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  1. Not much used rope bag. I'll take what it costs to ship it, about $15. Free if you pick it up. I'm in Seattle. Yellow and grey. text me at: 9one-four. 58four - 38zero-five. https://www.rei.com/product/871096/petzl-bolsa-rope-bag
  2. sold! MSR snow fluke $10

    Got it from a friend and I've never used it. I don't know if it's ever even been placed. Measures out to the large size (7 x 10.75"). Yours for $10 in Fremont. Like this: https://www.msrgear.com/snow-tools/snow-anchors/snow-fluke/snow-fluke.html
  3. sold! TC Pros size 39

    Brand new TC Pros. Only worn once. Size $39 $140 I am located north of Seattle, but can ship them if necessary. 541-556-0189 Danielle
  4. Clearing out room in my garage and this treasured relic must go. This is a 1996 edition Bighorn pack, handmade in Bozeman, size L-XL, very much sized for tall dudes. I have a 22" torso and it fits me perfectly. This is the most comfortable pack I have ever owned (and I've had more than I can count). It had better be, because it weighs 6 pounds empty. It's worn, it's beat, it ain't pretty, but it has lots of life left. All hardware present, intact, and functioning perfectly. Volume is about 4,000 cubic inches, it has 2 ice axe loops, top and panel loading design, and a versatile integrated compression panel for your shovel, helmet, snowboard, whatever. I've worn this to the summits of Rainier, Mont Blanc, and more peaks than I can recall. It even comes with nifty Arc'teryx ice axe keepers. Here's the deal: Price is free Pickup in Seattle I don't want this to go to a collector or to some lame-o who will sell it on ebay to monetize its historical value. Send me an email (njbratton AT hotmail DOT com) with a 150-word essay describing your favorite alpine climb and why a heavy, 24-year old climbing pack will improve your mountaineering experience. Most compelling and creative essay gets it.
  5. Fabiano has long been associated with Scarpa. 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." Features: A vintage pair of hiking boots with light use. – Midweight 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. They haven’t even been “Snow Sealed”. – Littleway sole attachment with the heels glued and screwed from Scarpa. - At the toe, the sole was slightly separated but felt solid. I couldn't pry it open further just with my hands. To be on the safe side and certain of longevity, taking direction from Steve Komito, local Estes Park, CO boot repairman and climbing shoe re-soler, the tips of the soles have been glued and screwed. In the photo's, you will see that I decided not to wipe off the adhesive that was squeezed out as the screws were tightened. I feel that this further reinforces the repair. Adhesive was also applied to the screws to prevent loosening. – Alps Fabiano Extra lug soles with possibly 75% remaining life. Boots may be resoled. – The boots stitching and the lacing hooks are in excellent shape. - The leather lined interior is not dried up and cracking. - Weight is 3lbs 5oz a pair. Asking $65.00 shipped. Paypal or Venmo means of payment.
  6. Norman Clyde of the Sierra Nevada, Rambles Through the Range of Light - Norman Clyde - Scrimshaw Press, San Francisco, 1971 - A very good copy. A 3/8" wide, faint sunning of the top front and back, and along the binding due to shelf position. An inscription by the former owner is in between the cover and first page. Otherwise, solid binding, no dog earing or torn pages. Asking $45.00. Paypal and Venmo means of payment 0
  7. ACR ResQLink Personal locator beacon. Basically a satellite "oh shit" button. In good condition, has sat in the bottom of my pack and only been tested. The battery needs replacement, but there are local shops that can do that for you (Fusion Marine and Marine Safety Services Seattle). This costs $150 + tax through MSS. You can also purchase a battery online for $40 and do the repair yourself. I upgraded to an inReach and no longer need it. You can re-register it with NOAA in your name. Originally purchased at REI, costs $300 new Asking price: $50, saving you at least $100 over a new device. Email kamdh@uw.edu for fastest response
  8. Purchased this pair of Lowa Mountain Expert GTX EVO boots three years ago, used them once to climb Adams and now they collect dust. Excellent condition. These are men's size 10.5 US, 44 EU. Time to let someone else have some fun. Asking $150. Located in NE Portland, Oregon. Contact tim.kutscha@gmail.com for more info.
  9. I have two one-gallon cans of Coleman fuel that I don't need anymore (fireballs anyone?). I don't want to simply dump them. If anyone can use them for mountaineering fuel, let me know. NE Portland, Oregon. Cheers, tim.kutscha@gmail.com
  10. Price includes shipping cost. Paypal or Venmo method of payment. Sold - The Granite Landscape, A Natural History of American Mountain Domes From Acadia to Yosemite - Tom Wessels - The Countryman Press, Woodstock VT, 2001 - As new, asking $12.00. Sold - First Light, 5 Photographers Explore Yosemite's Wilderness - Yosemite Association, 2009 - 10"x12" book of collected Yosemite wilderness color impressions of 5 landscape photographers and inspiration writings. As new, asking $17.00. Sold - Utah, A Portrait - William B. Smart (narrative) and John Telford (photography) - University of Utah Press, 1995 - 101/4"x131/4" hard cover coffee table book. Collection of superb color photographs from the 4 quadrants and the Wasatch Range. Plus natural and cultural history writings. Near new. The jacket has one taped tear on the upper right corner of the rear side. Asking $22.00. 0
  11. Price includes the cost of shipping. Paypal or Venmo method of payment. Sold - Squeezing The Lemmon - A Rock Climbers Guide To The Mt. Lemmon Highway, Tucson, Arizona - Eric Fazio-Rhicard - Copyright 1991, First Edition - Binding is sounding a little crinkly so may not be best for use at the crag but in nice shape for the library. Still holding to together. No notes or torn pages. Asking $14.00. Rocky Mountain National Park, The Climbers Guide - Bernard Gillet - Earthbound Sports, 1993 - Very good shape, solid binding, no torn, dog eared or marked pages. Asking $15.00. Sold - Rock Climbing Red Rocks - Todd Swain - A Falcon Guide, The Globe Pequot Press, 2000 - In near new condition, lightly browsed. Asking $15.00. Sold - Rock Climbing Colorado - Stewart M. Green - Falcon Press, 1995 - Cover show's some wear but In good moderately perused condition. Solid binding, no annotations, torn or dog eared pages. Asking $14.00.
  12. Belay devices and carabiners $20 Set of 9 (blue dog bones) quick draws, mostly BD $20 Set of 7 (red dog bones) Wild Country quick draws $20 Set of 6 Omega Pacific wire gate quick draws (blue dog bones) $20 Metolius harness pack $5 Call/text 971-645-9112 pdx97035
  13. for sale Bolt drill set

    Everything included. Most bits are still new. I only placed two bolts with this kit. $60 call/text 971-645-9112 PDX 97035
  14. Mammut Spindrift Guide 45L backpack asking $60 A ski mountaineering specific pack. Good size for overnights and longer, or can be stripped down for technical day trips. Easily carries camping, glacier, and snow safety gear. Probably closer to 60L when fully stuffed but carries okay when less than full. Features: removable metal frame (can replace with a foam pad for lighter weight and more versatility), shovel/probe pouch, side zip access, zippered hip pouch, gear loops, rope carrier strap, side compression straps. Clip ice tool carry works with modern tools and allows easy access while wearing the pack. Carries skis in a-frame and diagonal configurations. Probably could carry a splitboard, but I'm not sure. Modifications: added a bungee crampon carrier, cut off the brain so that it can be optionally removed. It's a nice pack that I've taken up a bunch of peaks. In fair condition. Some stitching is getting loose in non-critical areas but could be repaired. Email kamdh@uw.edu for fastest response. I'm in Fremont, Seattle.
  15. Kayland mountaineering boots size 13/Euro 47 (I think, but the tag has worn off) asking $80 I'm not sure the exact model, but I think they are an older version of the apex rock: https://www.kayland.com/en/shop-en/mountaineering/apex-rock-gtx-black-lime.html These are a nice weight boot for volcanoes and other snowy Cascade peaks in Spring-Summer-Fall conditions. Work well with semi-automatic crampons (heel clip) or straps, but no toe welt for fully automatic crampons. There is a waterproof e-Vent membrane that still works. They are in good shape and were resoled once. For whatever reason, my feet have gotten bigger, even though I'm in my 30s, and they no longer fit. I can't deal with tight boots any more. Available for pickup in Fremont neighborhood of Seattle or possibly elsewhere in the greater area. Email kamdh@uw.edu for fastest response. Thanks
  16. Prices include cost of shipping. Paypal or Venmo methods of payment. Sold - The Audubon Field Guide to North American Insects & Spiders - Lorus and Margery Milne - Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 9th Printing, 1992 - In excellent, very lightly perused condition. Asking $11.00. Simon & Schuster's Guide To Insects - Dr. Ross H. Arnett & Dr. Richard Richard L. Jacques - Copyright 1981, Simon & Schuster's, Inc., In very good, lightly perused condition. Asking $11.00. Vintage 1957 - Audubon Western Bird Guide , Land, Water, and Game Birds - Richard Pough - Doubleday & Company, Inc., New York 1957 - In good, moderately perused condition. Binding sounds a little crinkly in places but entirely intact with no loose, torn or dog eared pages. A hardcover with jacket. The jacket primarily shows the shelf and handling wear. The hard cover is in remarkably good condition. Asking $14.00. Stokes Field Guide to Birds - Western Region - Donald & Lilian Stokes - Little, Brown and Company, 1996 - Excellent perused condition. Asking $12.00. Audubon Society – Pacific Coast Field Guide: Birds. Plants, Seashore Creatures, Fishes, Whales and Natural Wonders – Bayard and Evelyn McConnaughey – Alfred Knopf, 5th Printing, 1990 – 633 pages in good thumbed through condition. The binding is beginning to sound a little crinkly in places but no loose pages. If not for that I would have given it an excellent rating. Asking $10.00. Sold - The Audubon Field Guide to North American Seashells - Harald A. Rehder - Alfred Knoph, 5th Printing, 1990 - Excellent condition. $10.00.
  17. Early Winters vintage bivouac sack. Made in Seattle. The company used an early Goretex fabric for the canopy that had a fuzzy interior surface much like Bibler Todd Tex and the purpose was to dissipate body moisture. - I washed it, removed the the crusty old seam sealant and resealed the seams (required 1&3/4 tubes of Seam Grip), applied dabs of Seam Grip here and there and added Velcro to the hood. - The blue panels were added by the original owner. Under each are several dime sized or smaller spots of wear on the moisture dissipating fuzz and in places into the Gore. Not extensive wear and the owner opted to add the panels which cover a much broader area rather then patching each individual spot beneath. While functional, the panels seem also to bespeak of a creative mind and may be thought of as retro cosmetic. – Polyurethane coated ripstop nylon fabric on the ground side. – No zipper but its a fairly roomy slide in. – 1 lb 4 oz, size large. A generously sized bivy sack that will accommodate winter bags. – Although all the seams are resealed, I can’t vouch for its absolute ability to be waterproof in heavy prolonged rain. I was once stuck in a desert canyon overnight and it repelled intermittent sprinkling through the night. Rain coming in a day or so for a serious test of protection. 4/24 Update: Set the bivy out with rain overnight. Puddling on the surface this AM. The Goretex repelled the water well but the coated nylon on the underside was damp to slightly wet in places. Coating looks good so may be a low PSI rating or just old. I have decided that a fresh application of polyurethane over the entire bottom is needed and will be using McNett Recoat. 4/26 Update: Today I applied a coat of McNett Recoat. Restored, clean condition. All area's of wear have been addressed with either dabs of seam grip or the panels. Asking $115.00. Or Estes Park pickup for $105.00. *Note: Not certain but ‘Early Winters may have been the first company to use Gore-Tex (brand name!) in outdoor products. ByroTex, Todd Tex, Integral Tex and Gore Tex are all the same material; expanded polytetrafluorethylene. Gore Tex no longer licenses its material for use in tents, thus the non proprietary versions in the various single wall tent manufacturers’. (Courtesy of Excitable Boy) Shown with a Western Mountaineering Summerlite inside and a huge pillow at the head.
  18. Heavy duty mountaineering boots with stiff, full shanks that can be flexed just the slightest by hand at the ball of the foot. Step-in crampons compatible, full grain leather and insulated with Thinsulate. Sufficiently rigid for moderate ice, snow couloirs, icy rock gullies and glacier ascents. Backpacking with heavy loads over rough terrain. Very dark Snow Sealed green. - Size US 9, Eur 42.5. - Vibram deep lug sole. - Cambrelle lining that is without wear. - Weight is 4lbs 5oz for the pair. Already been to the summit of Mt. Rainier. Asking $165.00, shipped.
  19. Climb, Hike, Casual. The Pants - Light weight 52% nylon, 48% polyester in light tan. Size 10 with a 2 position snap adjustment at the waist, 30" minimum or 32" maximum. Belt loops, no waist elastic. Inseam is 30.5". Legs roll up and secure with button and loop becoming Capri's. Zippered/buttoned hand pockets and a lower one close to the knee. Excellent lightly worn condition. No wear or stains. Asking $24.00 shipped. Paypal or Venmo means of payment. Free Patagonia Performance Stretch Tights Size large. Made in the USA. Suitable for a range of hiking, aerobic and climbing activities. 93% nylon, 7% spandex mid-weight fabric. Elastic waist and cuffs. Waist line relaxed 26″, 40″ fully stretched. Inseam is 31″. Mesh backed hand pockets, none in the rear. 12.5 ounces. Used but no pulls or holes. I’d give them about an 8 of 10. If you would like to buy the tights alone I’m asking $16.00, shipped.
  20. 4 season air mat, down insulated. Measures 25"x77". 3.25" thick, R Value is 5.90. In perfect condition with 1 or 2 nights of use. Selling for a friend. Her initials are near the pump valve. Asking $125.00 shipped. Paypal or Venmo method of payment. Estes Park Pickup for $105.00.
  21. Plus shipping cost - Gregory Cassin Internal Frame Pack - Top loading, multi day expedition pack. The Cassin was in production from 1987 through 1991 and was the predecessor to the Denali Pro. Up for sale is the final production model with 2 side entry zippers on the main compartment supplementing content access. The pack is in excellent, lightly used condition. There are no cuts, holes, loose stitching or prominent worn areas with one exception: The polyurethane coating was peeling so all was cleanly removed and I'm including a new Gregory pack rain cover. Features: - 6, 550 cubic inches, 110 liters capacity for the size large. - Pack and hipbelt are a size large. Fits torso length approximately 18 - 21 inches. Padded section of hip belt measurement is 34 inches. Add about 11 inches for the adjustable webbing sections. - 8 ounce pack cloth, #10 YKK heavy duty zippers. A robust, rugged pack. Very durably constructed albeit heavy by today's standards. Weighs in at 6 lbs, 10 oz. Ray Jardine's concepts in lightening pack weight were introduced around 1983 but the 2 design concepts continued to exist side by side for years with present day adherents of each. Large load haulers are needed for extended treks without resupply, trail crews and for restocking back country huts. - Suspension is 2 internal contoured aluminum stays and padded back panel. Dense foam padded ergonomic hipbelt. – Huge top lid pocket ((887 cubic inches), a main body and zippered lower sleeping bag compartment. Lid converts to a fanny pack or can be left behind for reduced weight. Side entry zippers on the main compartment. The top lid panel has lashing points for attaching crampons. – Extension/sealing skirt. - Included are 2 large, about 700 cubic inch each detachable accessory water/fuel bottle pockets and 2 removable front pockets that piggyback. 1 of nylon pack cloth the other mainly of mesh.These add more cubic inches to pack volume. Use with or without as needed. – Ice axe loops. - Side compression straps - Blue with a slightly purplish tint. Now asking $65.00. Was $110.00. The packs condition, with the exception of the coating separation, is on par with the best of vintage packs I have seen. Many years of use ahead for this pack. No.............. Yes............ 1
  22. Long a mainstay for Appalachian Trail thru hikers and the National Park Service. These are the originals, made in Italy with a full grain leather outer and wicking Chambrelle lining. - Labeling does not specify gender but a female friend whom normally wears a 7.5 tried them on with a mid-weight hiking sock and they fit. Length of the removable insole is 9.5". - Mid-weight boot with a sole that can be flexed by hand at the ball of foot. - Waterproof/breathable Goretex membrane. - In very good used condition. The Vibram Skywalk sole has much remaining life and is not worn unevenly at the heel. Interior lining shows very little wear. Its a very durable boot and if the upper is cared for they will last for resoling. Any Red Wing shoe store will condition the uppers on the spot, without charge. - Boots weigh 2lbs 9oz. Asking $15.00 plus shipping cost. Paypal or Venmo method of payment.
  23. Prices include shipping with Paypal or Venmo method of payment. ----------------------- The Making of a Ranger, 40 Years with The National Parks -- Lemuel A. Garrison - Howe Brothers Publishing and the Institute of the American West, 1983 - In very good read condition. Solid binding, no dog eared or torn pages. Asking $13.00 shipped. Paypal or Venmo method of payment. Buy one, choose a complimentary title from below: - Tie a Fly, Catch a Trout - SR SlaymakerI ll - Harper & Row, Publishers, 1976 - Hard cover in very good lightly perused condition. Jacket shows slight shelf and handling effects. Book proper is without flaws. Unfaded cover, solid binding, no torn pages. - Mountain Biking Utah - Greg Bromka - A Falcon Guide, 1998 - Generally good condition. The bottom right page corners of about the last 1/2 of the book had gotten wet and are a little warped. Impairs only the appearance. - 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. - Marathoning For Mortals - John "The Peguin" Bingham and coach Jenny Hadfield - Rodale, 2003 - Near new. -Women & Thru-Hiking on the Appalachian Trail. Practical Advise From Hundreds of Women Long Distance Hikers - Beverly “Maine Rose” Hugo – Appalachian Trail Conference, 2002 – Moderately read, solid binding, no torn or dog eared pages, front and rear covers are a little bowed, not bent. Overall good condition. - The White Death, Tragedy and Heroism in an Avalanche Zone – McKay Jenkins – Random House, 2000 – Hardcover in excellent read condition. Jacket shows just a little wear. Partly a memoir of a Montana mountaineering family with tales of climbing
  24. Offering the camping pot, filtration bottle and water jug for $25.00 inclusive of shipping cost. Paypal, Venmo or other form of payment. Estes Park, CO pickup for $20.00. - MSR stainless steel cooking pot. 1 quart capacity with a handle that secures the lid. Heavier gauge, weighs 1lb. Good camping pot for simmering, heating milk for hot chocolate, reheating left overs with less scorching. Nearly unused. No dings or scorch marks. - Bota Of Boulder, 1 Quart Capacity Outback Water Filtration System - Remove the integrated filter lid, fill the bottle, replace, squeeze and drink. As new. - 2 Gallon Collapsible Water Jug – Good shape 1 quart fills to here- 0
  25. Prices include shipping with funds through Paypal or Venmo. ---------------- The Altitude Experience, Successful Trekking and Climbing Above 8000 Feet - Mike Farris - Falcon Books, 2008 - Excellent condition. Asking $10.00. Above Timberline, A Rocky Mountain Journal - Dwight Smith - Pruett Publishing Company, Boulder, 1990 - Used title in very good perused condition. Asking $10.00.
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