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FS: Closet Purge - Softshell Pants - REDUCED


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Please support my closet purge!

 

PM for pics if interested.

 

Mountain Hardwear Trekking Pant

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These pants are awesome! Constructed of Thornguard™ fabric with four-way stretch and reinforced knees, our fully featured Trekking Pant protects and moves with your body for a comfortable, low-profile fit.

Removable gaiter at ankle.

Articulated knees

Zip off scree cuffs

Hand pockets

Four way stretch

Zip thigh pocket

Patented "zip tie" adjustable belt

Ankle zips with snap

Stretch, gusseted crotch

Micro-chamois lined waist

Low profile waist

Two rear zipper pockets

Zippered thigh vents

Abrasion-resistant film in high wear areas

 

They are simply too big for me. After dealing with the size for about a year, I finally went back and got another pair in size med. Pants have been professionally hemmed for length. They were hemmed at the knee so the vents and scree gaiters still work perfectly, you would never know they were hemmed. I'm just saying this so you know they aren't going to be as long. The pants are fully functional.

The L inseam was too long for me, it's now about right for 32" inseam.

Size:Mens L

Color: Shark

Condition: Used. Repaired (seam grip) crampon punctures at instep.

Price: $45 - NOW $30

 

Sierra Designs Black Ice Soft Shell Jacket

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A nice hoodless breathable softshell jacket.

Napoleon pocket

two zippered hand pockets

zippered inside pocket

Size:Mens L

Color: Light Blue

Condition: Lightly Used

Price: $40 - NOW $30

 

Patagonia Cap 3 crew long sleeved

 

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I'll throw this in for free if you want it with one of the above items.

Size: Mens M

Color: Orange

Condition: Used - scuffs on the arm

Price: $5

 

I also have a Mountain Hardwear Voodoo Belay parka that I'd be interested in trading for something similar. It's an XL and I need a L. (Edited for bold because I think this is getting lost in the noise)

 

 

Shipping is $10.

 

Contact by pm or emial: jcrabtree AT scu DOT edu

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So here are the trekking pants. I tried to highlight the major wear areas so everyone has a pretty good idea of what's up.

 

Front View - Damage from crampons is obvious in this pic. There's copious seam grip behind those tears. trekkingPant01.JPG

 

View of the gaiter. Stitching coming lose highlighted in green... trekkingPant02.JPG

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