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  1. for sale Jackets and OR Alti Gloves

    Three jackets and one pair of gloves for sale. Just cleaning out the closet some.Marmot ROM softshell (blue): Excellent to like new condition, used very little. $60Arc'teryx Venta MX softshell (red): Good+ condition, one small stain that may come out in a wash. No rips or tears. Rare these days, a bit niche on the feature set, and if you need it, you need it. $150Patagonia Houdini (green/yellow): Excellent condition. $40OR Alti Gloves: Very good to excellent condition. No noticeable wear. $80All items are size L, all jackets have hoods. Live in the Denver area, will ship for $5 per item, may batch them if you want more than one. Just talk to me and we'll work it out, I'm not unreasonable. (804) 615 8086
  2. 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
  3. 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.
  4. Hi!Arc Teryx Gamma MX Hoody, Men’s Small, Red, in like new condition for $150. It’s been worn around town a handful of times and is in great condition. I don’t use it much so I might as well get rid of it. This is a great deal with retail price being $350. Thanks!
  5. for sale Bibler I Tent

    I have a yellow Bibler I need to sell. Perfect condition and clean. Can send photos but you already know what they look like. $350 + shipping from Bozeman
  6. Prices include shipping with Paypal or Venmo method of payment. ----------------------- Return To Tibet - Tibet After the Chinese Occupation - Heinrich Harrer - Originally Published in Germany, 1983. First American Soft Cover by Tarcher/Putnam Books, 1998 - Nearly new condition. Asking $10.00. Time Line of Some Notable Heinrich Harrer Titles: Seven Years in Tibet (1952) Lost Lhasa (1953) The White Spider: The Classic Account of the Ascent of the Eiger (1959) Tibet is My Country. (1961) – an autobiography of the Dalai Lama's older brother, Thubten Jigme Norbu, as told to Harrer I Come from the Stone Age (1965) Ladakh: Gods and Mortals Behind the Himalayas. (1980) Return to Tibet (1985) Return to Tibet: Tibet After the Chinese Occupation (1998) Denk ich an Bhutan (2005) Beyond Seven Years in Tibet: My Life Before, During, and After (2007) 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. Buy one, choose a complimentary title from below: A 1958 Title - Amy Vanderbilts Complete Book Of Etiquette - Double Day & Company, N.Y., Copyright 1958 - A vintage title in very good condition. Binding is solid, pages are not dog eared or torn. Seriously! I have it if you want it! - 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. - If We Had A Boat – Green River Explorers. Adventurers and Runners - Roy Webb – University of Utah Press, 1996 – Overall good condition except there is minor water staining and warping on bottom right corner of last 40 pages.
  7. I had to remove a climbing wall from my carport to do some new construction. All frame wood, plywood panels with t-nuts, and holds included. $700. 1st picture shows higher side of car port with wall installed. #2 that wall detail. #3 ceiling panels with holds removed. #4 another shot of main wall. #5 short wall with most holds removed (which is inside lower side of carport in first picture).
  8. Accidents In North American Mountaineering. 2000 through 2012 13 issues total New. So obviously no markings/writing. Very slight shelf wear on the 2012 as it was sitting on top of the pile. $75 Will ship USPS Media Mail at your expense. Prefer local pickup. NE Portland (NE 33rd and I84) Prefer Venmo for online payment.
  9. 179cm, Flex: Medium/Stiff (Standard Edition Option), Topsheet Graphic Art: Speed, Core Ingredients: UL Core- Carbon/Triaxial Fiberglass, Base Graphic Options: Red Background Diecut, FS Praxis 9D8 Drilled one for a 307 bsl and a Dynafit Speed Super Light binding. 4 holes on the toe, 3 on the heel. Never skied. $250 plus actual shipping USPS from Boise.
  10. for sale SOLD

    FOR SALE1 - Backcountry Access TRACKER 2 beacon. Three antennae beacon. Used, good condition, all functions including range work as expected/to my standards. I've always handled this with care, never dropped/slammed around. I'll throw in for FREE the new-this-winter batteries -- 92%! $125 2 - Backcountry Access aluminum probe, 240 cm. Used, some scratches, but working condition. $40 3 - Black Diamond Factor 130 boots. Mondo: 24. BSL: 287 mm. Currently they have tech soles (can be swapped out for alpine soles). Used, good condition. BOA system functional, some cosmetic scratches, buckles all good. I've always taken the footbeds and liners out to dry after using them, then stored them buckled up tight. Liners have not been heat molded. Stiff boot! $75 Please send me a message for more photos!I'm located in Seattle, happy to meet you somewhere. Willing to ship.Thanks!Alisse
  11. La Sportiva Nepal ice climbing boots size 43 These are not the evo's They are lightly used and pretty close to like new condition - 3 years old - I have climbed ~20 pitches of ice in them. I bought them before I realized AT Ski boots were what I needed in the PNW so they haven't see much use. $280 OBO - Looking at comparable boots on ebay this seems like a fair price. I will upload photos when I am back home tonight.
  12. 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. The Grand Tour Of Monte Rosa, A Circuit of The Pennine Alps – Volume 1: Martigny to Valledell Sesia – C.J. Wright – Cicerone Press, 1995 – As new perused condition. Nice, vinyl covered pocket guide. Asking $12.00.
  13. Very little use. Price reflects that. $450 delivered in CON US.
  14. I got this tent two years ago when I was mostly backpacking and have since transitioned to more alpine climbing where it doesn't make much sense as a shelter. I only ended up using it about five nights, so its in great condition. Its a great little tent, using two adjustable trekking poles to set up and weighing just a hair over two pounds. Perfect for fast summer backpacks in the cascades. It is a single wall design and as is typical can get some condensation in damp air, but has decent ventilation and is roomy enough for two people that your sleeping bags won't touch the sides and get wet. They run $265 new, asking for $180 OBO. I go to school in Bellingham and am from Seattle, and could meet up to an hour in any direction from either. Link to info from the Tarptent website: https://www.tarptent.com/product/motrail/
  15. Marmot Greenland down parka, fully baffled. There is a little damage to the hood drawstring tunnel Size M, fits nice and big on me at 5'7 $300 + shipping from Bozeman Dynafit TLT5 boots, These are well used and one boot is missing the lower buckle. Liners are used but never heated. You can get a replacement from SkiMo in SLC for about $20. Still work and ski well though. $50 plus shipping Dynafit TLT6, size 27, BSL 297. Liners are used but never heated. This pair is in great shape and will ski for many more years. $200 + shipping
  16. for sale Climbing gear

    Mammut Neon pack. Still in great shape, I just don’t climb anymore. $25 Kids Camp helmet $5
  17. 5- 24” pickets 2- flukes 2- ice screws $30 for everything located in 97035
  18. Lot of books, will not separate. $15, located in 97035
  19. $10, located in 97035
  20. $10, located in 97035
  21. Lot of books. $10 located in 97035
  22. Lot of California climbing books, will not separate. $20 located in 97035
  23. Lot of books, will not separate. $10 located in 97035
  24. Here is a large lot of climbing book stories. $20 for all, will not separate. Located in 97035
  25. $135 shipped (retail: 249 USD) Condition is New with tags in factory poly bag. Norrona trollveggen flex1 pants. size M, color: denimite, softshell, wind/water protection Details taken from https://www.norrona.com/en-GB/products/trollveggen/trollveggen-flex1-pants-men/ The trollveggen flex1 pants are our most durable yet lightweight soft shell pants and the go-to for mountaineers in need of a lightweight garment with great flexibility.The pants have the same great moving range as its family members falketind flex1 and svalbard flex1, but with a weight-to-durability ratio perfected for mountaineering activities.The pants have long leg zippers to provide great venting while challenging steep mountains.Other features include side pockets, thigh ventilation zippers on the side, Custom-fit system™ waist adjustment and gaiter hooks. The lower legs are adjustable and can be made wider to fit over your shoes. The pants are compatible with a bib.Inside leg length of the pants in size L = 86,5 cm.Length differs 2 cm per size up and down.Technical detailsWeight 480 gr.Style no: 1608-17Custom-fit waist system™High waistband in the backGaiter hook to connect pants to shoesKevlar reinforced inside anklesTwo hand pocketsTwo thigh pocketsZip close system™ around the legFabricsflex™1A single ply stretchy fabric that provides wind resistance and water-repellent while allowing improved moisture vapour transportation rates compared to waterproof products. These specially designed fabrics have all the attributes we expect in a Soft Shell: stretch, water-repellency, wind resistance and excellent moisture vapour transportation.
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