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Sep 24, 2011
I am moving my gear from a clustf*ck in the garage to a bedroom that is about to be unused.

I want to see pictures of your gear room or whatever you have to store your gear at home. I don't care if its in the garage or in a room or just a bunch of tubs. Im looking for ways of organizing my gear and also like looking at gear porn. I don't want to see just your climbing gear but also your camping crap, mountaineering stuff, kyaking stuff etc. So post them up!

I'll post up pictures of my crap when I get it all moved and (hopefully) organized.
Jace Mullen
From Oceanside, Ca
Joined Jan 11, 2011
6 points
Sep 24, 2011
Mathematical!
Does thrown in a corner in my bedroom count as organized? Finn the Human
From The Land of Ooo
Joined Jul 11, 2008
123 points
Sep 24, 2011
Pegboard for ropes, pro, biners, slings, axes/tools, crampons, headlamps, packs.
Boxes/totes on shelves for stoves, filters, tents, sleeping bags, etc
Rows of brass hangers for jackets/pants
Drawers for socks, baselayers, hats, gloves, gaiters.
Auto-X Fil
From NEPA and Upper Jay, NY
Joined Aug 1, 2010
46 points
Sep 25, 2011
I stripped out the folding doors and the old crappy metal shelving from this closet and put in some really basic shelves and a pegboard. You can never have too much pegboard.


DannyUncanny
From Vancouver
Joined Aug 27, 2010
78 points
Sep 25, 2011
Looks great!!! Kung Phu Panda
From South Lake Tahoe, California
Joined Jul 16, 2011
1 points
Sep 25, 2011
Start of Pitch 3
There's no way i'm getting out of the closet to take pictures of it. alleyehave
From San Diego, CA
Joined Jun 12, 2010
175 points
Sep 26, 2011
Start of Pitch 3
Also, Danny, have you actually used your gear before?? alleyehave
From San Diego, CA
Joined Jun 12, 2010
175 points
Sep 26, 2011
alleyehave wrote:
Also, Danny, have you actually used your gear before??


Actually I have no idea what most of it is for, I just thought it looked nice on the wall.
DannyUncanny
From Vancouver
Joined Aug 27, 2010
78 points
Sep 26, 2011
Young Good Free Face, 11b
DannyUncanny wrote:
Actually I have no idea what most of it is for, I just thought it looked nice on the wall.


Awesome! My neighbor came into my house the other day (I just moved) and noticed a climbing mag. "Oh, you're climbers; you must be cool."

But with that in mind (new house): let's see some cool gear closets. Anyone have hockey gear in the mix too? Biking gear is obvious, but what other play essentials have you designed organization around?
J. Broussard
From CordryCorner
Joined Feb 21, 2011
112 points
Sep 26, 2011
Is that a 40 on your shelf? haha Zac Snelling
From Breckenridge, CO
Joined May 4, 2010
46 points
Sep 29, 2011
Bump for more Gear Porn! Jace Mullen
From Oceanside, Ca
Joined Jan 11, 2011
6 points
Oct 2, 2011
One reason I like to keep everything visible is that before a trip I can do a visual scan of the pegbard and see if there's anything I'm forgetting.


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Auto-X Fil
From NEPA and Upper Jay, NY
Joined Aug 1, 2010
46 points
Oct 15, 2011
Long Weekend Bump Jace Mullen
From Oceanside, Ca
Joined Jan 11, 2011
6 points
Oct 15, 2011
Start of Pitch 3
Short month bump? alleyehave
From San Diego, CA
Joined Jun 12, 2010
175 points
Oct 16, 2011
perfect seam
thought this thread would get a lot more replies, people are bound to have some awesome gear closets out there. fat cow
From St. Paul, MN
Joined Nov 17, 2009
88 points
Oct 16, 2011
They are just being stingy. Jace Mullen
From Oceanside, Ca
Joined Jan 11, 2011
6 points
Oct 16, 2011
Start of Pitch 3
Long hour bump. alleyehave
From San Diego, CA
Joined Jun 12, 2010
175 points
Oct 16, 2011
Start of Pitch 3
Medium-length second bump. alleyehave
From San Diego, CA
Joined Jun 12, 2010
175 points
Administrator
Oct 16, 2011
Bouldering in Joshua Tree
Colin Parker
From Idyllwild, CA
Joined Mar 16, 2008
1,824 points
Oct 16, 2011
Rock Wars, RRG, 2008
Bins. Plastic bins loaded with stuff from sleeping bags to cams. Kept mostly under stairs and in garage as my walls are covered in climbing art and other pics. Woodchuck ATC
Joined Nov 29, 2007
3,091 points
Oct 16, 2011
I prefer my gear "closet" to be a little more mobile. It doesn't do me any good hanging on a hook at home...
Gear "closet"
Gear "closet"
Rich Farnham
Joined Aug 21, 2002
279 points
Oct 16, 2011
Coffee after freezing our asses off near James Pea...
I need to sneak a picture of my friend's front living room and the area near her stairs. She has various packs, shoes, boots, mountaineering gear, camping gear, and running gear all over the floor in piles. Reminds me of my extra bedroom back in Austin when I was still caving. Stich
From Colorado Springs, Colorado
Joined Jan 1, 2001
1,532 points
Administrator
Oct 16, 2011
El Chorro
Weird... Ryan Williams
From London (sort of)
Joined May 10, 2009
1,468 points
Oct 16, 2011
Flaming Pumpkin
My storage space is the the space behind my climbing wall now. And i shove anything and everything sports related back there. It usually takes me a couple hours before a trip to sort through what's climbing related and what's not. Home organization isn't a strong suit of mine. Evan Sanders
From Westminster, CO
Joined Dec 10, 2010
145 points
Oct 16, 2011
Ryan Williams wrote:
Weird...

Yeah, huh? Strikes me as a good way to figure out how OCD everyone is. I keep my basic kit in a backpack in my room. The rest of the toys are in the closet with the other toys in Rubbermaids, awaiting the day I can actually find OW partners, etc. Even if I'm climbing every day, I still bring the ruck inside at night. That said I'd rather use my wall space for real porn...
smassey
From CO
Joined Dec 2, 2008
345 points
Oct 16, 2011
perfect seam
rich i really hope your truck never gets broken into, people know a climbers vehicle and that they will be gone for a long time often hiking miles and cragging for hours. sure its probably bolted down and locked in those containers though i cant imagine it would take to long to get creative and break in and when its gone its not gonna do you any good hanging on someone elses wall. of course you have considered all this but just saying, cuz some people are bastards

mountainproject.com/v/updated-...
fat cow
From St. Paul, MN
Joined Nov 17, 2009
88 points


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