used La Sportiva Nepal EVO GTXs in size 43.5 (10.5) for $275. They have seen light climbing, most of which was on snow/ice and very little rock so they are in good shape with lots of tread/rand. They have the volume liner and a pair of green superfeet inside. I can meet in the greater Seattle/Bellevue area and out I-90 a bit. Shipping is an option but I'd add that to the price of the boots.
  23. Scarpa Mont Blanc GTX orange (42.5 EU, 9.5 USm) BUMP, reduced $125.00 Gore-tex, Duratherm, original retail value 449 USD when I bought 5 years ago, very occasional use, only on snow and ice climbing and kept well maintained, in perfect condition with only one small cut in the front rubber in one of them, as showed in the photos. Perfect for winter mountaineering and ice climbing, I did some Cascades classics and winter Canada ice climbing without complaints, very happy with them but now using very occasionally (last year even they did not go out of the closet and they need some activity). In Seattle area if you want to try them.
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