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  1. Almost new men’s Garmont Tower Trek GTX (Gore-Tex) Hiking Boots Size 11.5 US / 46 EU. Note: I am told Garmonts run a half to a full size up from other brands. I wear a 44.5/11 in Lowa Renegades. $150 Paypal shipped add 3% if not paying via friends and family. I purchased these new from Backcountry Gear Eugene Fall of 2019 and used under 20 miles on a few hikes. Excellent boots, but the toe box does not fit my custom orthotics with my awkward pinky (broken) toes. I hate to sell as they were quite an expense, but they did not work for my weird toes. These boots are RESOLEABLE! Reviews: https://www.garmontnorthamerica.com/ https://www.rei.com/product/892885/garmont-tower-trek-gtx-hiking-boots-mens https://www.outsideonline.com/2074281/best-trail-shoes-2016 REI Description: * Light, formfitting leather uppers provide an extraordinary athletic feel * Waterproof Gore-Tex® Performance Comfort membrane with enhanced breathability via specialized Gore-Tex lining material * Microporous rubber midsoles for lightweight, responsive cushioning * FrameFlex Lite plates for rock-solid stability * Anatomically Directed Design provides remarkable performance from the inside out * First metatarsal accommodation allows more space for the normal, relaxed position of your big toes, supplying comfort, stability and performance * Asymmetric closure system features lacing that crosses the feet at angles similar to the toe joints, allowing the boots to flex like your feet * Lateral tongue posts feature boot tongues which are progressively thicker to the outside, providing comfort and stability * Differential malleolar pads create asymmetric padding around the ankle bones to match your ankles' natural shape, providing comfort and security * Asymmetric cuff height features lower lateral sides of the collars to offer comfort during heel strike, and taller medial sides for added support and protection Technical specs Best Use: Backpacking Footwear Height: Over-the-ankle Footwear Closure: Lace-up Waterproof: Yes Upper: Suede rough-out Lining: Gore-Tex waterproof breathable membrane Midsole: Rubber Support: Nylon frame Outsole: Vibram rubber Weight (Pair): 3 lbs. 2.1 oz. Gender: Men's Size: 11.5 US / 46 EU
  2. Skis: K2 Shuksanne, 167cm length, waxed, never used. Not once. Pristine showroom condition. Bindings: Fritschi Freeride Pro size small. Mounted to skis for the following boots, also never used. Boots: Garmont SheRide 4-buckle, DynaFit compatible, used a couple of times. Thermo-moldable liners. Mondo size 25.5 / US size 7.5 / Euro size 38 Black Diamond waterproof/breathable gauntlet gloves with removable fleece liners. Used on one (successful!) Rainier summit. Smith ski helmet (women's), size small, gunmetal gray, used on one trip (sorry, no photos of this) Prices: Whole shebang = $550. I'm willing to separate items. If sold individually I am asking: Skis + bindings = $400 Boots only = $120 Gloves = $30 Helmet = $30 This is an ideal ski setup for a woman looking to get into backcountry skiing. The skis are not the cutting edge of design or technology as they have been sitting in a closet for a few years, but they are ideally suited to snow conditions in the Cascades. Selling because of health reasons - my wife thought she was going to get back into skiing but the reality is her touring days are over. New this entire package was $1,750. Can meet downtown Seattle near the central public library weekdays during business hours, or weekends/evenings near the Mount Baker light rail station. Please include your name and phone number when you email me. Cash only in person. I don't circulate much round these parts anymore. Best bet is to email me directly: njbratton AT hotmail DOT com
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