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Giles

Quark Ergos (older version)

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Selling my old pair of ergos. these are the original ones (not the crazy new ones) with the orange handels. $250.

 

they have seen about a season's worth of dry tool and ice use over the past few years but i have another pair to tools so these spend most of the time laying around. Plenty of life left in the picks, (I'll even sharpen them for you). there is some skate tape on the shaft for better grip when using upper hand positions and for keeping the tool in place when you lay it across your shoulder. These are really great tools. perfect for someone looking for a cheaper but "modern" leashless tool. perfect for dry tooling.

 

I'm in seattle and would prefer local deals but i'll consider shipping. BEST WAY TO GET AHOLD OF ME IS TO CALL 206 eightfournine 6445.

 

Thanks,

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Bump for added Photos. Also you may notice that there is no hammer or adze on one of the tools. there used to be an adze, but i removed it so i didn't stab myself drytooling. I'll look for it!

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Great deal for some awesome tools, I'd consider buying them if I hadn't just picked up a set of orange Fusions. :)

 

Hope you find a buyer (ice season is approaching guys, get these!).

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thanks! These are indeed great tools. I love them and have climbed plenty of ice on them. I'm not exactly a historian of ice tools by any means but these are certainly one of the models that brought about the leashless "revolution" and still hold their game well. the geometries of newer leashless tools are very similar. Petzl hit the sweet spot for these.

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With all this rain you must be realizing that the winter is fact upon us! TOOLS ARE STILL AVAILABLE!!

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In fact in a month or so you can start your training with these on the Stonegardens outdoor wall drytool routes!

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About time, I was starting to consider buying these as a backup set given how good the price was. Whoever bought them got a screaming good deal if they are planning to do any mixed climbing this winter.

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