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Ascentshell and other WPB membranes for winter mountaineering

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Gear advice

Hey guys! I'm looking for some advice on some new base and mid-layers, currently I have some standard synthetic base layers one from north face and one from under armour. For my mid-layers I only have the Patagonia r1 regulator fleece. For my outer layer I have the Arc'Teryx Beta AR (revised). Firstly, Do you guys have any specific advice on some top of the range base and mid-layers Secondly, should I stick with the Arc'Teryx Beta AR as my outer or is there something better that'...


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Line Tom Wallischtick Ski Poles - 8905litwallor17zz-line-ski-poles by Line

Item description: This Hiking Ski Poles product is by Line - Wallisch''s new pro model pointy stick, Wallisch Stick = Wallischtick - get it 9/10 people don''t but that''s OK! You can be the one that does! This is Tom Wallisch''s Pro Model Pointy Stick. Lightweight & durable, these are a great alternative to skiing without sticks in your hands! Basket: 60mm Material: 6061 Aluminum Grip: BMX Rubber Screw it all Screwdriver Tip!... Learn More

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