Colorado Peaks and Rivers, Ecuador, BC, Baja Mexico
I'm a 33 inch waist with a 30 inch inseam, which size would be best for me?
This device is clean, incredibly light and very efficient for belays. I enjoy the simplistic designs of Petzl for the majority of my climbing gear. From harness to belay device to ascenders, I trust Petzl! Now if they will just sponsor me, I'll go pro with their gear!
Is there a fleece liner?
The Keen Truckee Hiking Shoe has proven to be a good fit for approach, slippery terrain and for overall daily use. These shoes work great from high-intensity activity to simply getting around town. The liners help the shoe to be comfortable on the arch, and good looking to boot.
decent pants with great sewing pattern, would be better if made in a double-front, but its a comfortable pair of pants suited for bouldering and buildering
When skiing the 183 K2 Piste Pipe inbounds, found that the ski adapts very easily to different conditions. The Piste Pipe cuts you slack when you roll into boilerplate from the fluff. The ski responds great edge-to-edge, rolls smoothly, and it would work very well as a work ski for Patrol or Mountain Operations people. Twin tips make intro to backwards skiing fun and make finishing the turn in crusty crap snow a bit more forgiving than the flat tail of a typical ski. Found that the twin-tip also finishes cleaner than a non-twin-tip ski in steep terrain. This mid-fat ski is now my ultimate favorite tele-ski. I drive it with G3 Targa T/9 bindingsgreat combo. Thanks K2! These skis ROCK! Tele-skiers have an all around ski with incredible versatility. -Craig in Nederland