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Max Dilthey
(mdilthey) - M

Locale: MaxTheCyclist.com
Consignment on 07/11/2014 11:37:15 MDT Print View

I check once in a while, but my local consignment-slash-new outdoors store jacked up all their consignment prices, and the same stuff sits on the wall week after week after week.

There are some nice quirks around that place... every sleeping bag is $50. Some are crap, some are nice...

I should hit the thrift store in town and see what I can find!

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(RogerDodger) - F

Locale: (...)
... on 07/12/2014 21:50:24 MDT Print View

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Edited by RogerDodger on 06/26/2015 15:57:09 MDT.

Gordon Gray
(GordonG) - F

Locale: Front Range, CO
Score! on 07/13/2014 14:20:43 MDT Print View

So I was at the thrift store today thinking about this thread. I actually got a pair of White Sierra convertible pants and a Alpine Designs fleece for $12. Both items I don't need but for the price I will throw them in the rotation. What I wanted, but was too small for me, was these:

rain shell

Peter Boysen
(peterboysen) - MLife
cooking gear on 07/15/2014 12:32:54 MDT Print View

Thrift stores, and even antique stores, sometimes have decent aluminum cooking gear of various sorts. Not SUL titanium or anything, but for the price it's usually hard to beat.