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    FS: Thermarest & Poncho/Tarp & Reactor Extreme

    All the items are new and never used.

    1. Thermarest Prolite Regular $60 Shipped CONUS
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    2. SOLD Sea To Summit Ultra-Sil Tarp-Poncho, blue in color. SOLD Shipped CONUS
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    3. SOLD Sea to Summit Reactor Extreme ThermoliteŽ Liner SOLD Shipped CONUS
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    Increases sleeping bag performance by up to 25°F (14°C) with super-insulating 110g/m˛ ThermoliteŽ fabric. ThermoliteŽ is a hollow core fiber that provides extraordinary warmth for its weight and remains extremely breathable. Spacious design allows for a comfortable night’s sleep, even when the mercury plummets. Perfect for extending the season of your sleeping bag.

    110g/m2 ThermoliteŽ construction throughout
    Adds up 25°F (14°C) to warmth to a sleeping bag
    Mummy shape with a box foot
    Draw cord hood with mini cord lock
    Packs into its own Ultra-Sil™ stuff sack
    Color of liner is orange
    Weighs 14 oz / 399g
    Dimensions: 84” / 210cm x 36” / 90cm
    See our FAQ for information on choosing and caring for liners
    Last edited by lubbockhammockguy; 03-26-2012 at 09:03.

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    Senior Member doc's Avatar
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    Pm sent about pad

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    Response to PM: All the items are new and never used.

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    PM sent about liner

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    Items are still available

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    New Member Kashmir's Avatar
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    I'll take the poncho and liner.. please pm me you're PayPal details.. BTW how large of pack will the poncho comfortably cover?

    Thanks

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    I only have a 45L pack, but I have heard of it covering a 85L pack.

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    New Member Kashmir's Avatar
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    Should work well for my purposes Payment sent for poncho and liner.
    thanks

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    Poncho and sleeping bag liner have been sold, but the Thermarest is still available.

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