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samski360

for sale Arc'Teryx, Dynafit, Mountain Hardwear, IceBreaker

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Buy this stuff. Prices negotiable. If you think the price is way off, make an offer. Discounts for multiple purchases. Willing to meet in PDX or SLC/Alta (12/29 – 1/2). I’m willing to ship, but you pay for shipping. Paypal friends and family. Otherwise you pay fees. I can provide additional photos upon request. 

Apparel:

Arc’Teryx Alpha SV – Men’s M: sold

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 This is it. The be all, end all of alpine hard shells. And I barely used it. Kind of a shame really, but my loss is your gain. Complete with Gore ProShell. This is one of the last pieces to be manufactured by Arc’Teryx in Canada. There are no noticeable signs of wear. Never washed (didn’t need to, I barely used it). 

Arc’Teryx Kappa AR Hoody – Men’s L: $150

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Light enough to be a belay parka for alpine routes, durable enough to wear on cold days in the resort, breathable enough to be your go-to layer when it’s nuking on your hut trip in BC , this jacket does so many things well. A small discoloration on the sleeve where something dripped on it. Otherwise, is excellent condition. 

Arc’Teryx Gamma MX Hoody – Men’s L: $140

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The true-all ‘rounder softshell. I’ve had one of these since 2005. I bought this one as a replacement when my other one wore out. Jokes on me. First gamma mx hoody is still going strong and this jacket is just sitting in the closet. This thing is great for ski touring, alpine climbing, ice climbing, and the ladies love it. You really can’t go wrong with this piece. 

IceBreaker Full Zip 300 Weight Merino – Men’s M: $50

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 Is it a technical piece you can wear to work, or a “lifestyle” piece you use in the mountains? Wear it on your next Tinder date and find out. 

IceBreaker Blast Vest - Men's L: $35

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Windproof in front, breathable in the back. Merino wool everywhere. Special discount if you have a mullet. Photos required at checkout.

Mountain Hardwear PacLite Rain Pants – Men’s L - $30

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Light. Lightly used. GoreTex PacLite. The perfect pant for stashing in your pack on hikes, climbs, or any time you want to keep your ass dry. 

 

Packs:

Mountain Hardwear Direttessima 46 – Medium - sold

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The perfect size for overnight alpine missions and ski mountaineering.  Features like an avy gear pocket, reinforced ski carry straps, and the ability to remove the lid for day trips and summit attempts make this pack the only one you really need for most days in the mountains. I could probably sell all my other packs (they reproduce at an alarming rate) and retain nearly all the functionality by holding on to this one. But it’s a lot easier to just sell one pack. Signs of wear but still in fully functional and very good shape. 

Dynafit Broad Peak 28 - $80

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-If you like to go fast and light, but you have enough self-respect to avoid wearing spandex as an outer layer, this pack is for you. Plenty of space for full day tours. Cool features: put your skis on your pack without taking it off, crampon/skin pocket accessible with the pack on for quick transitions (i.e. ready faster than your buddy so you can snake his line easier). Also has nice mesh pockets on the outside for carrying wet gloves, crushed beer cans, or anything else you don’t want to put inside your pack. Signs of wear along the bottom of pack. Functions as intended. 

 

 

Willing to trade for:

Patagonia Gore Untracked Pants. New, unused Intuition Pro Tour 26/26.5, 

 

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