/ ME Hardshell, Down Jacket and 2 ice screws.
Selling a few more items as I no longer use them and need to buy more ski related items!
Mountain equipment Kongur MRT jacket in size Large - £130 Posted.
Awesome hard shell jacket, i've used it for about 10 days in harsh conditions, and a bit more skiing and as an every day coat occasionally if the weather was bad enough. The jacket speaks for itself, 3 layer gtx pro shell, was designed specifically for mountain rescue teams so is extremely tough and durable.
Mountain equipment lightline down jacket size Medium - £80 Posted.
Still a current jacket for ME and remains unchanged, 650 loft down fill, dwr coating. Super toasty jacket. Worn quite thoroughly but has been well maintained and being washed (properly) as i write this. The stuff sack has evaded me, I will try and find it but the price as is accounts for the fact it is missing.
Black Diamond Express Ice screw 16cm - £25 posted.
Purchased as part of a crevasse rescue kit, I think I stuck in some ice once to see how it worked then it just sat on my harness for about a week. Never taken a fall, not been sharpened since i purchased it but there would be no point.
Petzl Charlet Laser sonic Ice screw 13cm - £18 posted.
Had for much longer and used a fair few times in Scotland, never taken a fall. Good condition.
Prices are posted, payment by direct bank transfer or cash on collection.
Normally have layering underneath the shell but not with the down jacket. If you normally wear a large then it would be fine. It doesn't come up particularly small or large. It's just quite roomy being an outer shell.
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