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Apr 12, 2013
Coffee after freezing our asses off near James Pea...
Envy...

Stich
From Colorado Springs, Colorado
Joined Jan 1, 2001
1,494 points
Apr 12, 2013
View of Longs Peak from Mt. Alice, RMNP
Wow thats a pretty sexy DAW. Only thing missing are 2 Technics and a Rane mixer. Jeremy Monahan
From Fort Fun, CO
Joined May 18, 2002
477 points
Apr 20, 2013
Rack without aid gear.
rack without aid gear
rack without aid gear
NorCalNomad
From San Francisco
Joined Oct 6, 2011
116 points
Apr 20, 2013
On Blanca after traversing from LB
Not entirely all my gear but mostly is. All out and ready to go in the dirt. Note: beer should be considered a requirement for all Fisher excursions (don't worry, there was alot more out of the photo).

Brian C.
From Longmont, CO
Joined Feb 9, 2010
774 points
Apr 20, 2013
Coffee after freezing our asses off near James Pea...
Jeremy Monahan wrote:
Wow thats a pretty sexy DAW. Only thing missing are 2 Technics and a Rane mixer.


That's DJ stuff. I'm liking the MS2000, Blofeld, Minibrute, A4, and the other synths.
Stich
From Colorado Springs, Colorado
Joined Jan 1, 2001
1,494 points
Apr 21, 2013
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I was going to wait until I got my new walling stuff from yates but whatever here it is. sorry for the bad photo
my rack
my rack
Rob Warden, Space Lizard
From Springdale Ut
Joined Dec 19, 2011
84 points
Apr 25, 2013
the 'on the road' rack
the 'on the road' rack


Spring cleaning. The travel rack
adamx
Joined Mar 8, 2013
15 points
Apr 25, 2013
Someone say "Rack?"


Rack
Rack
Bill Ballace
From Pullman,WA
Joined May 26, 2005
577 points
Apr 26, 2013
Our less than official sponsor!
^^^it was just a matter of time I guess.

It would have been really impressive to see the "Traveling Stopper" appear in each one of the previous pictures. Now THAT would have taken some serous coordination!
Christian "crisco" Burrell
From PG, Utah
Joined May 18, 2007
2,274 points
Apr 29, 2013
Trad, sport, and aid gear.
Trad, sport, and aid gear.
Bob Dobalina
Joined Jun 2, 2009
178 points
May 23, 2013
Jurassic Park
Starter kit for a desk monkey dirtbag .

pants: light khaki through dark khaki, doubles med...
pants: light khaki through dark khaki, doubles medium khaki.
shirts: white/blue hybrid through dark blue.
coldatom
From Cambridge, MA
Joined Sep 20, 2011
74 points
May 23, 2013
y
Its a B cup
Its a B cup
quiggle
Joined Jun 26, 2012
30 points
May 23, 2013
Since when does a rack include draws, harnesses, shoes, and others. I always thought the definition of a rack was limited to protection.

To make an analogy, I feel like all these photos are like when girls stuff their bra to make their "racks" look bigger.
TheBirdman
From Eldorado Springs, Colorado
Joined Jan 4, 2010
10 points
May 23, 2013
TheBirdman wrote:
Since when does a rack include draws, harnesses, shoes, and others. I always thought the definition of a rack was limited to protection. To make an analogy, I feel like all these photos are like when girls stuff their bra to make their "racks" look bigger.


socks in pant syndrome ...

IMO, starting off with a smaller rack (and i started off with a bigger one) makes you a better climber ... those who i know who didnt start with shinny doubles of everything tend to be much more solid ... they are faced with planning their pro more carefully and getting better at passive pro

;)
bearbreeder
Joined Mar 1, 2009
1,886 points
May 23, 2013
A
You've never used a draw to protect something? What about when u place nuts? knowbuddy
Joined Jul 19, 2010
211 points
May 23, 2013
Brass monkey
Coldatom, I wouldnt be caught in those duds at work, I'm more of a baller dirtbag myself. Brassmonkey
Joined Jan 19, 2012
70 points
May 24, 2013
bearbreeder wrote:
socks in pant syndrome ... IMO, starting off with a smaller rack (and i started off with a bigger one) makes you a better climber ... those who i know who didnt start with shinny doubles of everything tend to be much more solid ... they are faced with planning their pro more carefully and getting better at passive pro ;)


I agree with this. I learned to trad climb on a .5, .75, 1, 2, a rack of nuts, and 4 tri-cams. Needless to say some of my current partners hate me because I actually place nuts and set them meaning they have to clean them.

knowbuddy wrote:
You've never used a draw to protect something? What about when u place nuts?


And no. I've never used a draw alone to protect something. Have you?
TheBirdman
From Eldorado Springs, Colorado
Joined Jan 4, 2010
10 points
May 24, 2013
A
I have used just a draw/sling as pro once or twice. Slinging flakes, trees, knobs, chicken heads, and anything else I can hitch it around. I agree posting something like shoes as part of your rack is fucking stupid though... knowbuddy
Joined Jul 19, 2010
211 points
May 24, 2013
Brian C. wrote:
Not entirely all my gear but mostly is. All out and ready to go in the dirt. Note: beer should be considered a requirement for all Fisher excursions (don't worry, there was alot more out of the photo).


Are those green draws screamers? If so what kind of climbing are you doing to need them?
losbill
Joined Nov 21, 2006
247 points
Jul 1, 2013
losbill wrote:
Are those green draws screamers? If so what kind of climbing are you doing to need them?


He said he he was in the Fishers. I saw all the screamers and wondered too until I saw that.
Alex Rogers
From Sydney, Australia
Joined Sep 9, 2010
29 points
Jul 1, 2013
bearbreeder wrote:
IMO, starting off with a smaller rack (and i started off with a bigger one) makes you a better climber ... those who i know who didnt start with shinny doubles of everything tend to be much more solid ... they are faced with planning their pro more carefully and getting better at passive pro ;)


My first rack was 8 second hand nuts, 6 new hexes and about 30m of tubular tape cut into sections and tied into slings and draws.

I currently have 20 cams and 20 nuts, endless draws, slings etc - and climb about the same as I did then, not quite as hard, actually. Much less likely to die, much more likely to get a hernia.
Alex Rogers
From Sydney, Australia
Joined Sep 9, 2010
29 points
Jul 1, 2013
yaak crack Red Rock Canyon, NV
Stich: Very envious, though I'm more of a guitarist/percussionist, so my set up is more microphone and pre-amp oriented. But any synth enthusiast would be majorly jealous looking at that pic.

How are you liking those Rokit monitors for mixing/mastering? I am thinking about either getting those or the similar, black and white yamahas.
Jon Zucco
From Denver, CO
Joined Aug 15, 2008
357 points
Aug 15, 2013
Finally took a pic of my rack minus the WC 5 & WC 6, ropes, slings, belay devices, etc.


Most of the rack
Most of the rack


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Ana Tine
Joined Dec 7, 2012
86 points
Aug 15, 2013
tanuki
So, now that you have the WC#6, how do you think it compares to the BD#6? NC Rock Climber
From The Oven, AKA Phoenix
Joined Dec 6, 2009
121 points
Aug 15, 2013
NC Rock Climber wrote:
So, now that you have the WC#6, how do you think it compares to the BD#6?


It's nice to have both, but for all the rarity and sought-after-ness of the WC #6 I find it easier to use the BD #6. While the the BD #6 does do a scary walk (funny to see) I often use the moving toprope method and/or climb back down to retrieve the #6 to use higher up. Being easier to retract and balance on my thumb helps with pushing it along.

What do you think?
Ana Tine
Joined Dec 7, 2012
86 points


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