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  1. Hey there, Selling a few pairs of boots that are taking up space. I wear a 45.5 or 11.5 street shoe for reference. I will pay shipping, or you can pickup local in the Portland area. Happy to send more photos or field questions about the boots! First up, La Sportiva Batura Evos, in 45.5. $180 OBO. Boots are in good condition, normal scuffs and two crampon holes in the left ones gaiter (just through the neoprene like material). I really like these boots but they don't fit my wide feet and most days end in foot pain. They do climb ice well and have been warm up to 17-18k (not in AK). Next up, La Sportiva Spantiks, in 46. $275 OBO. I bought these for a trip to Peru, they were great if not a little overkill. They fit my wide feet better, but I won't be going on an expedition for a while. The rands could use a spot or two of shoe goo, but otherwise they are in great shape. Last up, Scarpa Maestrales, 29.5. $125 OBO. These are the version with blue buckles from 2015 or so? I have molded these twice and skied them maybe 20 days total, mostly easy touring but some easy resort days too (no rowdy hucking etc). I have always been pleased by how well these ski, but they are the wrong size for me. Good shape as well, just some sole wear near the toes and surface rust on a buckle.
  2. 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.
  3. Headed down to Ecuador to do >5,000m climbs for the first time. I run cold even in the low lands, so thinking I should have double boots (that's what guide company recommends). Problem is that i have small feet (women's 7, wears Scarpa 38.5) and literally NOBODY carries size that small for any serious mountaineering boots, let alone doubles. Even online. Has anyone had good experience with local (i.e. Puget Sound area) shops who are willing to place special orders? Shops manned by "Bruhs" usually just shrug and say "don't have your size" and that's that. Any recommendation? Am thinking of LS G2SM or Scarpa Phantom 6000. Looking for warm yet light....
  4. I’m selling a brand new pair of Scarpa Mont Blanc Pros that I bought online and cannot return. I knew right away they wouldn’t fit. They’re size 43 and I’m selling them for $375.
  5. ::: SOLD ::: Got the Phantom 8000's off of eBay for an upcoming trip but they are a tad small. Size 44 $250 shipped (I'm located in Nashville). ::: SOLD ::: Nepal Evo's with plenty of life left. Also size 44. $175 shipped Any questions, let me know. Thanks
  6. Hi there, I'm looking to purchase a pair of La Sportiva G2 SMs or Scarpa Phantom 6000 in size 46 or 47. Please let me know if you have a pair for sale. Cheers Jesse
  7. I am looking to purchase a pair of used boots, size 11/44.5 for general mountaineering use (i.e., crampon compatible, uncomfortable and heavy). Hoping to pay up to $125. Thanks.
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