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Chockstone Forum - For Sale

Buy and Sell Used Climbing Gear Please do not post retail SPAM.

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Author
UPDATED Gear Clear Out
Damo666
1/06/2010
7:51:05 AM
I have a Jam2 as well, which I like and have used quite a bit. I actually think the Pinnacle is a nicer pack, as it has the little volume adjuster clips at the bottom (which later Jams have now too I think) and it has the load adjuster straps on top of the shoulder straps, which the Jam does not, and I like cinching those up on most packs to keep the load close. Given the bigger capacity of the Pinnacle, the hipbelt is also beefier, the Jam is just a belt, which is fine for lighter loads but not so great at its upper end.

Johnno
1/06/2010
2:30:17 PM
Hi,

email is crearfrm@bigpond.net.au. Thought this was on the profile, but there you go.

Cheers
Johnno
Jelmer
27/06/2010
7:49:11 PM
Hi dmnz,

Is your post still up to date? Or is half of this stuff gone already?

NZclimber
29/06/2010
11:34:12 AM
Hey mate,

Is the BD speed pack still going?

Any idea of postage to Melb?

Cheers,
tashinka
30/06/2010
8:08:30 PM
Hey dmnz, is the Aarn Marathon Magic (30L) still going for $30? And can I have a look at it? I live in Sydney if that helps and going to New Zealand next week so doing some last minute shopping.
Johnno
1/08/2010
1:48:53 PM
PMd you
Pok
15/08/2010
11:38:56 PM
I couldn't find your email on your profile, but I PMd you about the Apollo lantern.

E. Wells
16/09/2010
9:28:52 AM
..are these biners up for sale still? i will take the lot.(6) my no. is 0414328566. cheers

Sabu
10/10/2010
3:38:12 PM
On 10/10/2010 dmnz wrote:
>small stains

oh dear!

IdratherbeclimbingM9
10/10/2010
8:54:22 PM
On 10/10/2010 dmnz wrote:
>BD Alpine Bod Harness S $50 (used about 2 weeks no falls)

What size?
Belay loop included version?
gclimb
10/10/2010
10:30:37 PM
Sent you a PM
dmnz
11/10/2010
8:11:24 AM
G3 Baron 177 skis
AT/Tele Skis
Light, mission ski yet still able to handle ice and hardpack, powder.
If you can ski it, this ski can do it. I've railed it on groomers, skied a race track with it and surfed the pow all on lightweight g3 tele bindings
Ski only $250 in Sydney
http://www.feedthehabit.com/skiing/g3-baron-alpine-touring-telemark-skis-for-2005/
Gstone
18/10/2010
11:49:44 PM
Hey man have you still got the tramping boots? I'm keen, but I live in Melbourne so that may be an issue

Grahame
Gstone
18/10/2010
11:53:56 PM
I'm also interested in the sleeping bag and the merino top. Hit me up

Grahame
dmnz
26/10/2010
7:29:49 AM
Headtorches:
BD Icon $70
Wendy
Online Now
11/11/2010
8:53:26 AM
Hi there, I'll take the women's merino top if you've still got it - can you stuff it in an envelope to post to Nati?

Wendy
dmnz
17/11/2010
7:13:47 PM
No way it will fit in an envelope plus they'd do it by weight anyhow.
Reckon it'd be $5 postage.

dmnz
18/11/2010
9:13:35 AM
BD Ice Gloves M $50
Some wear and tear on fingers (see photo)



dmnz
18/11/2010
9:20:09 AM
Overmitt
(No insulation or liner)
Used: THink they were Outdoor Designs Large
Great shell mitt for alpine in particular/nice and light
Waterproof $50


Softshell Pants
Schoeller Dryskin Extreme
Cloudveil Switchback
Used but lots of life still left in em
32/M Men's comes with built in belt
Zip pockets $120

dmnz
18/11/2010
4:26:27 PM
Montane Atomic L Waterproof Jacket
Sub 350gm light. 2 zip pockets, rollaway hood.
Great for fast light trips. One small patch in back from when I stabbed it with my axe trying to put it through my belay loop. Oops! Duct taped and good as. You could seal it if you wanted to.
$120. (RRP was $299?) Make it $100 and it's yours!!



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