Results 1 to 2 of 2
06-28-2012, 08:58 PM #1
For sale Arcteryx Stinger bib Goretex pro shell XL orange Made in Canada $310 shipped
Like new made in canada XL proshell bibs - used only 5-10 days, no rips stains or tears - They Seriosly look new
Gore-Tex 3L Pro Shell is durable, extremely breathable, waterproof and windproof; high-wear areas are reinforced with a higher-denier Pro Shell fabric
● Gore Micro Grid lining is a thin, low-denier, low-density woven fabric that allows the shell to slide easily over mid layers
● Reduced number and thickness of seams enhance abrasion resistance and breathability while decreasing garment weight
● 1/2-bib design features 3/4-length waterproof zippers along sides for easy venting and drop seat access
● Adjustable suspenders customize the fit and make pit stops easy
● Elasticized waist; front fly features a waterproof zipper with snap closure and a laminated windflap so cold air stays out
● Gusseted crotch and articulated knees improve comfort and maneuverability; elastic powder cuffs block snow entry
● Instep patches along hems are made of hardy nylon and Kevlar® blend for extreme abrasion resistance
● Arc'teryx Stinger bib pants feature 2 bib pockets and 2 lift-accessible thigh pockets with waterproof zippers
● Embedded RECCO® reflector enhances radio signals from search-and-rescue Recco detectors for quicker acquisition of position in an avalanches, made with Gore-Tex® Pro Shell textiles, are engineered for deep powder days in the backcountry or on the hill.
Last edited by whyturn; 06-29-2012 at 10:37 AM.I need to go to Utah.
Yeah, Utah. It's wedged in between Wyoming and Nevada. You've seen pictures of it, right?
20 days skiing in 2009/2010 (15 Powder days)
18 days skiing in 2010/2011 (15 Powder days)
16 days skiing in 2011/2012 (2 cat days and 11 Powder day's)
18 days skiing in 2012/2013 (12 powder day's)
07-04-2012, 06:53 AM #2
You will have to cut your price in half for using "1extremeskier" as you photobucket handle."Those 1%ers are not an avaricious "them" but in reality the most entrepreneurial of "us". If we had more of them and fewer grandstanding politicians, we would all be better off."
- Bradley Schiller, Prof. of Economics, Univ. Nevada - Reno.