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    Senior Member ikemouser's Avatar
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    Arc'teryx Bora 80 Slightly used

    Bora 80 pack. It is in great condition. It has a detachable top that can be worn around the waist. It is extremely comfortable and puts just about all the load on the hips. It is blue and black in color. It has very little wear, i only took it out a few times, as i never could fill it up all the way-never had that much gear. My dad bought it for me when i was about 17 or 18-guessing i cant remember. I am 23 now. So the pack has been on about 5 trips, each trip about 3-4 days-this is why the wear is not very much. Will post pics when my wife gets back-she knows how to post them. SCROLL DOWN FOR PICS

    Size:
    M

    Features:

    Outer kangaroo pack for wet items (velcro + zipper)
    Pocket inside for large hydration bladder
    Removeable waist pack
    Seperate compartment in bottom for sleeping bag/dry gear
    (compartment seperated from top storage by draw string setup, pulls tightly closed)
    Drink holders on both sides of pack
    80L
    water resistant double layer

    notes:
    i love this pack, but am selling it to get an AARN for medical reasons. The front packs are supposed to take less weight off your back.

    Price paid: $350
    Asking: $180 FREE SHIP

    This is a Pic of the one I have, to show what it looks like:
    http://s7ondemand1.scene7.com/is/ima...zm_product.jpg

    For those of you who need an 80L pack and can fit a medium, you will love this pack. This is the best BACKpack i have ever owned.
    Last edited by ikemouser; 07-14-2009 at 16:43.

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    I got one of these (in Large) for my back-packing trip to the Philmont Scout Ranch 3 years ago. Sadly I did fill it up; that experience (and some seemingly permanent dead nerves in one foot as a result) set me on the lighter weight backpacking path.

    It does weigh nearly 9 lbs, but if you are going to haul 50 or 60 lbs around this is definitely the pack to do it in.

    Grizz

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    I also have this pack (older version from 2001), and will vouch for the product also. Very comfortable pack and sturdy. I took this when I sectioned AT Harper's Ferry WV- Bear Mountain, NY. Held up like a champ, if you wanna cut a little weight the top/hip belt could be left behind. I too am looking at going lighter, but I love this pack too much to part with it.

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    Senior Member ikemouser's Avatar
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    i think mine is around 6lbs. 9lbs may be the large or xlarge. Yea it is extremely comfortable, You dont feel the weight as much as you think since its all pushed down to your hips. I like it alot, will be sad to see it go. But I hope someone will like it.

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    Yep me too in the got one department....

    carried it one time. I call it the stratoloungerpack. Next time I want to see mine used in on a well paid sherpa.

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    Ok so here are the pics:

    Side view of Pack:



    Kangaroo Pouch Detail:


    Double Seal Drawstrings and underside of detachable wearable hippack:



    Drawstring that seperates top layer pack from bottom layer stuff:

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