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Zenolith

lost arrows for sale or trade

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i have 6 of them. they've never been used and i never will since they're too heavy to carry into the mtns and i'm too wussy to aid climb. i bought them in a package deal with other stuff. all #6, painted black, say "italy" and "lost arrow" on them.

i'd sell them all for $30 shipped or trade them for a couple Ti pins or a screw (no, not that kind) or some tele bindings.

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Originally posted by Zenolith:
i have 6 of them. they've never been used and i never will since they're too heavy to carry into the mtns and i'm too wussy to aid climb. i bought them in a package deal with other stuff. all #6, painted black, say "italy" and "lost arrow" on them.

i'd sell them all for $30 shipped or trade them for a couple Ti pins or a screw (no, not that kind) or some tele bindings.

I dunno, they are only a little bit heavier than a Kb or Bugaboo, and they fit the next wider size of cracks than Kbs do. What pins do you usually take into the mts? I take 2-3 Kb long and short, 2 La (one long one short), and 2 small angles.

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at 99g they are too heavy to carry for contingencies which is what i usually carry pins for (on the rare occasion that i do). two 1/8" kbs is still less than half that weight and are more versatile IMO. mostly tho, i don't need them as much as some other things.

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