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with joggers at least it's easy to roll your ankles and the limits on how steep you can take it
will be a function the µ.

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » French crampon technique?
January 22, 7:45am

mammut guye jacket on sale at rei
i haven’t taken mine off since i picked it up on sale almost 2 weeks ago. I’ve been tempted to sleep in it. i'm amazed at the range of temperatures it's been comfortable. It’s so com...

In GEAR » Appropriate jackets for the office?
January 20, 3:11pm

"Don't fall"
yep - first thing i was told.

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » Beginner Ice Axe Questions
December 31, 1:42pm

french and the hybrid american technique are both things your should practice. and pick your parctice area where the
the run-out is safe.

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » French crampon technique?
December 31, 1:12pm

a lot depends on the stiffness of the boot you are wearing
with a stiff mountaineering boot your ability to use french technique is limited somewhat, but you can kick step and front point much more easily thn you can in a softer boot.

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » French crampon technique?
December 31, 9:18am

i will add my $0.02
similar to eric and others - synthetic base layer long sleeve shirt followed by a power stretch 3/4 zipped hoodie and a wild things epic windshirt. depending on expected temp my last layer would be...

In GEAR » Layering advice needed
December 30, 11:13am

carrying a 30 meter dynamic rope for any 1-2 move exposed spots
are you planning on placing protection when you rope-up to move over exposed spots?

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » Beginner Ice Axe Questions
December 29, 10:31pm

Re: cilogear
that's my current pack of choice. 40/45l worksack is plenty big for 3 to 5 days of winter camping. here's my old 40l with a winter load out. no change of clothing except for socks and g...

In Winter Hiking » Design THE perfect light winter backpack
December 29, 8:33pm

Re: Good finds!
palau makes the baruntse liner, which has become a popular replacement liner for a variety of mountaineering boots. they come in every size and can be thermo molded. i have a pair for my old vasqu...

In Winter Hiking » Intuition Liners for Mukluks/over boots
December 29, 9:09am

other (less expensive) options for liners
if you are looking to go this route, may i recommend you look at the the following - http://www.palau-boutique.com/comfort-precision-performance.cfm http://www.sportiva.com/products/footw...

In Winter Hiking » Intuition Liners for Mukluks/over boots
December 29, 7:47am

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