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jwmatney's picture
Aug 9th 2017
All or most of the Tenaya line have Vibram XS Edge.

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seandayitech's picture
Jun 9th 2017
Any mirrorless camera(https://store.yitechnology.com) comes handy. I suggest you look at which performs well.

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tryclimbing's picture
May 11th 2017
Hardshell Helmets This type of durable, traditional lid features an extra-hard outer shell, typically ABS plastic, that’s paired with a strap suspension system and a thin foam liner. Other terms for these helmets are suspension helmets and hybrid helmets. This type of helmet offers two primary advantages: Low price Long lifespan Shelled Foam Helmets This lightweight style features a thick layer of impact-absorbing polystyrene or polypropylene foam protected by a thin polycarbonate shell. Impact forces are dissipated via deformation.... (more)

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Matt's Epic Vlogs's picture
Mar 13th 2017
As I said on the show, Strawberries at Curbar, in the UK, is impossible for 6b!!!

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Jake's picture
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Feb 14th 2017
Short and simple, it's more waterproof, windproof, and breathable, but especially more durable. GORE say that they only use outer fabrics of at least 40-denier (a rating used to measure the mass density of a textile's fibers) to make Pro garments. This makes the jackets tougher and more resistant to abrasion so as to withstand rugged and harsh environments, but also heavier.... (more)

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Brian Kieran's picture
Climbing Editor
Feb 13th 2017
From Dominik Pončo Hladký via Facebook: "Imagine you have Petzl quark, in much cheaper version. Quark have s little lighter head (I consider like a con) a a little better shapes the bottom spike (pro). They are over all lighter(pro) so if you want heavier head you can add weights and you will end up with same like the Bandit. The blade on Bandit is a little thicker (con?) but I don't see that much difference in penetration of ice or what ever. If you are looking for a multi functional tool, mix, ice, approach you just found one pretty cheaply.'

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Brian Kieran's picture
Climbing Editor
Jan 30th 2017
Hi Tony. For Scottish winter climbing, something like the Petzl Quark or Black Diamond Viper work well. Anything more technical usually won't come with a hammer or azde, and you'll want theses for cutting steps and smashing pro into frozen cracks. Closer to home, the DMM Apex is a great allrounder, or the slightly less technical DMM Fly Mountain is a great entry to mid level axe.

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