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  1. Greetings! Cleaning out the garage and its time for some stuff to go! Let me know if you have any questions about the following... La Sportiva Spitfire AT Ski boot, mondo 265 - $300 MSR Snowshoes - $50 (2) 22cm black diamond ice screws - $30 each Black Diamond quick draw probe tour 240 - $40 Arva Evo 3+ Avalanche Beacon - $150 Black Diamond cyborg crampons & bag - $100
  2. $575 plus shipping or local pickup in Salt Lake. These boots look amazing, they are just half a size too small for me. Would also be interested in trading up to 27's if someone had the opposite problem! Brand new, still in box. $800 MSRP $639.96 on Backcountry.com From the manufacturer: Designed for aggressive backcountry skiing, the Men's Hoji Pro Tour Ski Boot balances a light weight with a progressive performance for riders who value downhill riding as much as easy skinning. Its wide last creates an incredibly comfortable fit for skiers who like to layer socks, or women with wider feet, but regardless of your foot shape, the straps, inverse buckles, and various micro-adjustments will ensure a secure fit. Dynafit's remarkable Hoji Lock system that quickly switches the boot from walk mode to ski mode with a quick flip of a switch. Recent updates include a narrower toebox with the TLT inserts set closer to the front in order to maximize the boot's walking efficiency, and it eases your ability to step into tech bindings a lot easier than before. Dynafit's burlier backcountry boot for aggressive skiing Wide last creates an incredibly comfortable fit for wider feet Master Step eases attachment to TLT tech bindings Walk mode goes from ski to walk mode with the flip of a switch Speed Nose narrows the toe box for a more efficient skin Shell Material: Grilamid Last Width:103.5mm Buckles:3 Lean Angle:11° Walk Mode: 55° of rotation Liner:Custom Plus Liner Closure: power strap Binding Compatibility: TLT (tech) Sole:nFormula Pomoca Climb Claimed Weight: 3lb 5oz
  3. I was thinking about skiing Shata sometime next week (anytime between 07/22 and 07/26). I know how this sounds at this time of the year....I'm not looking for good skiing and I know this will mean carrying skis a long way but I was planning to go up Mt. Shasta anyway and I'd rather bring my skis and ski down as far as I can. Looking at some of the information available out there it looks that the Hotlum-Wintum ridge could be in ok conditions well into July in normal snowpack years. Well, if someone is willing to join let me know. Also, any beta or recommendations for a potential solo trip up there will be much appreciated.
  4. These are lightly used, ready to have a new owner. You'll find them from $300 new, so $50 is a steal!
  5. The Dynafit TLT 6 Mountain CR Ski Boots strike a great balance between touring comfort, light weight, and precise control for the descent. These are lightly used, ready to have a new owner. You'll find them from $500-$600 new, so $150 is a steal!
  6. I'm on the road and planning so spend late June and most of July in the PNW. I already have plans to ski Rainier with a friend, but besides that I would be down for any skiing or Alpine climbing. I'm available all week and pretty flexible with traveling. I have AIARE 1 and companion rescue. 10+ years experience sports, big wall and Alpine climbing. Have crevasse rescue training as well. I have all my gear including full rock rack with me. Let me know if you are interested.
  7. Im looking for a partner to ski tour the south side climbing route of Hood, with the goal to summit Mt Hood on 5/25. l'll be leaving from Portland around 11pm-Midnight 5/24 (Thursday, night before and am more than happy to pick you up and carpool) and plan on starting on the trail from Timberline around 1am. I'm relatively new to ski mountaineering, with two seasons under my belt, but Ive done St Helens, Broken Top and Mt Washington before. Mt Hood is my current white whale. I've gone up to Hogsback twice but have turned back due to lame conditions one time and equipment failure another. Looking for a buddy to try and summit this thing for real this time!
  8. ***DEALl!!*** $125!!! Great condition men's Black Diamond Prime AT ski boots with tech binding holes. Soles in excellent shape. Mondo size 24.5. Bought NEW last summer; heat molded once; skiied approx. 8-10 times. Evo says: "The Prime is Black Diamond s premier lightweight alpine touring boot-designed to tackle the world's most challenging ski mountaineering routes or simply to save your legs for one last powder lap. This is Black Diamond s lightest alpine touring boot, featuring a unique 3.5-buckle design that skis with the stiffness and control of a 4-buckle boot. Its state-of-the-art construction keeps weight to an absolute minimum, while the revolutionary Pivoting Cuff Technology delivers the ultimate combination of freedom of motion in walk mode and instant power transfer in ski mode." I'm selling these as hard as I tried, they just don't fit my feet. :-( Message me here or call/text 360-224-7783 More pics upon request. Thanks! Alisse
  9. Size small. These were only worn once and are too small for me. No rips or stains or smells. These pants are in perfect condition. They are perfect for snow shoeing, skiing or any other winter activity. They're also backed by a lifetime warranty. If you rip them for any reason outdoor research will replace them for free. 140.00
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