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Spring Cleaning: Brand new stoves, Vaude Rock Ultralight 25, new Oakley's , Sierra Design Rain pants, MHW Sub Zero SL Parka.
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Konrad .
(Konrad1013) - MLife
Spring Cleaning: Jetboil, new Oakley's , Sierra Design Rain pants, MHW Sub Zero SL Parka. on 03/09/2010 00:17:05 MST Print View

Doing some spring cleaning AKA "where did all my money go" AKA "why the hell did i buy this!?" AKA "Man, what I would do for a Tarptent Moment!"

Im trying to sell off some old gear, unwanted christmas gifts, and odds and ends.

First, my Mountain Hardwear Sub Zero SL Parka. Its practically new, as its only seen about 24 combined hours of use. The overall appearance/condition still looks excellent.

actual parka

Great for those looking to get into climbing, who are in need of a good belay parka, or rest parka.

*Size Small
*Color Sapphire (kind of like a dark navy/electric blue hybrid)
*4 external zippered pockets, (lower hand ones are fleece lined )
*1 Internal Chest pocket, 1 mesh water bottle pocket
* Removable, adjustable hood, with depth and width adjustment
* waist and back cinches
*lower arms, Elbows, shoulders, and back tail hem are reinforced with a heavier denier fabric (the black fabric in the picture)
* 650 fill down
*weight on my scale: 2lbs 1.4 oz

Normally retails for $294, but Looking to sell for $140.

Jetboil: $70 SPF to Lonney

Oakley Twitch Sunglasses: SOLD
Polished Black, with Warm Gray lenses
Brand new in box, comes with bag, and all warranty/registration papers.

Sierra Design Cyclone Rain Pants. Size SMALL. asking for: $ 40
Brand new with tags, lightweight at 7.9 oz Bungee waist, zippered fly, ankle zips, zippered pocket. Nice tight ankle gauntlet (acts like a gaiter)

All items to be paid via Paypal, as a personal payment, so i can avoid "the man"
Send me a PM for a quicker response.

Edited by Konrad1013 on 03/17/2010 15:58:57 MDT.

Adan Lopez
(Lopez) - F

Locale: San Gabriel Valley
pack on 03/09/2010 00:47:04 MST Print View

I'd love to have that pack. what size torso is it?

Konrad .
(Konrad1013) - MLife
Packs on 03/09/2010 00:50:03 MST Print View

Hey Adan, these were sold as only having one size. Because the hipbelt is only webbing, and therefore meant for stabilization, rather than actual weight transfer, the size isn't as important. I am an 18.5 torso, and with the frame in, it felt good. The plastic frame has a preset curve in it. Might be better for someone, with a slightly smaller torso than my own. However, I found that the pack is better if you add your own foam frame, either rolled up like a burrito, or if you just insert a small sitpad section in the frame pocket. Makes it lighter, and makes sizing unimportant. hope that helps!

Edited by Konrad1013 on 03/09/2010 00:56:02 MST.

Lonney Phillips
(GroundPounder) - F

Locale: Midwest
Jetboil on 03/09/2010 04:01:44 MST Print View

PM sent

Matthew Richardson
(redmatt) - F

Locale: Midwest
Pocket Rocket on 03/09/2010 06:22:26 MST Print View

PM sent for Pocket Rocket.

Jim W.
(jimqpublic) - MLife

Locale: So-Cal
Pack Re: Spring cleaning... on 03/09/2010 06:30:36 MST Print View

If Adan doesn't take it I'd like the pack. PM sent with contact info.


brett senecal
(NYForesterXT) - F
vaude pack on 03/09/2010 06:54:56 MST Print View

PM sent on pack

Vadim Fedorovsky
pocket rocket on 03/09/2010 06:55:49 MST Print View

im interested in pocket rocket if first buyer does not take

Matthew Richardson
(redmatt) - F

Locale: Midwest
Pocket Rocket on 03/09/2010 10:43:52 MST Print View

Payment sent. Thank you Konrad.

Konrad .
(Konrad1013) - MLife
^ on 03/10/2010 13:06:00 MST Print View

updated, and bump