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Brad Fisher
(wufpackfn)

Locale: NC/TN/VA Mountains
FS: Trailstar, Solomid w/innernet, Cricket, Bug Bivy(everything sold) on 04/22/2013 09:47:24 MDT Print View

I have the following for sale all in excellent condition.

Silnylon Trailstar $soldTrailstar


Cuben Solomid with inner net $soldSolomid

Silnylon Cricket $sold. One corner has a smaller lineloc and I elected to not have MLD fix. I just used Striptease on that corner.Cricket

MLD Bug Bivy $sold. I can provide a picture if you like. Silnylon version.


Price plus shipping cost. I can ship either USPS or UPS. Paypal. PM if you are interested.

Brad

Edited by wufpackfn on 04/25/2013 06:58:48 MDT.

Michael Ray
(thaddeussmith) - F
Re: FS: Trailstar, Solomid w/innernet, Cricket, Bug Bivy on 04/22/2013 09:56:28 MDT Print View

PM'ing on trailstar.

david delabaere
(davidvcd) - M

Locale: Northern VA
trailstar on 04/22/2013 10:02:46 MDT Print View

if for some crazy reason the sale doesnt go through I'm in for the trailstar.

Brad Fisher
(wufpackfn)

Locale: NC/TN/VA Mountains
Re: trailstar on 04/22/2013 10:18:29 MDT Print View

Sale pending on Trailstar. Will update tonight.

Brad

K C
(KalebC) - F

Locale: South West
Cricket tent on 04/22/2013 10:56:29 MDT Print View

I'll take the cricket tent, PM sent

Kaleb

spelt the enigmatic
(spelt) - F

Locale: SW/C PA
urgh on 04/22/2013 11:01:39 MDT Print View

I've been waiting for a solomid to come up, but I don't have the bucks for the cuben version.

Brad Fisher
(wufpackfn)

Locale: NC/TN/VA Mountains
Re: Cricket tent on 04/22/2013 11:11:00 MDT Print View

Sale pending on Cricket.

Brad

Michael Ray
(thaddeussmith) - F
Re: Trailstar on 04/22/2013 19:07:21 MDT Print View

funds sent.

mr. burns

Brad Fisher
(wufpackfn)

Locale: NC/TN/VA Mountains
Re: Re: Trailstar on 04/22/2013 19:37:07 MDT Print View

Shipping tomorrow Michael. Thanks

terry tiedeman
(Terry62) - F
cuben solomid with inner net on 04/22/2013 19:59:02 MDT Print View

Hi. Is this the newer cuben solomid where there is no seamsealing needed or one of the older ones where you had to seam seal? I am possibly interested if it is in as new condition. Let me know. Thanks

Brad Fisher
(wufpackfn)

Locale: NC/TN/VA Mountains
Re: cuben solomid with inner net on 04/22/2013 21:35:11 MDT Print View

Solomid sale pending.

Brad Fisher
(wufpackfn)

Locale: NC/TN/VA Mountains
Re: Re: cuben solomid with inner net on 04/22/2013 21:35:44 MDT Print View

Cricket sale pending.

John Kays
(johnk) - M

Locale: SoCal
SALE on 04/22/2013 21:52:56 MDT Print View

Looks like your are cashing in all of the Blue Chips. What do you have planned Brad?

Steven Paris
(saparisor) - M

Locale: Pacific Northwest
FS: Trailstar, Solomid w/innernet, Cricket, Bug Bivy on 04/22/2013 22:24:51 MDT Print View

Not to derail your thread, but I was wondering something similar. You've gotten to experience many mainstay UL shelters; have you decided on one or two as keepers?

Brad Fisher
(wufpackfn)

Locale: NC/TN/VA Mountains
Re: FS: Trailstar, Solomid w/innernet, Cricket, Bug Bivy on 04/23/2013 08:35:52 MDT Print View

Trailstar, Solomid and Cricket are all sold and shipped. The bug bivy is still available and only has 3 nights of use.

Brad

Brad Fisher
(wufpackfn)

Locale: NC/TN/VA Mountains
FS: MLD Bug Bivy on 04/23/2013 08:54:06 MDT Print View

Just house cleaning. I have tried a lot of gear and just needed to sale some. No sense in good gear just sitting around not getting used. Took me awhile to figure out what I like and dislike about my shelters. All of these shelters performed very well, but I crossed them off my list for a couple reasons.
- Just don't like bivies or inner nets.
- Getting too old to crawl into a shelter.
- I like a one piece shelter.
- Quick setup, space and easy entry/exit have become more important as I hike more and age.

For solo shelters I'm using the following:
- Yama Mountain Cirriform SW. Used for 4 days last week and performed well. It meets two of the three. Easy setup, ton of space, but not real easy on the entry/exit which is common for the end entry. However I like it better than the 3 I sold and think it will get a lot of use.
- MSR Carbon Reflex 1. Two out of three again. Easy setup, easy exit/entry, but not a lot of space. Weight penalty, but not really material in my opinion.
- The Big Agnes Copper Spur 1 looks interesting and has a lot more space than the MSR CR with minimal weight penalty. Might give it a try or something else.

My hiking style is 10-18 miles a day, so a few extra pounds hasn't effected my performance and makes camp a little easier. Just finding my groove.

Thanks for asking.

Brad

Edited by wufpackfn on 04/23/2013 13:39:46 MDT.

Brad Fisher
(wufpackfn)

Locale: NC/TN/VA Mountains
FS: MLD Bug Bivy on 04/23/2013 13:40:44 MDT Print View

Bump

terry tiedeman
(Terry62) - F
I'll buy the bug bivy on 04/23/2013 17:40:19 MDT Print View

PM sent

Brad Fisher
(wufpackfn)

Locale: NC/TN/VA Mountains
Re: I'll buy the bug bivy on 04/24/2013 20:12:10 MDT Print View

Sale pending

Scott Bellware
(sbellware)
Still Pending on 05/02/2013 17:30:22 MDT Print View

Hi there!

Is the bug bivvy sale still pending? If it hasn't gone through, I'll take it!

Best,
Scott

Edited by sbellware on 05/02/2013 17:31:12 MDT.