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    FS: Six Moons Design Large Wing Hip Belt

    FS six moons design size large winged hip belt


    http://www.sixmoondesigns.com/packs....category_id=11

    Love the pack but the hip belt is way to large for me. I'm gonna order a medium instead thinking it will be a better fit. Asking $25 plus $3 pay pal fee ($28) shipping free. I know its not much of a savings but its something and I can ship within 24 hrs. Its only been worm 7 days on the trail and looks brand new you would never be able to tell IMHO. Any questions ask away thanks for looking.
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    Just for an FYI (and in hopes of making it more enticing), Six moons charges $8.00 for standard shipping plus tax. So this is apx. $12 savings (if im doing my tax and shipping math right). Its a great belt. the pockets are supper roomy, and if you have a six moons pack that fits this belt without the belt, its an excellent addition IMHO
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    can you direct me to a picture of the belt connection to the pack?

    I think I want it.

    I made a Gearskin clone taking a lot of design details from the G4 pattern available on line. I've never been real happy with the hip belt. I carry 35 lbs or less.

    my attachment loop is 4 inches tall and 6 inches wide.
    grinder

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    http://www.sixmoondesigns.com/index....art&Itemid=109

    sorry, didn't see you wanted a pic of it attatched
    Last edited by Slo; 03-02-2011 at 12:45.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grinder View Post
    can you direct me to a picture of the belt connection to the pack?

    I think I want it.

    I made a Gearskin clone taking a lot of design details from the G4 pattern available on line. I've never been real happy with the hip belt. I carry 35 lbs or less.

    my attachment loop is 4 inches tall and 6 inches wide.
    I will take pictures with the belt attached to the pack this afternoon and post them. Once I do I will PM you.
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    Learned something New

    So I learned something new today. I learned that the pay pal fee is 3% not $3 on transactions. I don't know where I got $3 but that's what I've been using on all my transactions. So that makes it a $1.03 not $3 so price drop, $25 even shipping included. Ill up load the pic's I took tonight.
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    I took my pack for a stroll/exercise walk today. I've worked on slimming up a bit, and may have to drop to a medium belt as well. Although it still fits quite well with load that I carry. I almost don't even need the hip belt.

    If I do go to a smaller belt, I'll keep my large for when I get older and fatter again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helios View Post
    I took my pack for a stroll/exercise walk today. I've worked on slimming up a bit, and may have to drop to a medium belt as well. Although it still fits quite well with load that I carry. I almost don't even need the hip belt.

    If I do go to a smaller belt, I'll keep my large for when I get older and fatter again.
    I was thinking the same thing which is what ill prob end up doing if I do not end up selling this one.
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    Pictures of the Hip Belt









    And Grinder what do you mean by 4 inch loop attachment point. The swift pockets have two attachment points both apx 1 inch thick. The attachment point may be to small for you pack if I am understanding correctly. Dont want to sell you a piece of gear you cant use
    Sometimes I like to hike and think, And sometimes I just like to hike.

    Hiking is'ent about waiting for the storm to pass its about learning to hike in the rain.

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    Darn!!!
    That won't work for me with out major redesign on my pack.
    thanks Lazyriver road for the pics but I have to bow out of it.

    Thanks for the fast info.

    Miles of Smiles to you.
    grinder

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