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    Boulderman's Avatar
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    Quilts (WL, RAB), WBBB, OR Gaiters, and a tent...

    RAB Quantum Pertex Topbag converted to quilt. This is a great quilt that I'm sad to get rid of. It is very light and in great shape (only used 3-4 times). Comes with stuff sack and storage bag. Asking $140 shipped to lower 48.

    Wilderness Logics King Size topquilt. Also a great quilt used 3-4 times. I added 6 loops (3 on each side) and velcro around the neck for optional ground use. Great condition. Comes with stuff sack, WL fleece to catch breath moisture (never used), and storage bag. Asking $200 shipped to lower 48.

    WBBB 1.7 SL. Great hammock, just not for me. New condition, never slept in overnight. Line/strap suspension. $old.

    Outdoor Research Crocodile Gore-tex gaiters. $old.

    Alps Mountaineering Zephyr 2 tent. Great value tent. Lots of room for 1 person, cozy fit for 2. $100 shipped to lower 48.

    First with posted "I'll take X" gets it. I can provide additional pictures if wanted.
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    Will take the WBBB 1.7, can I also have the foot print? I have been looking for it for a long time.

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    WBBB sold pending payment.
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    abwillingham - your inbox is full; I can't reply to your PM...
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    how big is the rab? and what temp will it take me to?
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    The RAB quilt is about 75" long. Its insulated portion is about 40" wide at the top, and is 58" wide at the top total (including the uninsulated portion). It weighs in at around 16 oz. I've dipped into the 30s and was comfortable, I think it's probably a 35-40 degree quilt. It is filled with 200g (7 oz) of 850 fill-power down. It is baffled and I would guess the baffles are 1.5". Let me know if you have any other questions.
    Last edited by Boulderman; 06-26-2012 at 12:24.
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    Gaiters are sold.
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    Is the footbox sewn or snap w drawcord on the rab?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainhanger View Post
    Is the footbox sewn or snap w drawcord on the rab?
    It is sewn. I've included a pic for ya.
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