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Jackson Hole Mountain Guides - Grand Teton Equipment List


Approach Shoe

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"Non-GTX also available. Durable, comfortable, and climbs well. I really like the way the lacing system works and the large climbing zone on the outsole"

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"Durable, comfortable and climbs well. Has a slightly smaller toe box and stickier rubber which excels in both slab climbing and jamming in cracks. A little bit on the stiffer side."

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"Great combo of durability and weight savings. Wider toe box than previous Sportiva models(if this is your brand). Edges and slabs extremely well."

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"High cut approach shoe focused on long distance and rugged trails. Gore-tex, lugged outsole with climbing zone on the toe. Uses the same Stealth rubber as Five Ten. "

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Mountain Boots

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"Lightweight boot, more technical and versatile than an approach shoe. Focus is on support and excels in a wide variety of conditions. Ideal for early season when crampons are required. Hybrid-crampon compatible."

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"Lightweight mountaineering boot with a durable construction. Hybrid-crampon compatible. "

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"More narrow fit than the Zodiac or Crow. A couple ounces heavier than those two, but excellent lightweight option. Hybrid-crampon compatible."

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Socks - 2 Pairs

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"Durable, comfortable, merino sock that will work well with approach shoes or boots. High cushioned."

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"Less cushioning and lighter. This is a great option with approach shoes and for the hike up."

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Upper Layers

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"Lightweight and comfortable. Wicks moisture well and pairs nicely with the Butterman Pullover when you want the sun protection."

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"Lightweight baselayer that works well on it's own or under layers when colder. Comfortable next to skin. Also available in 1/2 zip option if you prefer."

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"This is my favorite piece and a must have. It's a wind shirt but where it really shines is as a sun shirt when it's warm out. Absolutely necessary when hiking over a snowfield or exposed on a ridge line. Stretchy and super lightweight. "

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"Amazing warmth to weight ratio. Packs up super small and layers extremely well. comes in a hooded and non-hooded option."


Upper Layer - Shells

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"lightweight mid-layer pullover. Body mapped fleece provides warmth in the right places. Perfect over a base layer or tech T. for those mid-temps that are hard to stay warm in."

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"breathable insulated midlayer. Fits great under a shell and also works well as a stand-alone. "

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"Highly packable and extremely warm. Great to have if the temps really drop. Stuffs into it's own pocket and will retain warmth even when wet thanks to Q shield treated down."

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"Lightweight rain jacket. Ideal for climbing as it provides stretch, perfect pocket placement whether you are wearing a harness or not and a helmet compatible hood."


Bottom Layers

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"lightweight baselayer that wicks moisture extremely well. Layers well under pants."

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"Technical short for the hike up. Stretchy, durable, quick drying, and fits well with a harness."

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"technical pant for the hike up and/or climb. Stretchy, durable, quick drying, and fits well with a harness."

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"Fully featured lightweight rain pant. Built in belt, full side-zips, crampon reinforcements and wears well with a harness."


Accessories

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"Lightweight beanie that fits well under a helmet."

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"Snug fitting fleece glove that is touch-screen compatible."

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"Lightweight glove that provides warmth and weather resistance."

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"warm, performance designed glove. Dexterous and perfect cold and mixed conditions."


Optional Accessories

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"Trekking poles are ideal for the hike up. This pair is highly collapsible so you can pack it up when you don't want or need it. "

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"Upgraded insoles can make a world of difference in how happy your feet are during the trip."

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"Capture everything HD- super compact and easy to use."

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"Only needed until mid-July"


On the Trail

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"Large enough to carry personal gear, food and water for 2-4 days."

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"summit pack for technical climbs."

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"I would take 2 water bottles - these are 32 oz"

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"Light, compact, and provides effective purification."


On the Trail

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"closed toe camp shoe. Lightweight, packable, provides traction over rocky terrain around camp."

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"Organize your gear with these guys. Come in a variety of sizes and colors."

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"Dark lenses sunglasses with folding side flaps for when you need them. "

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"wicking hat with removable sun shade."


On the Trail

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"300 lumen headlamp with a variety of settings. Perfect for alpine starts or descending in the dark. Rechargable battery or optional battery pack for versatility."

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"Knife designed for cutting everything from ropes and cord to cheese and meat."

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"ultralight towel for camp. Pair w/Dr. Bronners to get fresh after your climb."


Energy

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"Best tasting bars out there."

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"Quick hitting energy."

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"Hydration mix."