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    FlyCreek UL1, DIY TQ/UQ, Katadyn Vario

    Selling some used gear to fund other projects for AT thru hike.

    1) Big Agnes Flycreek Ul1 w/ footprint - Used 7 Nights Perfect Condition $250

    *Will Trade for BA Copper Spur UL2 or Tarptent Double Rainbow.

    2) Katadyn Vario Water Filter - $65


    3) Gregory z-55 Medium Torso- Very lightly used before moving to Golite Jam $125


    4)DIY Down TQ/UQ $200 + Shipping
    -Baffled Construction 38/32 oz respectively


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    Senior Member dammfast's Avatar
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    Is that $200 for both the top and underquilt?
    Dammfast

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    Member ShortTripHome's Avatar
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    what are the specs on the quilts i.e. fill, temp rating?

    thanks!

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    Also length of the quilts too.

    Fronkey

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    Sorry should have been more specific.

    It is $200 plus shipping for both quilts together.

    The underquilt measures 55"x 45" it has full length channel suspension.

    The topquilt is 74" in length, I'm 6' and it comes up over my mouth at full extension. It is 55" wide at the top and starts to taper starting at 30" down from the top, tapers down to 42" at the foot end of the quilt. It has a sewn footbox, but has a hook and loop closure comming up the back side of the quilt, so you can open it up close to flat. Has a snap closure at the head end as well.

    I'm not really sure of the fill weight of the down or the quantity used. I would say I went a little overboard on how much down I put in there. So far I've used the quilts down to the mid 20's and was warm.

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    Senior Member dammfast's Avatar
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    Fine!!!! I'll take the Quilts!!

    PM incoming.
    Dammfast

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    Unofficial Trail Dozer halfastronomical's Avatar
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    deuce dibs

    I call second dibs if D-Fast mysteriously comes up missing....lalalalala

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    Member ShortTripHome's Avatar
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    congrats on whoever gets them...seems like fine craftsmanship and great deal!

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    Payment Received. Quilts Sold.

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