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Re: Re: Re: No arrest on ice
"Isn't that what we call Styrofoam Snow? Kind of crunchy." how about névé or firn for proper terminology.

In GEAR » Learning how to use an ice axe this winter near Asheville
August 12, 5:36pm

Re: No arrest on ice
ok - for clarification, how about icy, frozen snow :-) technique and ice axe selection are going to come into play as to whether or not you are gonna stop (before you find the end of the run-out)...

In GEAR » Learning how to use an ice axe this winter near Asheville
August 12, 5:02pm

Re: Re: when practicing please use a rubber protector or lots of tape on the adze
when practicing in soft snow covering the pick isn't a bad idea, but isn't going to be of much help when dealing with most ice. not 100% applicable to the current thread, but always a ...

In GEAR » Learning how to use an ice axe this winter near Asheville
August 12, 1:40pm

i'd drop the softshell and add a helmet compatible fleece hoodie.
adds a lot of versitility when paired with a windshirt. bontrager makes a really nice hoodie or you can alway go with a pata r1 or nw alpine black spider hoodie. my go-to cool/cold weather combina...

In GEAR » How Useful is Softshell? Do You Use It?
August 12, 1:29pm

when practicing please use a rubber protector or lots of tape on the adze
some folks leave the rubber protector on all the time when not in use. think of it as one less metal thing to hit you in the face while practicing. and if you are going teh camp corsa route, at le...

In GEAR » Learning how to use an ice axe this winter near Asheville
August 12, 1:12pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: background in climbing/mountaineering v. backpacking
"Not at all. But maybe if you read that one you get an idea of what direction this one is heading..."

In GEAR » Sharing space?
August 05, 2:30pm

Re: Re: background in climbing/mountaineering v. backpacking
oh my gosh - a thread is drifting - where are the mod's when you need them....

In GEAR » Sharing space?
August 05, 12:52pm

background in climbing/mountaineering v. backpacking
interesting to see the split between those with a background in climbing/mountaineering and backpackers. for many who have posted it appears to break-down as a team (climbing/mountaineering) versu...

In GEAR » Sharing space?
August 05, 12:38pm

I'd be surprised if the baruntse's in 50 fit you.
I wear a 13 - 48/49 in climbing boots (singles and doubles) and the baruntse in 49 were too small (volume) and baking the liner wasn't going to help. Of course, everybody's foot is differe...

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » Double Plastic Mountaineering Boots for those with BIG FEET! PLEASE I'M DESPERATE!
August 04, 9:37am

big fan of my trail gloves
they breath well, dry quickly if you get them wet and are very comfortable without socks. i can wear them all day walking on a hard surface with no foot fatigue. i was told that the vibraham sole ...

In GEAR » "Normal" looking minimalist trail runner
July 29, 12:11pm

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