E-Rock, Nuevo Leon MX, Hueco Tanks, Pilot MT, Crowders MT
This has been my boot of choice since 2006. I've worn this boot extensively in Afghanistan in high mountains to the desert. These boots aren't the warmest but they are not made for keeping your feet warm. The boot has amazing stiffness and provides perfect support for your ankles while running down a mountain or up it. My all time favorite hiking boot. One pair lasted me two trip and I quickly replaced them with another pair
How would these do for Mt Washington? Doing the Presidential Traverse in mid OCT, my regular Asolo FSN won't handle the trek. So looking for more of a mountaineering boot. Thanks
Will thus work for general mountaineering, snow/ice terrain? Doing Mt Washington in the fall and I'm needing a pair of crampons for the trip just in case, thanks.
Are this tents floor seams raised to be off the ground like the Thor?
Took this rope out to Pilot MT for its first use and it handled everything from rappelling to TR to leading all with super ease, Im very surprised with how the rope handled. It even started to rain as we were getting finished and it took the rain like a pro.
Just took this bag to Afghainistan as it replaced a MHW bag. This bag is super durable in the rocks, sand, and dirt in Afghanistan. This bag kept me super warm in the winter and spring months. I absolutely recommend this bag to anyone in the market for a new bag. When it dipped below freezine I just added my gortex bivvy cover and it worked. I have already decided that once my bag goes, I will be replacing it with another Arroyo bag.
Looking at this tent and the Mountain Hardware tents for a trip to Denalli this winter. Anyone use this tent or the MHs up there.
Does anybody know the sheath percentage of this rope? For example 36% or 40%. Trying to decide if I want this rope or the Mammut Supersafe EVO
Can this rope be used for top ropping as well? Looking for a Mammut rope that I can lead the route to set up a top rope for my wife to climb?