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Stephen_Ramsey

FS: 2 Mountain HardWear sleeping bags

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I'm selling two Mountain HardWear synthetic sleeping bags.

 

(1) 1st Dimension sleeping bag, size short (up to 5'7"). Weight 36 oz. Rated to 30F. Polarguard Delta. Has the "quantum expander" feature that allows you to adjust how much girth the bag has. Retails for $145. Asking $80.

 

(2) 2nd Dimension sleeping bag, size short (up to 5'7"). Weight 42 oz. Rated to 15F. Polarguard 3D. Has the "quantum expander" feature that allows you to adjust how much girth the bag has. Retails for $165. Asking $90.

 

The 2nd Dimension has been used only for a dozen trips, and is about one year old. It has worked well on alpine climbs year-around in the Cascdes (Rainier, Baker, Colchuck, Maude, Buckner, Shuksan, etc.)

 

The 1st Dimension has been used only for half a dozen trips, and is about eight months old. It has worked well on spring/summer/autumn trips in the Cascades (Glacier Pk, Maude, Chiwawa, Shuksan, Cannon).

 

These bags are sturdy and insulate well when damp.

 

PM me if interested. Seattle metro area. No personal checks (cash or money order). Am pretty flexible about times and locations for a meeting to show the goods.

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Dropping the asking price on the 1st dimension sleeping bag, to $60.

 

2nd dimension bag is no longer available.

 

PM me if interested.

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Bumping this up one last time.

 

Anyone under 5' 7" who is looking for a cheap sleeping bag-- $60 gets you a nice sleeping bag that is very good for 3-season camping and mountaineering...

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