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WTB Feathered Friends Frontpoint Jacket Large

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I would like to purchase a Frontpoint for some trips I am taking this year. Email me at richardcost@msn.com if you have one you would like to sell. Thanks!!!!!

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Would you consider this? No hood though.


Montbell Puffy - Mens Large. Gift Included


For sale is the Alpine Down Jacket, not the Alpine Light which has stitched through construction. Purchased about 4 years ago at Montbell in Boulder. Would say in excellent condition except there is one tiny hole from a campfire spark repaired with a dab of seam grip. Washed once with Nikwax Down Wash. Has not been compressed in a stuff sack. Color is Thyme. Ballistic ripstop nylon shell.




800 fill power. 6 oz of goose down.

Box baffle construction

2 fleece lined hand warmer pockets and fleece lined collar

Super light weight - 14oz

No frills, just super puffy and cozy

Large is USA sizing


Comments on the fit - My height is 5'8" and my weight is 152 lbs. It fits with room for layering underneath as if to wear as a belay jacket. But also, it is so puffy that when you wear say a 100 weight fleece beneath, you lightly feel the jacket just touching your torso so its not way baggy. The armpits are cut large enough so you don't feel constricted there when layering and there is enough girth in the sleeves so it slips right on and doesn't compress the down from the inside as happens when the girth is to tight. With my height, it nearly covers my butt yet the jacket still only weighs 14oz's.


Asking $85.00 plus shipping from Estes Park, CO. Paypal, cash or check.


Gift: Circa early 1970's, Scottish wool balaclava. May be the one that was sold in one of the early Chouinard catalogs but could not verify. Soft, brushed, long fiber wool. Dark blue. This is a thick and very warm balaclava.The ragged edge along the opening is not wear but the finished look because it is hand knitted. Lightly used and in excellent condition.







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