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PostPosted: Fri Jul 08, 2016 8:23 am    Post subject: FS: sleeping bags & pads  Reply with quote

Nothing really wrong with this gear; we just decided to treat ourselves to some smaller stuff to extend our range.

It's all ~1994 vintage, clean & used fewer than 10 times.   Smoke-free home.

Kelty Polaris HV 20 degree bags:
DSC00375 by moore91024, on Flickr
DSC00377 by moore91024, on Flickr
1 Long right zip with stuff sack   $30
1 Regular left zip with stuff sack  $15
Price reduced for the regular one due to one small patch where it got a tiny puncture from our cat.

Therm-a-rest Trail Pro pads:
DSC00378 by moore91024, on Flickr
1 Regular with stuff sack   $35
1 Womens with stuff sack  $35

Can meet buyer somewhere in the Monrovia - La Canada range, perhaps at a trailhead?


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