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    Mountainfitter: Cuben Fiber Pack Liner, Dry Bags and 10% Off Coupon Code

    We are offering 2 new products to our line up. A 30L cuben fiber pack-liner for $29.95 and several sized (4x6,5x8,6x9,8x12,9x15) cuben fiber rolltop dry bags starting at $9.95. This is introductory sale and prices like this won't last forever.

    All of our dry bags are 100% bonded with no sewing or seam tape to leak. We used a CT5K cuben fiber to guarantee a durable leak free drybag. Even though we used a heavier weight material they are still much lighter then comparable silicone coated nylon dry bags.

    We have a very limited supply (6 for each size) so please act fast before they sell out. We currently only have them in black but should add a few more colors soon.

    On top of that we are offering a 10% off discount that can be used store-wide. At checkout you will need to enter HFSummer2010 to receive the discount. (Coupon Code Ends June 15, 2010)

    As always free shipping on orders over $50.00

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    Wow. I love my cuben stuff sacks. I bet these sell out today.

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    I ordered a 6x9. Thanks!


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    Got my 6x9 dry bag yesterday. Good quality!

    It took $5.00 s&h to ship a $1.05 package (I know there's some overhead costs), but I'm happy with the quality and am thankful for the HammockForums discount.

    Now I just need to figure out what I'm going to pack in the bag .


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    We have a "socialist" flat rate shipping policy and overall loose money on shipping. Most of our packages ship Fedex and cost alot more then $5.00 to ship especially when someone orders something over $50.00 and it ships for FREE. We used real time shipping quotes in the past but alot of people didn't want to pay the real cost which can be as high as $15.00 for a heavy $30.00 item. I am in business to grow customers, not sales. I am sorry you feel like you got ripped off on the shipping and if there is anything I can do please let me know.
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    More cuben fiber packliners and drybags are in stock! After the coupon code ends on June 15th the introductory sale price will end and pricing will go up.

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    The shipping rates are very attractive to me. I always factor shipping in to the purchase.
    $5 is cool for me
    Thank you
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    Yeah, I didn't mean to say it was a rip off, I was just thinking that a regular envelope would have fit just fine, and only cost would be the cost of a stamp - (44 cents?). Just seemed like overkill for cuben thing that size. I'd order again, as I said - I'm happy with my purchase.


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    If I could reduce my overall shipping charges I wouldn't have a problem giving free ground shipping on all orders.

    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountainfitter View Post
    If I could reduce my overall shipping charges I wouldn't have a problem giving free ground shipping on all orders.

    Cheers,
    Lawson
    Who do you ship with generally?

    I'm beginning to wonder if USPS Priority is maybe not the best route. I also lose $$ on nearly every shipment, but I don't feel comfortable charging as much as shipping costs.

    Oh, and those dry bags look sweet. I like them in black.
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