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Looking for details on Black Diamond Sharp End Shell (mens)

Hey everyone, looking for a little insight on the BD Sharp End Shell. Specifically, can anyone tell me what the interior pocket layout is I've gotten a couple different answers depending on who I ask. A picture would be great if possible. Also, looking for any available feedback on the breathability. I'd be wearing it mainly for mid to late summer alpine objectives in the Cascades, so lots of precip but pretty warm temps. Thanks! submitted by /u/jmsmith504 [link] [c...


Durable wool?

I still wear cotton, or cotton blends, primarily. I know it sounds weird, but it seems like every full-synthetic shirt I've tried has actually made me hotter (for pants I wear cotton/nylon blends and they're fine; I don't like how flimsy full nylon pants are). It feels like, for me, it's trapping the heat in. So I'd like to try wool, but I'm worried about the durability, because I want to just be able to just throw my stuff in the washer and not have to deal with special ...


Help me out!! Mid-layer with zipper all the way up.

Yo, so here is the case. I am a skiier, most of the time I do backcountry, but occasionally i ski in resorts as well. When skiing, I tend to use one base layer (wool) and then some shell pants on my lower body. The issue is, sometimes it gets kinda cold, which I tend to solve my adding a nother base layer. However, it would be very convenient to have a mid layer with good insulating capabilities and a zipper that goes all the way up so that I can take it on and off as I like based on weather ant...


Recommendation: ski goggles for night skiing

Hello! Iím new to this reddit, just stopped by to ask for a recommendation! We live in northeast US and ski primarily at night. What goggle and lens would you suggest submitted by /u/Teachbum126 [link] [comments]...


Mold in tent !!

I just opened my tent 2 days ago and found some mushroom (black, white and green fungus) I'm living about 4-5 month a year inside my tent, working every day with no acces to a proper shower, two people and a mustelidae. This probably have to happen, But asking someone else to make the cleaning after the trip is never the safest idea. I love my backpacking tent, what would be the safest way to clean my tent submitted by /u/CayennPepper [link] [comments]...


Double Ski Bag Recommendations?

Hey everyone! So I'm in need of a new ski bag, preferably a double capacity. I really like the North Face Snow Roller, but at $250 its not cheap. What does everyone else use submitted by /u/m4ttr33d [link] [comments]...


SKU-8986lisd12515zz-line-skis Line Sick Day 125 Skis from Altrec  sku

Line Sick Day 125 Skis - 8986lisd12515zz-line-skis by Line

Item description: This Hiking Skis product is by Line - Line''s most playful, floatiest, easiest to handle ski yet! The Sick Day 125 surfs powder while still maintaining plenty of control on firm snow. There’s no friends on a powder day except for these two skis on your feet. Its innovative light weight construction makes it one of the lightest alpine skis on the market while proudly maintaining 100% of it’s downhill performance and, most important: Durability. Bomb proof in the bomb holes! Whether you’re hiking the backcountry or skiing in-bounds, lighter skis saves your energy for more fun taking more runs. The wider tip & narrower tail in addition to the Early Rise keeps you effortlessly floating in the powder, with one-of-a-kind intuitive steering like your surfing a long board into the sunset. The deep sidecut and reliable flex pattern provides impressive grip on firm snow previously not possible. Jump on these boards and you’ll be carving, floating, slashing, smearing, spraying your way to the best sick day of your life. Capwall Early Rise Thin Tip Early Taper Maplelite Macroblock Fivecut Directional Flex Longer Active Edge Sintered Base Waist Width mm: 125 Length cm: 186, 192 Shape mm: 150-125-137 Sidecut m: 19 (186cm Stance mm: -80 Weight: 2,367 g/ski (186cm Profile mm: 25-3-10 (Tip Early Rise-Camber-Tail Early Rise... Learn More

Manufacturer: Line

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