FS: Sleeping bag, 2 packs, and a bug bivy

7:28 p.m. on February 16, 2011 (EST)
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Prices include shipping to the US.

1) Lowe Alpine Contour 60+10 Hyperlite internal frame backpack - Lime green/gray. Lightly used (I baby my gear). These go for about $190/200 new. Asking $130.
Adjustable to fit just about anyone in your group, the lightened hipbelt, back, and staves shape to your body
Concentrate the load in your center back by cinching up the radial compression straps
Organize your load however is most suited to your adventure - the dual main compartments have zip-out dividers
For every-season adventuring, the ice-axe attachments carry your essential toolsStay hydrated by slipping your favorite hydration bladder into the sleeve and running the tube out the port
Store your essentials in the zippered lid pockets
Capacity: 3700 + 600 cu in
Weight: 4 lb 4 oz
Fits torso: 17 - 23 inches
Material: nylon
Frame material: HDPE
Access: top, side, panel
Number of pockets: main compartment + 3 pockets


2) North Face Cat's Meow sleeping bag - This bag is in great shape.  I purchased it new 4 years ago but it has only seen about 14 nights on the trail.  Comes with compression sack. Asking $100.
Read more about the Cat's Meow here.

3) Outdoor Research Bug Bivy - Comes with stuff sack and pole. I used it only one night in my backyard. Condition is basically brand new. Asking $60.
Read more about it on Outdoor Research's site.

4) Lafuma Active 20 daypack - Used only once. In perfect condition. Fully featured daypack.  Also nice for trail running.  Full price is $70.  Asking $40.
Dimensions (LxWxD): 17-½x11x7”
Capacity: 1200 cu.in.
Weight: 1 lb. 8 oz.

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