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#205595 - 06/22/21 07:09 PM Selling a couple of backpacks & mesh bivies
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Registered: 07/16/03
Posts: 89
Loc: PA, USA
Lessening the amount of space my gear occupies
Mostly this gear has been used while backpacking in Grand Canyon

Gear listed below is used but clean, in very good condition and perfect working order
All of this gear worked for me at 5' 10", 33" waist, 170 pounds
Price includes shipping (method at sellers discretion)

Outdoor Research Bug Bivy - $50 (sleeping bag in photos is not included)
Enjoy the night sky with this compact & lightweight mesh top bivy
Seamstress modified adding a longer top/side zipper for simplified entry and exit

The North Face Debug Bivy - $55
Lightweight mesh top bivy is great for sleeping under the stars
Easy entry and exit with a top/side zipper
Lightweight shelter for dry weather & a bit roomier than the OR Bug Bivy

Osprey Aether 85 (size L, color dark blue with some grey) - $160
Used on longer backpacking trips or when needing to carry a heavier load
I've carried 7 liters of water comfortably with this pack

Granite Gear Nimbus Latitude (size M/trim, black with some teal) - $60
Used on shorter trips of 1-3 nights
This is a panel loader pack for easier gear access
I occassionally used this as a carry-on on commercial flights

Pictures ... https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1WqPBqmxOxRE6jz3UHFgmG7_YWaWRzxxX?usp=sharing

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#205859 - 09/18/21 08:03 PM Re: Selling a couple of backpacks & mesh bivies [Re: godzilla]
godzilla Offline
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Registered: 07/16/03
Posts: 89
Loc: PA, USA
All of this gear is no longer available.

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