|11-28-2010, 05:35 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2007
WTS/WTT: Sierrascope 56, Crew 59, Goggles & More
Willing to trade or sell. I'm not desperate to move anything, so pleaaaaaaaase refrain from lowball offers.
I will entertain trades.
Sierrascope 156 SOLD
Sierra Crew 159 SOLD
2009 Smith Phenoms, Lagoon Tan Intersection w/ 1 used Ignitor Mirror Lenses, 1 new Ignitor Mirror, and Microfiber Bag (Used)
Retail $140, seeking $40+shipping with used lens, $50+shipping for both lenses, $20+shipping for new Ignitor Mirror lens alone.
I LOVE these goggles but unfortunately they just don't fit my face right. They have a little too much curvature in the nose with not quite enough foam and when I get up to faster speeds or ride in windy conditions I get a nice little jet stream into my eyes. I probably should have gone with Asian fit.
These are sick goggles and the Ignitor lens is the best lens I've ever tried. It's mirrored and low VLT enough for bluebird days but increases contrast enough that it's fantastic in flat light and shadows. It's my favorite lens for everything but white-out and night conditions.
I have 2 sets of Ignitor lenses. One of them has a few minor scuffs but nothing that affects vision. The other one is brand new.
2008 Celtek Clan Winter Gloves, Size Large (New)
MSRP $80, $30+shipping
I got these on warranty late last season and have WAY too many gloves. They're midweight-ish gloves (I have worn them comfortably down to the teens). Leather construction. 20k waterproofing laminate. Ecofleece lining. Also have handwarmer pockets, which is unusual for a glove this lightweight.
I am a large in most gloves. They fit pretty small for a large initially but break in pretty well. They give the best dexterity of any glove I've ever used because of a tight, low profile fit.
2007 Bonfire Commando Goretex Pants, Size Large (Used)
$250 MSRP, $80+shipping
Color is I believe cargo green. They're a solid military-ish green with a very subtle pattern.
Adjustable waistband, interior leg vents, all that jazz. They have some mesh lining in the legs and a little bit of fleece in the butt, but no real insulation.
There's some scuffing on the bottom area from walking in boots. There are also a few small holes. Two small ones pictured and a similarly sized one I just found on the butt. They are small enough that you can easily seal them up with Goretex patches, tenacious tape, or something similar. I can also get them professionally sealed at a nearby store for $20-30, but I would personally just throw the after-market stuff on there the holes are REALLY small.
Last edited by kimchijajonshim; 12-06-2010 at 07:37 PM.