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  1. I'm offering the following titles for purchase. Prices include shipping cost. PPFF or Venmo payment options. ------------------------- Sold - Sandia Select - 1999, Mick Schein - Excellent perused condition without climbing notations. Note on the inside cover by the former owner. Asking $10.00. 2009 edition of The Worlds Most Significant Climbs - Printed on heavier weight stock. Very good read condition with 2 creases on the front cover. Asking $10.00. Sacred Mountains of The World - Edwin Bernbaum - 1992, The Sierra Club - 9"x12", heavier weight stock, photo's and text. Excellent used condition, asking $14.00. Lennnard Zinn, 2001, Velo Press Boulder, CO, 3rd Edition - 353 pages covering all aspects of maintenance/repairs and of course ....... some philosophy. Excellent near new condition. Asking $14.00. Appalachian Mountain Club , 3rd Edition, 1998 - Excellent read condition - Asking $10.00. Buy 2 from this post ........ or a 2nd from the "titles list" here, mountainproject.com/forum/t… and choose a free book from the "complimentary list".
  2. I bought 'em from Feathered Friends in 2014 to climb Mt Shuksan (successful), climbed Olympus in 2016 (successful), and hiked part of Mt Adams with grandson in 2017, then tried Mt Baker this past weekend (unsuccessful) because my left foot became so terribly painful that I turned back just before the Roman wall where it gets steep. Left foot has had surgery which has now (apparently) caused the shape/size to change enough that the boot just doesn't fit well - is far too tight, and quite painful after a while. So, they should go to someone who will get good use out of 'em. Original cost was a bit under $600, how about $300, and I ship (CONUS) for that?
  3. A used sleeping bag with a few repairs and ready to go. Approximate temperature rating is 15 to 20 degree's F. - Regular size, mummy style with box foot construction. - 1.2 ounce ripstop nylon. - 24" in length longitudinal baffled down compartments over the torso. Elsewhere, 6" horizontal slant box baffled construction. - Left zip, near full length #5 YKK zipper with double pulls. Works as it should. - Double Polarguard filled draft flaps seal the zipper. - Polarguard filled 360 degree collar at the shoulders. Repairs: - 1 abrasion covered with Seam Grip that flowed too liberally. - One 4" section of baffle stitching had come apart and was repaired by Ripstop Repairs in Boulder, CO. --------------- Improvement: I had some goose down on hand and decided to open the very top seam in a few places and added a generous amount to the longitudinal compartments. Took some time and but increases the lower temperature rating to about 15 - 20 degree's F by my estimation. Final 2 photo's show the overfill. The sleeping bag is not an ultra light by today's standards but is thoughtfully designed and well made. Weight is 3lbs 6oz, not to shabby. Includes the original stuff sack. Asking $95.00 shipped. PPFF or Venmo.
  4. #6 friend: used a few times. excellent condition. $80, firm. grivel 2f crampons: w/ antibotts. well used, both alpine and waterfall climbing. due to front point wear, they are now really only suitable for general glacial travel and steep snow unless you have fancy footwork. $15 obo. cash only. seattle area and i5 corridor up to burlington.
  5. for sale Casio Pro Trek Watch

    Model 3414 PRW-3500 solar powered. Brand New in box $100 IMG_4644.HEIC
  6. New with tags Rab Xenon X Hoody. Bought new and ended up being a little too small for me. Current model. $120 picked up in Portland, $130 shipped conus
  7. The Thor is Valandre's Top of the Line Expedition Down Sleeping Bag. It is brand new without tags. Never been used. Only crawled in a couple times. Just been hanging in the gear closet and needs to find a good home and be used. Storage Bag and Stuff Sack included. $650 Shipped Video https://youtu.be/CF3NEFTIfxA
  8. Lowe Alpine Contour 3 - Torso length adjustable: 16" - 18" medium, 18" - 21 large. Maximum torso length is 21". Measurements are from center stitch line of the hipbelt to top of shoulder straps along the adjustment slide. Shoulder straps may be lowered below the 16" position to further decrease torso length but you would have more pack towering over you. - Capacity is 70 liters plus 15 additional with use of the extension sleeve. - Suspension - 2, shape-able aluminum back stays. Padded bi-laminate foam lumbar pad, dual density hip belt and shoulder straps. Narrow profile with side compression/lashing straps. - 8 ounce pack cloth with polyurethane coating. The coating is entirely intact, in excellent condition. Yellowish green and black. - Divided with a lower zippered sleeping bag compartment. The interior divider zips open creating 1 continuous compartment - Large, removable zippered top pocket. Height of loaded pack adjustable - Extension sleeve with draw cord increases capacity and seals the main compartment. - Ice axe/tools loops. The pack is in hardly used near off the shelf condition. No holes, abrasions or wear of any sort. Asking $95.00 plus shipping cost from 80517. Box dimensions approximately 27"x7"x14". Specific shipping price provided upon your decision to purchase and packing up.
  9. Randy Vogel - Chockstone Press, 2nd Edition, 1992 - Fair, well used condition but not falling apart. Binding is solid and the guide has a lot of use ahead before its demise. Asking $11.00 shipped. PPFF or Venmo. Follow these links to the "titles list". Buy this one and another and choose a free book from the "complimentary list". Here: https://www.mountainproject.com/forum/topic/116571754/fs-new-selections-2005-ri-how-to-climb-mammoth-alaskan-highway-collin-fletcher-c#ForumMessage-116978453
  10. Women's Patagonia Nylon Pants - They have a 2 position snap adjustment at the waist, 30" minimum or 32" maximum. Inseam is 30.5". Belt loops, no waist elastic. Legs roll up and secure with button and loop. Light weight 52% nylon, 48% polyester in tan. Zippered/buttoned hand pockets and a lower one close to the knee. Practically new, no wear or stains. Asking $26.00 shipped. PPFF or Venmo. Men's Royal Robbins Billy Goat Shorts - Shorts are new with the tags. 100% cotton canvas in Khaki. - Actual waist measurement: 30" with elastic relaxed, stretches to 34" - Inseam is 5". - Belt loops and partial elastic waist. - Relaxed fit, classic rise. Asking $26.00 shipped. PPFF or Venmo payment.
  11. I have a Bomb Shelter - used on one Denali trip and on a couple local ones. I managed to put a boot through the rear vestibule but repaired it correctly. That said, I feel like I should lower the price below where it ought to be - $400 seems fair. This is one of the definitive expedition tents at a great price. The other is an I-tent. Perfect condition as in no repairs, etc. $350 seems fair. Buyer pays shipping from Bozeman although I travel a bit so could arrange something. If you want more info or photos I prefer you to use: jdj at montana dot edu thanks
  12. Bob $100 Deuter $100 Crib $40 in Seattle/Tacoma area
  13. Marmot Kompressor Star 28L for sale. Used for about 5 days, in almost new conditions!$65, pickup in downtown Seattle
  14. Mammut Trion Light 38L Backpack for sale. Good condition!$100, pickup in downtown Seattle
  15. Mammut Trion Pro 50+7L Pack for sale. Great condition, light use, brought out for around ~14 days.$100, pickup in downtown Seattle
  16. I have 2x Mountain Hardwear South Col OutDry 70L (size S/M) for sale. They are both used only once. $190 each, pickup in downtown Seattle
  17. Introduced in 1979, The North Star is a 4 season, double wall dome designed with the features and strength needed for expedition and base camp in extreme conditions. It will accommodate 4 adults closely, 6 in an absolute pinch ..... with contortions. In addition to a zippered main entrance, the tent has double snow tunnels backed with bug netting that provide cross ventilation in the warmer months. The North Star is also a very pleasant tent for family camping. - Six equal length 183" shock corded Easton aluminum poles and 2 short aluminum awning supports. 3, 10" aluminum struts help to maintain the "dead air space" (separation) between the rainfly and canopy. - 1.9 ounce ripstop nylon canopy and full coverage rainfly. Polyurethane coated taffeta nylon floor, lower sidewalls, entrance panel and snow tunnels. - 10 additional guy line pullouts on the rainfly for high wind and snow load conditions. - Free standing. - Has 6 inside gear pockets. - Tunnel design cook/disposal hole built into the interior floor. - 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. Total Weight is 13 pounds. 58.25 sq feet of interior floor space. 55" center height. ---------------- Condition: I have completed a thorough inspection throughout and would say the tent is in very good used condition. - The colors on the main canopy are bright with very little sun fading. - The outer rainfly is a TNF replacement and is in near new condition. - The poles are without splits or kinks and are not deformed beyond what is consistent with use and normal shaping to the dome curvature. - Zippers run smoothly. - A common issue in older tents is the deterioration of the polyurethane waterproof coating applied to the lower sidewalls, floor and rainfly. The coated areas are not sticky or to a lesser degree even tacky. The worst that can be said is that on hot days or in direct summer sun the coating softens. It is not peeling and continues to provide full waterproofing. Re-coating is unneeded at this time.There are no issues with the rainfly. ----------------- Restoration: The interior floor and the pole sleeves needed some minor repair to bring the tent completely up to snuff: 1) The floor was cleaned and inspected - Several tiny cooking spark holes, scuffs and abrasions were repaired with either dabs of Mcnett Seam Grip Sealer/Adhesive or the Sealer and nylon taffeta fabric in combination. Usage stains are well set and only minor effort was made at removal. 2) Threading poles through tent sleeves in high winds or darkness isn't ideal and is best done with 2 persons. Some fabric wear, nicks and several about 1/4" - 3/4" in length slits were solidly repaired with Seam Grip, light flat webbing and ripstop repair fabric on the inside and outside of the damage. Arguably strong as new and good to go. *As TNF cautions, a small measure of care is needed when threading poles through the sleeves of any tent with light weight fabric. To avoid damage, flex the poles as they are being threaded through the pole sleeves* 3) On the main entrance netting, a few tiny pulls were reinforced with dabs of Seam Grip. Netting is in mint condition at the tunnel entrances. 4) I sealed the floors main center cross seam a few days ago. --------------- The tent is entirely ready for use. Asking $975.00 plus shipping cost from 80517. Estes Park, CO inspection and pickup may be arranged if in the vicinity. http://oregonphotos.com/snow-camping.html#anchor165216 Photo's 7, 8 and 9 show repair patches applied to tiny spark holes on the tent floor. Photo's 10,11 and 12 show a typical pole sleeve damage and its repair. Will Steger 1985 North Pole Expedition. (From National Geographic, 1986)
  18. [SOLD] I have a Black Diamond Mega Light pyramid tent for sale. Makes a great 4 season shelter - used it for ski touring and spring mountaineering. It has been babied by an ultra-light gear head. This tent is unique in that it has been professionally modified by Jared at Simply Light Designs, an designer and sewer of products made of silnylon, to include Lineloc 3's at each perimeter tie-out (8) and mid-panel tie-out (8) at each seam. The tent has already been seam sealed. I will include 8 three-foot lengths of premium Lawson Glowire cordage. I have had it for two winter seasons and have used it around 20 times. Works great. There is one tiny patch, from a tiny 3mm slice made when cutting off the dang tags before it ever left my living room. The patch is made of tenacious tape and silicone that has been on the entire life of the tent and still holding strong. In all this tent is great - I've used it as a kitchen/lounge and sat 16 people inside comfortably. I've used it at basecamps on Mt. Baker, Mt. Adams, and Mt. Rainier for climbs. I like the design so much I've upgraded to a HMG Ultamid 4 pyramid tent, therefore will let this one go to one lucky buyer. I'd rather not sell the carbon fiber pole, but will if you insist. $225 Shipped, available for pickup in Seattle. Photos on craigslist, but will post on this thread soon: https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/spo/d/seattle-black-diamond-mega-light-tent/6924875039.html And, yeah, I'm that guy trying to sell something on his first post. Haha.
  19. Never worn size 42.5 Karakorum boots. Got these a few months back thinking I was going to use them. Haven't and probably won't anytime soon. Selling them at a loss. Features: Capable of withstanding desert rocks, chunks of ice, and everything in between thanks to the durable and weather-resistant Idro-Perwagner silicone-impregnated leather uppers If you stumble on steep and rugged terrain, recover your balance quickly with multi-directional 3D flex hinge that allows for maximum ankle flex Grip the ground with the high-traction rubber Vibram Couloir outsole while the polyurethane Airchushion midsole and anti-torsion plate support and cushion your foot Keep snow, ice, and debris out of your boot with the Cordura cuff while the breathable Dri-Best lining keeps you dry on the inside with its moisture-wicking capabilities Sole is compatible with hybrid crampons with semi-automatic crampon attachments Upper: silicone impregnated leather Midsole: polyurethane Outsole: rubber
  20. Brand new Outdoor Research Interstellar jacket - still in package with tags on. Men's Medium - Solaria color.Meet the Interstellar Jacket: The lightest, most breathable hard shell with real stretch that keeps you dry without keeping you constricted. AscentShell™ 3L technology powers the waterproof, breathable stretch that allows you to stay dry while wearing the Interstellar in downpour conditions and while you're working hard uphill. For active waterproof stretch on your next alpine climb, ski tour, or cycling excursion, you'll want the Interstellar.Will ship but you pay shipping. Will use reasonable shipping option.normally $300 retail
  21. I'm selling a new Hilleberg Akto (Red) with foot print. Never setup.Both items have have never been setup.Payment via PayPal. Shipping via USPS with signature required.Paid: $635.00 in December 2018. I'm asking: $535.00 with free shipping.
  22. These boots are in excellent condition.
  23. for sale Petzl Nomics (2), $300

    These tools are in new condition. They have been used 6 or 7 days total. I know it’s not ice season, but this is a good deal!
  24. New, never used. Cash only, meet up in greater Seattle area.
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