/ Winter/camping/climbing assortment
Prices include postage. Payment via bank transfer or Paypal 'gift' please. Photos available on request. Collection from Southampton available if interested.
Rab Ascent sleeping bag - £85
This is the (2010?) model i.e. NOT the one Rab website. Used during one expedition and a couple of weekends away. Has been washed since and comes with the compression & stuff sack.
Thermarest prolite plus- regular- £58
Never had a puncture. Stuff sack included
Osprey Argon 70- Delta blue- £135
Hip belt/back length both in large. Shows obvious small signs of wear but nothing noticeable. No damage to straps/zips etc.
Julbo Revolution zebra goggles- £32
Rated as cat. 2-4. Anti-fog lense. There are scratches across the lense which are noticeable if looking across light but it doesn't impair your vision.
Rab Mummy silk liner- £22
Not much to say really.
Grivel G12 New-matic crampons- £75
Anti-ball plates incldued. Used on a few occasions in Scotland and have years of life in them still. Great condition.
Evolv bandits- 9.5 (UK)- £45
Only been worn to test out and are pretty much brand new.
DMM Renegade Harness- Small- £33
Never had a fall and has had very little use. Comes with original bag.
Waterproof bergen liner- £8
I'm pretty sure it's a 90l capacity. Used together with the Argon. Has no damage to it.
Two carabiners and a DMM bug- £7
One is a BD carabiner and is pretty much new; the other is a DMM and slightly more aged. All pieces are perfectly functional.
WC Rock Key- with leash- £8
That's it. Any questions please let me know. Send me a pm for quickest response.
Its the Ascent 700
The Ascent, rock key and crabs/bug are now sold.
The harness and crampons are now sold.
...Forgot to mention, the silk liner has also gone
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