Entire packing list for sale.
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Josh Greninger
(thinkpol) - F
Entire packing list for sale. on 09/13/2010 10:51:41 MDT Print View

I've slowly come to the painful realization that I just don't have and can't find the time to hike at this time in my life. Between working full time and going to school full time AND not having a reliable source of transportation (car recently broke down) it's just not feesable. My loss is your gain. I plan to sell my entire packing list, most of which is completely unused. The few things that are "used" are in new condition. I'll try to put prices to these as I find them but until then will take offers. On the used items I have I will be asking what I paid for them considering I haven't used them.
CONUS only unless you're willing to pay exact shipping cost. Preferred method is paypal, "gift" method. Add 3% for non gift.



"Used":

ULA Conduit 2009 version, medium hipbelt, long torso[$100]


New and unused:

Snow Peak Ultra Light [$30]

Feathered Friends Hyperion (Nano, in Medium) [$160]

Patagonia Rock Guide Pants Grey (34) [$60]

Railriders Adventure Top White Large [$45]

Icebreaker Men's LS Atlas Top Black Large [$30]

Icebreaker Men's Leggings 150 Black Large [$30]

LMF Firesteel Scout [$7]

Aquamira with some in 2 BPL droppers (droppers included) [$13]


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BPL Tinderquik pack 50pcs [$10]
(SOLD - Curt Peterson)

ACR emergency whistle [$5]
(SOLD - Curt Peterson)

Darn Tough Merino Wool 1/4 x2 Denim, Black Large [$25]
(SOLD - Angelo Pisano)


Shipping cost will vary from item to item but it will be reasonable (unlike BPL's ridiculous shipping costs :P). These prices are based off of what I originally paid for them. If you can find them cheaper (new!), I will give you a better price.

Edited by thinkpol on 09/17/2010 12:47:04 MDT.

Nancy Twilley
(goodcaver2)

Locale: STL
pm sent on 09/13/2010 11:26:07 MDT Print View

with questions on icebreaker top, railriders top, and gg pad

Edited by goodcaver2 on 09/13/2010 11:28:22 MDT.

Josh Greninger
(thinkpol) - F
Prices updating on 09/13/2010 11:37:03 MDT Print View

Still working on adding all the prices. I'm discounting 15-20% off what I paid new for the items just a few months ago.

I realize the Houdini is selling on patagonia.com for $90 but they have been sold out of Larges and Mediums for many months. $125 is the cheapest I could find from a legit site after weeks of looking.

Edited by thinkpol on 09/13/2010 11:38:10 MDT.

Thomas Burns
(nerdboy52) - MLife

Locale: "Alas, poor Yogi.I knew him well."
Manzella Power Stretch Gloves on 09/13/2010 11:39:15 MDT Print View

Sending PM

R Alsborg
(FastWalker) - MLife

Locale: Southwest
Re: Entire packing list for sale. on 09/13/2010 12:02:27 MDT Print View

Sea To Summit Alphalight Spork <- Sold

Adventure Medical kit .3 <-- Sold

Edited by FastWalker on 09/13/2010 12:49:50 MDT.

Ike Mouser
(isaac.mouser) - F
manzellas and powerstretch balaclava on 09/13/2010 12:02:39 MDT Print View

what is weight, size and price of these two? interested

Edited by isaac.mouser on 09/13/2010 12:07:33 MDT.

Ryan Teale
(monstertruck) - F

Locale: Almost Yosemite
Rock Guide Pants on 09/13/2010 12:13:54 MDT Print View

Nevermind.....

I will take the MLD pot, caldera cone, and gram cracker if they aren't spoken for

Ryan

Edited by monstertruck on 09/13/2010 12:18:50 MDT.

Weiyi Wang
(wwyjedi)

Locale: mid
shipping? on 09/13/2010 12:14:45 MDT Print View

Are those prices include shipping?

Brian Cripe
(brian.cripe) - F

Locale: Midwest
Re: on 09/13/2010 12:40:24 MDT Print View

I am interested in the stuff sacks and the spectra line if still available. Thanks!

R Alsborg
(FastWalker) - MLife

Locale: Southwest
MINIMUM ORDER COST: $50 on 09/13/2010 12:51:03 MDT Print View

What is " MINIMUM ORDER COST: $50 "

Javan Dempsey
(jdempsey)

Locale: The-Stateless-Society
Re: Entire packing list for sale. on 09/13/2010 12:56:05 MDT Print View

Width on that quilt should be ~49-50", finished length is about 76-77" opened, with a roomy footbox. Should be a great quilt for a side sleeper or broad shouldered hiker around 6', and a good discount off my current prices.


Sorry to see you're not getting to put all that good gear to use Josh.

Here are a couple of pics of Josh's quilt:

quilt flatquilt cinched

Edited by jdempsey on 09/13/2010 13:02:17 MDT.

Josh Greninger
(thinkpol) - F
Re: Custom quilt, pet/smoker free home on 09/13/2010 13:07:15 MDT Print View

Yeah, I'm realllly sorry too. I've been holding out for a while hoping that an opportunity would present itself. Recently my car became only good for scrap metal so I'm in desperate need of a solid down payment on a car.

Thanks for posting the measurements I was unsure of. :)
I've kept the quilt at full loft since I got it, I haven't compressed it at all.

BTW, this is all from a pet free and smoker free home.

Josh Greninger
(thinkpol) - F
Re: MINIMUM ORDER COST: $50 on 09/13/2010 13:12:56 MDT Print View

Disregard it, I'll just group the items and take them in with others if you don't mind a slight delay on shipping.
I have to go to school directly after work except for Wednesdays and Fridays, so I will be sending out groups of items on these two days.

Edited by thinkpol on 09/13/2010 13:16:28 MDT.

Ike Mouser
(isaac.mouser) - F
nvmnd on 09/13/2010 13:27:06 MDT Print View

nvrmnd

Edited by isaac.mouser on 09/13/2010 13:28:31 MDT.

Matthew Perry
(bigfoot2) - F

Locale: Oregon
Re: PM sent Warbonnet on 09/13/2010 15:18:19 MDT Print View

PM sent on Warbonnet blackbird Double 1.0 "Coyote" hammock [$150].

BF

Brian Macari
(BGMACARI) - MLife

Locale: Mid-Atlantic
2 lite lines, 1/8" pad, towel on 09/13/2010 17:14:06 MDT Print View

sent pm. thanks

David Lutz
(davidlutz)

Locale: Bay Area
Cuben stuff sacks..... on 09/13/2010 17:25:02 MDT Print View

........PM sent

John Quinn
(inspector8598) - M

Locale: Northeast
Patagonia Houdini on 09/13/2010 17:54:43 MDT Print View

PM sent.

Rich Munson
(CaptainMorgan) - F

Locale: Pacific NW
BB and Yeti on 09/14/2010 08:54:58 MDT Print View

PM Sent

Henry Blake
(Dragon) - F

Locale: Minnesota
Snow Peak Ultra Light??? on 09/14/2010 11:29:29 MDT Print View

An ultra light what? Umbrella, stove, pan?