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  1. Winter is only done on the calendar! I am just returning from a trip in the Alaska range, and am super stoked on big snowy, rocky, and icy alpine routes. I am currently unemployed and with only a few exceptions have the rest of April free. So I am free for mid week and longer trip too The routes looking at are: Cauthorn-Wilson, Watusi Rodeo, North Face Big Four, Gerber-Sinks, or anything else along those lines. Hit me up if you want to get out and climb!
  2. For Sale is a 30L Cilogear worksack in their indestructible Woven/Non-Woven Dyneema fabric. This is an amazing pack that is purpose made for the fast and light alpinist being lightweight and fully strippable including top lid, straps, waist belt and removable bivy pad. These sell for $500 new on Cilogear's website. I am selling this one for $450 Canadian Dollars ($350USD) shipping not included. There is no visible wear but there is some slight discoloration of the white fabric on the bottom of the pack and the top lid from being set on the ground. This pack is the "Normal" size from Cilogear. Link: http://www.cilogear.com/3004.html
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