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FS: BD Viper Ice Tools, BD Xenos Harness (L), Petzl Nomic Ice Tools

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LanceSullins · · Ridgway, CO · Joined Oct 2009 · Points: 380

I'm divesting of some older gear I have, mostly because I want to switch over to Petzl. I'm constantly updating this thread to reflect (as timely as I can) what is still available. PM me for best response time, thanks!

Looking to sell my set of BD Vipers. They are in good shape and the picks still have good life left in them. The set shipped: $250

Also, BD Xenos harness size LARGE. I climbed ice with it for one season (~35 days) and lived on a shelf for the last 2 seasons - manufactured in 2014. Shipped for $50.

Petzl Nomics - one has a broken pommel. FWIW, I have still been climbing on them, the only thing wrong is the piece of orange plastic broke off. While wearing gloves I can hardly tell anything was missing and regularly hold the tool in second position. I've seen a number of tools with the orange plastic piece broken - best ice tool on the planet except for that one piece of plastic... The picks are 75% worn. I replaced them with a new pair after trying to get Petzl to warranty the broken tool (they wouldn't). I'm including the pick weights. The set shipped: $290

Logan Peterson · · Santa Fe, NM · Joined Jan 2015 · Points: 35

PM sent.

Justin Ling · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Nov 2016 · Points: 0

PM sent on mammut carabiners if still available. 

LanceSullins · · Ridgway, CO · Joined Oct 2009 · Points: 380

Gone are the carabiners, added are more ice tools and the pack.

LanceSullins · · Ridgway, CO · Joined Oct 2009 · Points: 380

bump for the winter season - tools and harness still available.

Nate Roedl · · Milwaukee, Wisconsin · Joined Apr 2014 · Points: 0


Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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