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Michael Lewis
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PostSun Dec 29, 2019 1:43 pm 
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The whole lot went for $200

RESOLD

cheapest deal on the internet
cheapest deal on the internet

Camping gear - $100 for bundle:

$20 Eureka! Getaway 3900 Backpack with raincover
$5 Ridgerest  3/4" full length groundpad
$20 Teton Sports 20 Trailhead Bag R (fits up to 5'9")
$50 Mountain Hardwear Stiletto 1 Person Tent with Vestible
$20 Small Dip down hooded puffy


Snow gear - $140 for bundle

$80 Camp XLC 490 Crampons (bars are worn)
$60 Camp Corsa Ice Ax
$20 Old Size 10 Black Scarpa Inverno Plastic Boots
$10 Lifeline aluminum shovel


Climbing gear - $40 for bundle:

$20 Black Diamond Med/Lrg Half Dome Helmet
$10 Black Diamond Large Momentum Harness
6 assorted carabiners: 2 locking, 4 regular
6mm prussiks
2 short 1/2" runners
$5 Black Diamond ATC-XC belay device
$10 CMI pulley


I've got bills to pay and I just need to make it to my next paycheck. All this stuff is just sitting in my closet, most likely until June. Pretty sure I'll get new gear when I have a stable income and the call of the mountains is louder. In the mean-time I still have snow shoes so hit me up this winter if y'all are heading somewhere on a weekend.
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Chief Joseph
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PostSun Dec 29, 2019 2:59 pm 
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Your MH tent looks very similar to my Big Agnes Seedhouse SL1, which I like pretty well except I cannot sit up in it without my head hitting the top, (I'm 5'9") do you have the same issue with that tent? Specs also list it as about a pound lighter as well. Great deal for someone!

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Jeff
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PostMon Dec 30, 2019 2:57 pm 
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I forgot the exact names as I am no longer on Facebook, but the Mountaineers Gear Swap and Washington Hikers and Climbers gear swap groups might like this. Lots of new climbers gearing up for climbing classes.
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Michael Lewis
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PostMon Dec 30, 2019 5:49 pm 
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I'll try it out thanks Jeff
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Michael Lewis
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PostWed Jan 08, 2020 11:16 am 
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Update -

Whole lot Sold
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