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Sep 20, 2014
Rock Climbing Photo: Down low, before the Y and the Railroad couloirs s...
I have a pair of schoeller type climbing pants (black). They are too big for me, and have never been used. They'd fit someone that normally wears pants that are 36" waist.
I can bring them to Flagstaff (Milton, Bookman's for instance).
Tom Nyce
From Flagstaff, AZ
Joined Nov 16, 2010
46 points
Sep 21, 2014
Rock Climbing Photo: Down low, before the Y and the Railroad couloirs s...
@ Gunks Jesse: I'll wait a few days to see if any of the Flagstaff, AZ people want the pants. If no locals want them, I'll send them to you. Tom Nyce
From Flagstaff, AZ
Joined Nov 16, 2010
46 points
Sep 26, 2014
Rock Climbing Photo: Why I do it...

I have a pair of MARMUT Medium snow pants up for grabs.
They have a nylon outer shell and a Gore-Tex label.
NO TAG SUGGESTING THE MODEL.
They come with shoulder straps and are more of a bib than pants.
They seem late 1990 era.
They have kevlar type fabric around the calf so crampons don't snag them. These have the old Ykk zippers (not water proof) with a hook and loop flap that folds over the zipper to improve water repellancy. If you get them wet they will stay wet all day. BUT they are snow pants, and if you spray on some coats of water repellant, they should work just fine. NOT BAD CONSIDERING THEIR FREE.

Does anyone have these books they are not using?
I'd pay for shipping and then some.
Kevin
kevinhansen
From Albion Idaho
Joined Apr 21, 2008
67 points
Sep 27, 2014
Pm on the pants zzhails
Joined Jun 4, 2013
0 points
Sep 29, 2014
Rock Climbing Photo: Arrowhead to McHenrys
Edit: All gone. VRP
From Denver, CO
Joined Jul 16, 2013
27 points
Sep 29, 2014
Rock Climbing Photo: Harrison Peak in northern ID.
Hey looking for some old worn Cyborg front points. Just hoping to get an old pair for dry tooling and training purposes. If you have an old set lying around, PM me. I would be happy to take them off your hands. Marlin Thorman
From Spokane, WA
Joined Oct 24, 2011
412 points
Oct 22, 2014
Rock Climbing Photo: Finger Food!
Looking for some old retired pitons and hexes for some art projects. Anyone anyone? Scott Partan
From Avon, Colorado
Joined May 1, 2014
36 points
Oct 24, 2014
Rock Climbing Photo: Eldo after a November snowstorm.
Chad Volk wrote:
FREE BOOKS I have more books than those pictured too including some climbing fiction, climbing non-fiction, fiction, non-fiction, etc. I also have some old ropes I was going to recycle if anyone wants them - 2 formerly 9.8x70m ones that have had the ends chopped and one 10.2x60m. The books are outside my garage door and free for the taking. 4222 Monroe Drive Unit B, Boulder. I'll keep the ropes inside so let me know if you want and we'll figure out a time for you to come get them.



I snagged 5 of the guidebooks: red rocks, dream canyon, horst's book, indian creek and classic desert climbs.

Thanks, Chad!
a Ball
From Boulder, CO
Joined Jul 15, 2013
21 points
Oct 24, 2014
Hey Chad,
I'd like to call dibs on the Fat Crack book and the three ropes if that's ok.
I'm sending a PM.
Eric Mountford
From Lakewood, CO
Joined Oct 11, 2011
43 points
Oct 26, 2014
Rock Climbing Photo: Stoked after topping out the roof crux on Sky Dive...
Hey Chad,

You mind if I call dibs on the San Francisco Bay Area climbs and the 2 Yosemite books (Big walls and Free climbs)? I'll PM you with details.
Zack Wentz
From Bishop, CA
Joined Jan 27, 2012
142 points
Oct 28, 2014
Rock Climbing Photo: Betty Blue right arete final rest
Heading to Cuba, seeking gear to donate to the locals. Titanium bolts/hangers, ropes, harnesses, shoes/soles, QD's in decent condition. If you have anything, let me know... Thanks Frazier
From Laramie, Wy
Joined Dec 19, 2012
52 points
Nov 1, 2014
Chad, now that I'm back in the South and close to WV; that Seneca guide would be put to use. PM sent; I would send funds to have it mailed.

I will also offer up a new Trango pyramid belay device to someone in need to keep the "FREE" theme of this thread going.
Q-man
From Colorado
Joined Jul 22, 2013
35 points
Nov 4, 2014
Just getting started building my trad rack and definitely would love any gear that people don't need anymore. Whether that is some guidebooks, especially for the Gunks, Seneca, New River Gorge, and Red River Gorge, or some trad gear, tricams are personally my favorite pieces. Thanks! Jessica Linton
Joined Nov 4, 2014
0 points
Nov 4, 2014
Hello all, I have some old school shoes that are too small for me and I am hoping they can find some use with someone else.

Size 12 1/2 Boreal Zen's (they need a resole)
Size 12 Boreal Ninjas (in good shape with a pretty good amount of life left in them)
Size 12 FiveTen Granites (in very good shape with a long and happy life ahead of them)

I would love to get them all to 1 person, and all I ask is that the recipient pay for actual shipping which will be cheapest via the USPS, or better yet I can deliver them to someone in the Albuquerque area.


Rock Climbing Photo: Shoes
Shoes


Update: Gone
arjun
Joined Oct 23, 2014
6 points
Nov 5, 2014
Rock Climbing Photo: Halfway out of the wormhole
PM sent on Trango Pyramid Ams
Joined Apr 1, 2013
41 points
Nov 8, 2014
Rock Climbing Photo: Butchered picks
Butchered picks


Rock Climbing Photo: Close up
Close up


A friend of mine butchered these T rated black diamond picks. They will fit in a usps flat rate small I think $5.95 shipped and they are yours. If your handy with a file they are probably salvageable.
Jon Rhoderick
Joined Jul 21, 2009
784 points
Nov 8, 2014
Rock Climbing Photo: Harrison Peak in northern ID.
PM sent about the picks. Marlin Thorman
From Spokane, WA
Joined Oct 24, 2011
412 points
Nov 14, 2014
Yes I'm sure there are some puffies that people are willing to part with.....

That's what the "For Sale" thread is for
RoughneckNine0
From Salt Lake City, UT
Joined Nov 24, 2013
91 points
Nov 16, 2014
Rock Climbing Photo: after OS soloing the first flat iron, direct route
got some freebies, just pay shipping. mountainproject.com/v/backpack... Dylan Dwyer
From Sailboat, South of the Equator
Joined May 20, 2011
113 points
Nov 16, 2014
Rock Climbing Photo: Why I do it...
Chris Duca wrote:
Thanks for the smart ass advice, Roughneck.

This brings up an interesting idea. In addition to the free gear thread here on MP, as a moderator you should open up a new "beg for gear" thread.
Under this new thread title you should describe it as "too cheap to pay for stuff? Want something for nothing? Post away."
I've enjoyed giving stuff away to other climbers on this thread, shoot, I've gotten some stuff off it too. It bothers me when folks beg more than give.
If you feel the same way, reply with your favorite movie line
"He lived two years in a cave up on the Musselshell with a female panther, she never did get used to him."
kevinhansen
From Albion Idaho
Joined Apr 21, 2008
67 points
Nov 16, 2014
"Well that's just like your opinion, man" arjun
Joined Oct 23, 2014
6 points
Nov 17, 2014
Rock Climbing Photo: Leashless bliss. 3 points of contact
"don't ever call me buddy, pal, or sweetheart." -Hemlock, Eiger Sanction Tom-onator
From trollfreesociety
Joined Feb 15, 2010
810 points
Nov 17, 2014
Rock Climbing Photo: 1st trad lead - Northern Pillar at the Gunks
"A man's got to know his limitations" Mark O'Neal
From Nicholson, GA
Joined Oct 5, 2009
1,134 points
Nov 17, 2014
Rock Climbing Photo: My first belay certification.
"Are these Nazis, Walter?"
"No, Donny. These men are nihilists. There's nothing to be afraid of."
Dylan B.
Joined Mar 31, 2006
922 points
Nov 17, 2014
Rock Climbing Photo: Me
"I am the Walrus."
"Shut the fuck up, Donny! V.I. Lenin. Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov!"
mc kaiser
From Boulder, CO
Joined May 28, 2010
128 points


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