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wtb: Lafuma x600 45 degree sleeping bag
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Adam Kramer
(rbeard) - F

Locale: ATL, Southern Appalachia
wtb: Lafuma x600 45 degree sleeping bag on 03/29/2013 09:13:07 MDT Print View


Edited by rbeard on 03/29/2013 09:28:09 MDT.

Edward Jursek
( - M

Locale: Pacific Northwest
Lafuma 45 degree bag on 03/29/2013 09:20:26 MDT Print View

I have an old one of these just sitting around. I can't get the zipper to work. You can have it for $5 or $10 bucks to cover shipping CONUS if you want. I will send you a PM.

Cade Weston
(cadeweston) - F
still have it? Anyone else leads? on 05/16/2013 22:25:49 MDT Print View

N chance you still ahve it?
Hey guys! New here and new to backpakcing in general. Just picking it up. So I am just about ready to leave for Mozambique, Africa. on water situation there. WIll be traveling throgout the country doing research Total of 6 months. Trying to travel in 50 L.

But I Lost my sleeping bag on the plane back from California): It was perfect! At just over 1 lb and only 4 liters in size, I could actually fit it in my 50L pack. I got it for under $50. Any idea whatsoever where I can get on this small for that price or lower? My budget is rather tight with paying for the missionsary scool I am going to, and my other thesis expenses up front! Check this one out, but out of stock- at REI Lafuma Manor Extreme. Warmth doesn't matter really, just compact-ness!

Thanks so much! Blessing!

Kevin Manley
(manleyk) - F - MLife

Locale: Denver-ish
Lafuma Extreme 800 on 05/16/2013 22:49:54 MDT Print View

Sent you a PM,Cade. Just dawned on me; you might not be getting PM's (guess from your message). I have a Lafuma Xtreme 800 in great shape that I can ship to you for $50.


Edited by manleyk on 05/17/2013 09:23:49 MDT.