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woodchips

for sale Boots, bivy, softshell pants FS

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Located in Bellingham, WA. Happy to meet for local pickup or to ship at cost.  

Boots: I've realized that my feet have gotten wider recently, and have some boots that no longer fit comfortably.  I'm pretty consistently a men's size 10, and these all used to fit me fine.  

  • Kayland hiking boot, waterprooof eVent membrane.  Moderately stiff soles, nice comfortable boot for long days.  I have seam sealed the joints in the leather from the exterior.  Still in decent shape, and waterproof.  $50
  • Scarpa full grain leather hiking boot.  These have very stiff soles, similar to a light climbing boot.  $60

Other stuff:

  • Integral Designs "Endurance Bag Cover"  Bivy sack/sleeping bag cover made from Pertex Endurance.  Still in great shape, "regular" size (fits me fine at 5'10" with room to spare.) Black.  $60.
  • Mammut Courmayeur softshell pants.  These are pretty much my favorite soft-shell pants ever, I just have two pairs and don't need them.  Zippered pockets all the way around, and a nice fit.  Built in belt and belt loops if you want to add a belt.  They are european size "40k" which translates to 32" waist and a short to regular inseam.  I wear a 32x30 in most pants, and these fit fine.  I imagine they could fit someone who wears a 32x32 as well.  $80

 

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do you still have the mammut pants? if so can you tell me the length of the rise, waist to crotch, and also crotch to bottom of leg? 40 is a womens large I think so size might be tricky...are they baggy in the hips and thighs?  Thx

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On 9/19/2018 at 6:36 AM, skisugar said:

do you still have the mammut pants? if so can you tell me the length of the rise, waist to crotch, and also crotch to bottom of leg? 40 is a womens large I think so size might be tricky...are they baggy in the hips and thighs?  Thx

Sorry, just saw this!  I do still have the pants.  The rise is 12", and crotch to bottom of leg is 32"  They are a tiny bit baggy, but pretty comfortable that way.  

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