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Looking to buy a 40L (ish) climbing pack (cragging, overnight, glacier, etc.) for my wife. She has a short torso (14.5") so most all packs are a little too big for her. Combine that with being picky about features (removable lid, tool attachment, strippable, etc.) and I've landed on the cilogear 40B. Only problem is we are leaving on a trip soon, and their lead time might be cutting it too close. Anyone have a used one or any other suggestions? thanks, devon
boppjo posted a topic in The Yard SaleThis is *the* PNW pack for climbing and mountaineering in my opinion, and those of many others (*coughAmericanAlpineInstituteGuidesChoice*cough). This is the Ballistics version so extra durable fabric only on the hard wear points. And all the straps! Lash anything and everything (crampons, rope, etc)I have three Cilo packs and am only selling his as I can (for now) manage the 30:30 pack for most of my climbs. Subsequently, this has only been on Adams, Rainier, and possibly Baker- so super minty! $250 This is a fair price and is without the notable hassle of the forever unclear production timeline from Cilo themselves, anywhere from 2-4 months, sometimes it's longer. And yes it's true, they don't ever give you updates. That for sure is the one downside of a climber-run business but then you can't be so mad when they also want to climb and the make the best packs! Plus USA made! This includes 2 sets of the diagonal carry strap system ($38) and the rope catch strap system ($15) worth $53 I'm located in Seattle and am glad to meet up anywhere reasonably close. On eBay as US*Grant for selling history. From CiloGear: The 40B is the pack of choice for cragging and weekends close to home. It is a robust and durable pack that will treat you right today and in the years to come.The 40B responds to the desire of folks for a pack that would work for Alpine cragging or serious routes in more civilized areas. The 40B is about 2.5" shorter than the 45L or 60L WorkSacks, and is just the right size for shorter folks and awesome weekends. The 40B WorkSack easily carries crampons or a water bottle in the crampon pocket.Volume Range: Normal: 42L | Expanded: 60L | Compressed: 30L | Closed: 20LWeight and Sizing SpecificationsPack bag: 815g(1.8lbs) | Hip belt: 120g | Lid: 170g | Strap set: 200g | Framesheet & Pad: 590g | Total: 1895g(4.1lbs)Size by torso length 17" - 19" = Medium
If you are looking at this, you know how amazing CiloGear packs are and this is their winner of the Guides Choice Award. This has an amazing amount of versatility in terms of expansion and compression. This can be used as a single pack for climbs and that isn't just copy. It expands to 40l with the collar extended and down to 15l compressed. I can carry everything in this to base camp and then cinch down the sides for summit day. This version is the burly Guide Service edition which adds super burly VX100 and VX42 for hyper abrasion resistance. You can see from the pictures, this is in near mint condition. Aside from the best pack for spring/summer mountaineering, you don't have to wait the 6-10 weeks for Cilo to make it for you! In short, this pack is amazing. I have three other Cilo packs and am only selling this to downsize a little. I'm in Seattle $175/obo (plus shipping if I can't find someone local)
For Sale is a 30L Cilogear worksack in their indestructible Woven/Non-Woven Dyneema fabric. This is an amazing pack that is purpose made for the fast and light alpinist being lightweight and fully strippable including top lid, straps, waist belt and removable bivy pad. These sell for $500 new on Cilogear's website. I am selling this one for $450 Canadian Dollars ($350USD) shipping not included. There is no visible wear but there is some slight discoloration of the white fabric on the bottom of the pack and the top lid from being set on the ground. This pack is the "Normal" size from Cilogear. Link: http://www.cilogear.com/3004.html