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FS: 3/4 Ultralight Thermarest

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for sale: two (2) 3/4 Ultralight Thermarests in excelent condition, with stuff sacks.

$40 each or $70 for both

OBO

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dude dont be a dick.

if you think you can get one for ten bucks go for it.. I bought mine last year for $70 each.. i want the newer more expensive ones that are full lenght.. someone might want mine, so if you do then cool.. but i dont need your eternal bullshit.

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when did people start using or needing stuff sacks for a rolled-up pad?

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they have been using them since i can remember, dude. you roll em up and put um in the sack.. protects them better. when have people not used a stuff sack for a thermarest?

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I do not use stuff sacks for anything. Saves weight. I roll the 3/4 ultralight thermarest up to deflate it, tighten the valve and line my pack with it.

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sounds reasonable.. some would argue that things in your pack could puncture your thermarest... it's your deal though. either way these come with stuff sacks.

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Yes. Definately put your ice ax and crampons on the outside. grin.gif

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I replaced the stock foam bad in one of my packs with one of these and it works great.

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Stuff sacks are for food and little stuff. Otherwise, you pack way better, and save weight not using them IMO.

 

I do use a crampon bag for the crampons, and would like to get rid of that bag.

 

Short of duct taping every point (dumb) is there any way to pack them so they don't trash your stuff?

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You can strap them on the outside of your pack if it has straps in the appropriate place (points out!) or get some of those nifty little rubber point guard trees. I've never really liked them myself. I still pack my crampons in a bag with a plastic sheet in the bottom if I'm just day-climbing on vertical stuff. I leave it home if I'm going to be walking on them most of the day anyway.

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