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Feb 9, 2013
well played sir Rob Warden, Space Lizard
From Springdale Ut
Joined Dec 19, 2011
46 points
Feb 9, 2013
Shoes, that's more like it! There's a perfect shoe for every situation. Sometimes you fall in love with one kind, and you better get another pair before the heartbreak of discontinuation, or resole downtime. Like ropes, you really can't have too many. Rob Dillon
Joined Mar 22, 2002
1,010 points
Feb 9, 2013
All those shoes and you don't have any good ones? Mike Lane
From Centennial, CO
Joined Jan 21, 2006
839 points
Feb 9, 2013
What do you climb in evolves? Pssshhhhhhh Croft won't even climb in evolves and he gets them for free. I admit I do need a pair of mocs though knowbuddy
Joined Jul 19, 2010
211 points
Feb 9, 2013
the man was smart
Smarty Ports/Shants wrote:
I've got ten apiece of most sizes but haven't done porn shots of my rack to post up; I bet many will be in similar situations. It's funny that there aren't more threads like this, filled with pictures of shiny, unused racks. Good luck ogling each other's toys, boys and girls.

nice try at thread killing mr "I got 10 of EVERYTHING n00b n000b n00b" .

lets all bow to the master traddy now.
T Roper
Joined Mar 31, 2006
1,058 points
Feb 9, 2013
the frozen topout during a winter ascent
Sorting all our gear before El Cap. Deciding what would stay on the ground.
Nick Zmyewski
From Newark, Delaware
Joined Jun 2, 2011
132 points
Feb 9, 2013
Jeez, I have my gear in two different rooms, basically all over the house. I'll have to try to gather it up for some porn shots! Just Solo
From Colorado Springs
Joined Nov 13, 2003
23 points
Feb 10, 2013
Mike Lane wrote:
All those shoes and you don't have any good ones?

Pythons, TC Pros and Testarossas don't qualify as "good ones"?
Joined Apr 23, 2009
22 points
Feb 12, 2013
Gary N wrote:
I call it The Circle of Life [saving equipment].

That's a lot of new style equipment (all modern camalots). Between me and my husband I think we have at least 4 cams of each size, but over the years we've both been collecting (over 30 years of climbing between the two of us) we have a few different brands and certainly a few different generations of gear.
Joined Mar 13, 2012
0 points
Feb 12, 2013
So the angle doesn't quite illustrate the volume... WillP
Joined Feb 11, 2013
10 points
Feb 13, 2013
Colombian Crack
Gary N., you just got punked by a girl who shreds harder trad than you Maurice Chaunders
Joined Sep 21, 2010
11 points
Feb 13, 2013
The top of the tufa on Magma
Spencer Daniels wrote:
First year trad climbing and I'm 16 and jobless

Wow - you've got it made. I climbed for 10 years (starting at 16) on a rack that included a set of offset brassies, two sets of nuts, a couple of hexes and tricams, and a #1 and #2 camalot. Just about everything I did till 2000 went down with that rack.
Patrick Mulligan
Joined Oct 12, 2011
1,208 points
Feb 13, 2013
Salamanizer wrote:
This was about 6 years ago. Unfortunately I have way more crap now. If you count all the stuff that is not entirely climbing specific eg. sleeping bags, backpacks, tents etc... I have a 12' X 12' room piled to the ceiling.

What do you mean unfortunately? Dat's crazy talk.
From San Francisco
Joined Oct 6, 2011
116 points
Feb 13, 2013
Eldorado Canyon
yo space lizard, show it up kboofis
Joined Nov 17, 2011
55 points
Feb 13, 2013
Rock Wars, RRG, 2008
Gary N wrote:
I call it The Circle of Life [saving equipment].

That's a collection,,,I think you got me out-cammed by about a total of 8,,but I've got at least 45 to 50 nuts and chocks if I count my old school hexcentrics on a rope. I can't fit the gear in a picture without backing up at least 20 ft.
Woodchuck ATC
Joined Nov 29, 2007
3,092 points
Apr 9, 2013
Hiking in the Adirondacks
It's definitely not a baby, but still lots of room to grow before I get to Gary's level!

My rack (protection and slings)
My rack (protection and slings)
Aaron L.
Joined Feb 25, 2010
52 points
Apr 11, 2013
Cool snow formation at the base.
Jack Mullen wrote:
Is nobody going to point out the fact that tere is only one ascender? Is that just your newest piece and you are working your way up to another or is there a use for a single one that I don't know of?

Grigri and an ascender.
From Las Vegas
Joined Mar 12, 2006
1,471 points
Apr 11, 2013
This is what fit in the picture/dining room...
Ryan N
From Bellingham, WA
Joined May 21, 2009
173 points
Apr 11, 2013
I have triples from tips to big hands, with 4-5 a piece, tight hands to big hands, doubles in fists/big fists, and singles above that to tight squeeze chimney. I don't think I've ever laid it all out for a photo-op, but I've certainly put it all on a sling once. I couldn't leave the ground with it all. Brian Scoggins
From Boise, ID
Joined Mar 12, 2002
1,122 points
Apr 11, 2013
sqwirll wrote:
Grigri and an ascender.

Ahh... Smart! I retract my coment.
Jack Mullen
From Oceanside CA
Joined Mar 18, 2013
1 points
Apr 12, 2013
Valor Over Discretion (5.8), RRG
sqwirll wrote:
Grigri and an ascender.

Brian Hudson
From Lenoir, NC
Joined Dec 10, 2010
112 points
Apr 12, 2013
If all you're doing is overhanging ascending, ya that's fine. But for anything low angle, not so much. And I shall post up my rack tomorrow to keep this on topic NorCalNomad
From San Francisco
Joined Oct 6, 2011
116 points
Apr 12, 2013
Brian Hudson wrote:

Like I said...
Joined Mar 16, 2013
25 points
Apr 12, 2013
Me eating a cliff bar walking back from Frankenste...
winter rack
winter rack

Did somebody say "shining new"?

I'm still in disbelief that ice season over in the northeast. Can't seem to change out the screamers.
Bill Kirby
From Baltimore Maryland
Joined Jul 21, 2012
163 points
Apr 12, 2013
Coffee after freezing our asses off near James Pea...

From Colorado Springs, Colorado
Joined Jan 1, 2001
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