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  1. Here’s a pair of Fabiano, made in Italy, all leather classics in very lightly used condition. – Mid-weight boot with just a little flex by hand at the ball of the foot. - 1 piece all leather suede upper with a glove leather lining. The uppers are without scratches, digs or wear and look in “mint” condition. Lining looks near unworn. – Littleway sole attachment with the heels glued and screwed. – Vibram Rocciablock lug soles with possibly 98% remaining life. Boots may be resoled. – The boots stitching and the lacing hooks are in excellent shape. - Weight is 3lbs 5oz a pair. Asking $95.00, shipped. PPFF or please add the 4% fee if you prefer a goods transaction. Or Venmo payment. According to commentary on Trailspace in March 2007: "Fabiano started as an outgrowth of a shoe repair shop in Boston. The founder was an Italian immigrant bootmaker. He designed a series of boots, mostly leather, that were fabricated to his specifications in Italy, by Scarpa."
  2. A change in my medical condition, weather and a cancellation of a winter adventure I had planned is causing me to sell this bag. Purchased this the bag year 2018. Bag is new, no smell, tears, delaminating or abrasion wear. The bag has NEVER BEEN USED and stored in a Western Mounteering cotton storage bag in a closet for almost a year. FEATURES: Size 6’ 0” Right Zip 850 Plus Fill Power Goose Down Fill Weight 32 oz plus 4 oz OVER FILL 8.5” Loft, -100F Insulated Hood & Down Collar MicroLite XP™Fabric Cotton Storage Bag & Stuff Bag Measured Total Weight 53.4oz/3.3lb Purchased Price $815 Will throw in a Sea to Summit eVENT XL/30L COMPRESSION DRY SACK ($49.95 ) >>>>>YOURS for $575.00 ……. FREE shipping<<<<< I accept PayPal as payment. I prefer Friends and Family, OR add 4%, that is fine too. Price includes standard USPS shipping in CONUS only. For communications ONLY THROUGH my email: kenlarson40 at chartermi dot net
  3. sold! Spantik 45

  4. $175. New, never used. Previous to the current generation. Cash only, meet up in greater Seattle area.
  5. $75. New, never used. Cash only, meet up in greater Seattle area.
  6. sold! Sold

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  7. Made in the USA when Bibler was a division of Black Diamond and before BD began having their tents made in Asia. This is the version without the tie-in loop and is a size long. It is practically unused and in mint condition. Waterproof/breathable Todd-Tex on top with a polyurethane coated nylon bottom. The opening has bug netting and a pliable wire hoop holds the fabric off of your face. The outer Todd-Tex fabric closes it all with a double toggle zipper, covering flap and rain gutter. Roomy enough to accommodate an inflated pad and winter bag without compressing the loft. Asking $155.00 inclusive of shipping cost.
  8. The Parawing is a tarp with a parabolic cut. It was designed and marketed by Bill Moss founder of Moss Tents in Camden, Maine. Technically it is described as a "hyperbolic paraboloid with compound curves". This is a used, original 19' Parawing being sold with the poles, stakes, stuff sacks and guy lines. The color is a yellowish tan. It is in good overall condition and has not been set up for extended periods of time. The color doesn't appear significantly faded. There are some stains consistent with use and I have done some restoration in preparation for sale. Several pinhead sized campfire spark holes received a dab of Seam Grip and 4 larger about pea sized that I patched with nylon taffeta fabric and Seam Grip. Otherwise, the seams and guyline attachment points stitching is sound and I have cleaned the the tarp without any particular effort to remove dirt and tree stains. - 1.9 ounce per sq yard ripstop nylon with polyurethane coating. Coating is about 99% intact and without odor. - 2, 8 foot long, three section Reynolds 6061-T6 seamless aircraft aluminum poles without shock cord which allows a section to be removed and the fly pitched closer to the surface when needed. I'm asking $245.00 inclusive of shipping cost to the lower 48. PPFF or please add the 4% goods fee if you prefer. (The shadow spots on photo's are due to my old camera)
  9. New Nemo Chogori 2 Person Mountaineering Tent for sale. I set it up in my yard once last summer and haven't used it since. Pretty roomy for a 2 person tent, you could fit 3 in if need be. Asking $380.
  10. Lightly used (3-4 days out in snow and ice) mountaineering boots - size 38 (US women's 7). They're basically brand new and great boots, but half a size too small for me. Can met in downtown Seattle or the Columbia City/Seward Park area.
  11. Everything in the pic shipped to your door in the lower 48 for $85. All lightly used on a couple mountaineering trips on summit day. Basically to be clipped in to a fixed line while summitting. So very little use. Mixture of Petzl and BD. Ascender is LH and I really don't want to part all of this out just to save on shipping stuff all over the US. Also have a BD multi-purpose harness. If interested I could throw that in for a small fee. Pics available upon request.
  12. For sale is a pair of lightly used BD Sabretooth clip crampons. Great all around crampon. Asking $80 shipping included to the lower 48. Payment via paypal only please. Comes with the carry case as well.
  13. Used about 10 times -Greg 360-521-6685
  14. For sale is a whole cooking kit. MSR Simmerlite stove, 4 bottles, multiple windscreens and a 1.3L MSR pot. Will not part out. Very little use, just don't need anymore. Asking $120 or about half off of new price and that price includes shipping to the lower 48.
  15. Was $175, now at $125.00. 4 season, double wall dome that is very roomy for 2 and will fit 3 persons. about the same floor space as the VE25. In addition to the zippered entrance, the tent has double snow tunnel entrances for winter and mountaineering use. Four, 157" equal length replacement fiberglass poles. 2 shorter Easton aluminum awning supports which I have purchased from TNF. The original owner lost the pole bag. The fiberglass poles are strong and work fine but are heavier and do not have the ultimate strength of metal for mountaineering use ..... but who among you is unaware of this. The tent is in excellent, lightly used overall condition. No stains, no funky odors and the polyurethane coating on the floor and rainfly isn't sticky or peeling. Very clean throughout. There was a slit in the fabric of 1 pole sleeve and another near the entrance which I have solidly repaired. (Again for the uninitiated, the center shadow spots on the photo's is a flaw of my older point and shoot) Note: If your planning regular, serious mountaineering use, TNF sells the 4 Easton aluminum poles for $192.00 but they are out of stock. TentPole Technology sells the 4 poles in Easton aluminum for approximately $144.00. 4 TNF aluminum poles on E-Bay at the present selling at $30.00 each. - Nylon taffeta floor, canopy and rainfly. - Zippered main entrance with bug netting. Netting is mint. - Double snow tunnel entrances with netting for summer ventilation. - Additional guy line pullouts on the rainfly for high wind and snow load conditions. - 2 inside netting gear pockets. - Free standing. - Seams on the floor and rainfly were not previously sealed. A blank slate for you to do the job. No old, flaking sealer to clean up. Weights: Rainfly, 2lbs 6oz - Poles & Stakes, 3lbs 10oz - Main Body, 4lbs 1oz Comes with setup instructions, poles, pegs, separate pole and tent bags. Asking $125.00 plus shipping cost from 80517. Reconfigured the box to 32"x9"x6.5". Use 10 and 1/2 lbs as the packaged shipping weight. Pickup in Estes Park, CO also available.
  16. sold! All sorts of crampons

    Changes in footwear/mountain goals have left me with several pairs of crampons I don't need. - Petzl Darts, with leverlock rears. These are getting down there, but have some drytooling in them for sure. - Petzl Irvis front sections. These are only lightly used and still sharp. They can be used with the darts rears, above. - BD Sabretooths. Full auto. Heavily used, but life in them with some sharpening. The center bars have been cut, so they won't fit more than a size 9 boot without new bars. - Stubai 10-point aluminums. Full strap. Just cleaning the closet here, throw me some beer, or a 20, etc. Thanks!
  17. I decided to dump the rest of my bags. All prices include shipping to the lower 48. All info should be in pics. Stuff sacks and storage bags included with each bag. All bags are free of rips, tears, repairs, stains or smells. Dog shown for advertising purposes only. She's a photo hog and not for sale Bag 1: Mountain Hardwear Phantom 32. Compressed twice, used 3 nights. Awesome lightweight summer bag. Asking $210. Mountain Hardwear Phantom 0 has been sold! Marmot Helium has been sold!
  18. I have for sale (1) pair Trango S Evo GTX's size 42. I would say average condition with average use and wear. Asking price?? Make offer. Shipping in the lower 48 only. Thanks for looking.
  19. Like new condition. Bought new 2 years ago and worn for a total of 4 hours. Parting ways with what's left of my mountaineering gear. They are a size small. Now's your chance to own probably the warmest and highest quality manufactured mitts on the planet. Asking $90 shipped to your door in the lower 48. Paypal preferred form of payment. Yes Steep and Cheap has them for $130 plus tax and shipping. Save yourself $60. Side by each you'd have a hard time telling the "new" ones apart from these.
  20. Board lasted, stiffer shoe, excellent for edging. Lined. Very lightly used. Asking $48.00 shipped. PPFF or please add the fee.
  21. Sold - 100% mini ripstop nylon outer and liner. Q-Shield 80% duck down and 20% duck feather 650 fill. Zippered hands and chest pocket, dual hem drawcords and double needle stitching. Overall in excellent condition. There are 2 spots to mention at the same location on either side of the collar where the nylon is slightly puckered. No holes or down leakage. Appears to be from contact with whiskers. Size XL weighs 15 oz. Asking $42.00 shipped. PPFF or please add the fee. Q.Shield® DOWN retains loft and warmth even when wet.
  22. Asolo GTX hiking boots for sale, US size 10 / 43.5 euro, good shape used handful of times just do not fit my feet, maybe they fit yours? Asking 85$, On the Eastside, thanks for looking hope to hear from you. Manufacturer's Description: One-piece water-resistant 1,8 mm suede leather upper. Gore-Tex lining, waterproof and breathable. Lasting board with Duo Asolflex technology. Midsole in PU mono density. Asolo highly technical sole, the balance of the outsole has self-cleaning lugs designed for optimum performance on varying types of terrain. Classic lacing system. Toe rubber cap. Brand Asolo Style Boot, Active Active shoe style Hiking Department Men Size 10 Material Rubber, Nylon, Genuine Leather, Genuine Suede
  23. My wife got me this harness for Christmas, and it has sat in storage until this week when the weather finally improved. I did a bunch of research before buying, and got a large (I am right between two sizes). Unfortunately, it seems like I chose wrong, and need a smaller size. Since the harness was originally purchased in December, it is no longer eligible for exchange. Here is the link to the harness: https://mistymountain.com/shop/climbing/climbing-harnesses/cadillac/ Size: L Buckle type: Quick Adjust Color: Blue and Black Harness is in like new condition. I only wore it for one day of climbing, and never took a fall! It is super comfortable, and has legendary build quality and features. Current retail prices are around $145, asking $120 (I intend to reorder the same harness, just one size smaller).
  24. Two used Tech Machine ice tools with new Ice Blades currently attached. Includes back-up pair of Ice Blades. Tools have lots of life left and will serve someone well for many years! I love the grip (fits medium-large hand very well) and swing of these tools, but I need to thin out the redundancy in my collection. If I am way off the mark with the asking price let me know, but price seems lower than anything I was able to find out there Available to meet in Seattle.
  25. This is *the* PNW pack for climbing and mountaineering in my opinion, and those of many others (*coughAmericanAlpineInstituteGuidesChoice*cough). This is the Ballistics version so extra durable fabric only on the hard wear points. And all the straps! Lash anything and everything (crampons, rope, etc)I have three Cilo packs and am only selling his as I can (for now) manage the 30:30 pack for most of my climbs. Subsequently, this has only been on Adams, Rainier, and possibly Baker- so super minty! $250 This is a fair price and is without the notable hassle of the forever unclear production timeline from Cilo themselves, anywhere from 2-4 months, sometimes it's longer. And yes it's true, they don't ever give you updates. That for sure is the one downside of a climber-run business but then you can't be so mad when they also want to climb and the make the best packs! Plus USA made! This includes 2 sets of the diagonal carry strap system ($38) and the rope catch strap system ($15) worth $53 I'm located in Seattle and am glad to meet up anywhere reasonably close. On eBay as US*Grant for selling history. From CiloGear: The 40B is the pack of choice for cragging and weekends close to home. It is a robust and durable pack that will treat you right today and in the years to come.The 40B responds to the desire of folks for a pack that would work for Alpine cragging or serious routes in more civilized areas. The 40B is about 2.5" shorter than the 45L or 60L WorkSacks, and is just the right size for shorter folks and awesome weekends. The 40B WorkSack easily carries crampons or a water bottle in the crampon pocket.Volume Range: Normal: 42L | Expanded: 60L | Compressed: 30L | Closed: 20LWeight and Sizing SpecificationsPack bag: 815g(1.8lbs) | Hip belt: 120g | Lid: 170g | Strap set: 200g | Framesheet & Pad: 590g | Total: 1895g(4.1lbs)Size by torso length 17" - 19" = Medium
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