Feb 21, 2011 at 2:40 pm #1269519
*** UPDATES ON AVAILABILITY AND PRICE REDUCTIONS POSTED 22.Feb.11 7:20 PM US Mountain Time — See Below for Remaining Items *** If an item is marked "SOLD" then payment has been received and this item is no longer available. If an item is marked "SALE PENDING" then payment instructions have been sent but payment has not been received. If you did not receive payment instructions, but requested this item, then I'll keep track of your priority order if the sale falls through. If you sent a request in, but do not get a response, chances are you requested an item that was already spoken for. Due to the high volume of requests, I'm not able to reply to all emails unless your request is in line for a purchase. Thank you — RJ!
Used Backpacks For Sale
ALL PRICES INCLUDE SHIPPING VIA FEDEX GROUND OR USPS PRIORITY MAIL; NO SHIPMENTS OUTSIDE OF U.S.
Backpacking Light is turning over Wilderness Trekking School and old Product Review inventory and we have the following used backpacks for sale:
NEW – Never used
EXCELLENT – Used with only minor cosmetic wear visible
VERY GOOD – Used, cosmetic wear apparent, no functional wear (e.g., no rips, holes, broken zippers)
GOOD – Used with cosmetic wear apparent, and some minor functional wear that may need repair (e.g., small rips or holes, minor seam repair)
FAIR – Functionality can be restored with major repair needed (large holes, seams, etc.)
How To Purchase
*** DO NOT PM ***
1. Please send an email to email@example.com with the NUMBER (below is a numbered list of 1-23 packs) and NAME of pack below you are interested in specified in the SUBJECT LINE OF YOUR EMAIL.
2. We'll reply back with payment instructions (a paypal email address). All packs are sold as is and first come, first served. We can't offer any specs other than those that are offered below, including model years, weights, and other condition information.
LIST OF PACKS FOR SALE
*** SOLD *** 1. McHale Summit Pack – EXCELLENT – PRICE REDUCED: $125. Blue, 210d Spectra Ripstop, includes standard top lid, webbing belt, frame stays, and one water bottle/wand pocket. 23" frame length.
*** SOLD *** 2. McHale Subpop – VERY GOOD – $200. Red, 210d Spectra Ripstop, includes standard top lid/fanny pack, summit flap, hydration sleeve, shovel pocket, two water bottle/wand pockets, padded belt, webbing belt, frame stays, 23" frame length.
*** SOLD *** 3. Outdoor Research DryComp Ridge Sack – NEW – $50
*** SOLD *** 4. ULA Amp – EXCELLENT – $50
*** SOLD *** 5. Six Moon Designs Essence Size L – EXCELLENT – $50. Blue 210d Ripstop. Older model pack, but not 1st generation.
*** SOLD *** 6. Life Link Boundary Pack – GOOD – $25. Very little wear on this, some of the webbing has been cut off, easy enough to resew back on.
*** SOLD *** 7. REI Day Pack – $5. Green and grey, this pack is little, about 12 liters.
*** SOLD *** 8. The North Face – GOOD – $20. This is an oldie – a red, durable oxford climbing rucksack (frameless but with framesheet "padding"), padded belt and shoulder straps. VINTAGE!
*** SOLD *** 9. ULA/Arctic 1000 Dry Pack – VERY GOOD – $75
*** SOLD *** 10. ULA Arctic Dry Pack Size L – GOOD – $75
*** SOLD *** 11. ULA Arctic Dry Pack Size M – VERY GOOD – $100. Does not include the dry bag.
*** SOLD *** 12. CiloGear NWD 45L Worksack Size L – GOOD – $100. This one has to go to someone special because I've taken scissors to it and pretty much stripped it to a sack with belt, frame, shoulder straps, and top lid. It's well-used but still in very functional load carrying condition. A grommet has ripped out of the drawstring.
*** SOLD *** 13. GoLite Odyssey Size L – EXCELLENT – $75
*** SOLD *** 14. GoLite Pursuit Size L – EXCELLENT – $40
*** SOLD *** 15. Terra Nova Laser 35 – EXCELLENT – $25
*** SOLD *** 16. GoLite Ion Size S – EXCELLENT – $25
*** SOLD *** 17. GoLite Jam2 Size L Blue – VERY GOOD – $40
*** SOLD *** 18. GoLite Jam Size M Blue – GOOD – $25
*** SOLD *** 19. GoLite Jam2 Size S Women's Gray – GOOD – $25
*** SOLD *** 20. GoLite Jam Size L Green – GOOD – $25
*** SOLD *** 21. GoLite Rush Size L Orange – EXCELLENT – $25
*** SOLD *** 22. GoLite Jam Size M Women's – VERY GOOD – $40
*** SOLD *** 23. Osprey Hornet 46 – Size M/L – NEW – $75
*** SOLD *** 24. ULA Relay – VERY GOOD – $50
*** SOLD *** 25. Bozeman Mountain Works / Gossamer Gear Whisper G6 – VERY GOOD – $25
*** SOLD *** 26. GoLite Powder 8 – Size L – VERY GOOD – $25
*** SOLD *** 27. GoLite Pinnacle Grey Size L – EXCELLENT – $50
*** SOLD *** 28. Zpacks Blast 32 – VERY GOOD – $75Feb 22, 2011 at 12:33 pm #1700051
Updates posted 1:30PM regarding availability and price reductions; see above for details.Feb 22, 2011 at 12:44 pm #1700057
@bestbuilderLocale: Pacific Northwest
Ryan, are we to assume that if there was no response to our email about the item we wanted and now the item is listed as sold , we are not the buyer? Just looking for clarification.Feb 22, 2011 at 12:50 pm #1700061
Tad, from above: If you sent a request in, but do not get a response, chances are you requested an item that was already spoken for. Due to the high volume of requests, I'm not able to reply to all emails unless your request is in line for a purchase. Thank you — RJ!Feb 22, 2011 at 5:41 pm #1700198
Further price reductions made on remaining inventory. See updated list above.Feb 22, 2011 at 5:46 pm #1700200
Ryan- I sent payment on the Hornet at ~ 7:30 AM MST, might want to check your paypal account, the notification may have been "ate" by your spam filter :)
I can get a transaction number if needed
MikeFeb 22, 2011 at 10:03 pm #1700304
Interesting. I also sent payment for one of the Osprey Hornets at 5:37 P.M. CST. Must be a delay?Feb 23, 2011 at 6:09 am #1700373
maybe because they have more than one and the last one is SPF?Feb 23, 2011 at 10:13 am #1700457
@sharaldsLocale: Gallatin Range
There are/were multiples of some items.Feb 23, 2011 at 5:02 pm #1700718
well that might well be a record- I received my pack today-23rd (payment sent on the 21st)- thanks!Feb 24, 2011 at 12:03 pm #1701075
@sheepngeeseLocale: Ventura County (formerly PNW)
I received my pack today – the 24th. (Osprey Hornet)
Cheers Ryan!Feb 24, 2011 at 2:25 pm #1701147
What is the spine/torso measurement of this pack, per Dan's way of measuring it?Feb 25, 2011 at 12:12 pm #1701538
Just got my Hornet 46 today. Thanks Ryan!
Not sure if I measure the same way but here is what I found: Measured from top edge of pack (not the lid but the backpanel) to the bottom and got 19" in length. Probably not the correct way but basically the backpanel of the Hornet 46 M/L is 19"
I also remember reading somewhere that the M/L was for torso length 19" or longer.
Hope that helps.Feb 25, 2011 at 12:26 pm #1701542
Got my Hornet 46 also. Thanks!Feb 25, 2011 at 12:33 pm #1701545
My prototype Hornet also measures 19" from the top of the yolk to the seam at the bottom where the red and black material meet. So you've probably got a "Hornet 42 L," like our prototypes, and not a true Hornet 46 L. It's still a sweet pack. Today, I'm working on a modification to replace the two delrin frame stays with an upside down U, using titanium rod. We'll see if this adds some increased load stability (it adds no weight), or if I just have too much time and titanium on my hands.Feb 25, 2011 at 12:48 pm #1701555
@sheepngeeseLocale: Ventura County (formerly PNW)
My "Hornet 46" says: "Hornet 46" — on the bag…. does the "Hornet 42" prototype say this?Feb 25, 2011 at 1:09 pm #1701565
Yes–"Hornet 46." But we were told by Ryan, and also by the Osprey guy, that they were in fact a bit smaller. They estimated the prototypes were perhaps 42 liters, not 46.Feb 25, 2011 at 1:13 pm #1701569
@rbeardLocale: ATL, Southern Appalachia
nmFeb 25, 2011 at 1:20 pm #1701572
I'm going to load mine up this weekend and see if it fits and feels good. I've got a freaky long torso for only being 5'11" so I'll let you know if it doesn't work for me.Feb 26, 2011 at 7:45 am #1701794
Question to the group: Does anyone happen to know the backpanel length of the final production version (not one of the prototypes) of the Hornet 46?Feb 26, 2011 at 1:38 pm #1701943
@mocs123Locale: Southeast Tennessee
How does McHale's frame length relate to torso length. I am assuming it probably wouldn't fit me as I have a bit of a long torso but I just thought I would ask.Feb 26, 2011 at 8:47 pm #1702094
Looking into the Hornet, stil says 'sale pending' so I'm wondering if there are any left? Please let me know
JasonMar 1, 2011 at 4:20 am #1702960
@manuel-espejoLocale: La Cuchilla de los Santa.
I just opend the box and put in good use my Laser 35.
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