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FS: 2009 Go-Lite Odyssey, 2010 ULA Circut, and BPL Absoroke – All Large Packs and Large Belts


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    Rodney
    Spectator

    @rodney-m

    Locale: Northeast Oregon

    The first pack I am offering for sale is a 2009 Go-Lite Odyssey.
    This pack is virtually new having been used only 5 nights in the Teton
    and Washakie Wilderness of northern Wyoming. I have not used it much
    because the hipbelt just does not fit right. For me,the panel/wings
    of the belt needs to extend further on my hip bone. But it fits many
    other people quite well. I never had more than 35 pounds in this pack. But Go-Lites
    original spec for this pack listed the load capacity / limit as 50
    pounds. It is a big pack and you can find the specs at the following
    link which is a good review of the Oddessy. This pack is now available with reduced price and free shipping CONUS. Get this pack for $125.

    http://www.backpackgeartest.org/reviews/Packs/Internal%20and%20
    External%20Framed%20Backpacks/GoLite%20Odyssey%20Pack/Test%20Report
    %20by%20Ray%20Estrella/

    Next for sale is a 2010 ULA Circuit. I purchased this from ULA in
    the late spring of 2010. There is a small pinhole in the very bottom
    of the pack which has been repaired by ULA. It was repaired with a
    sown in patch both inside and outside. See the photos. I used the
    ULA Circuit for 20 days and nights in the north half of Washington,
    on the PCT through the northern Cascades. Then I used in the the
    Montana Rocky Mountains for 15 nights. Every part of the pack is
    working / functioning as intended and the fabric shows no wear that
    I have spotted. I do not have the finger loops that attach to the
    shoulder strap. But the ULA Circuit I am selling has the bottle
    holders to be placed on the shoulder straps.

    I love this pack and carried close to 40 lbs in it a couple of
    times in the Rockies. But, my frame has shrunken a bit with age
    and the pack no longer fits me properly. Otherwise I would keep it.
    So I have thought of listing it for sale a number of times. But never
    got around to listing it. This pack is now available for the reduced price of $115 and free shipping CONUS.

    The third pack is a BPL Absaroka. It is brand new and unused without
    the tags. It also is a size large pack and large hipbelt. It is
    reviewed and specified at BPL. Neat pack and concept. It just never
    really fit my needs. The Absaroka is now available to you for $95 with free shipping CONUS.

    Have a great day and thanks for taking a look at these packs.
    You can PM me if you have any interest, questions or need different
    photos. Photos follow. All payments by PayPal.

    Rodney

    Odyssey frame and suspensionSide viewFront view with large pocketCircut frame and suspensionCircut front view with large mest pocketCircut hipbelt pockets.patch about 1" X 1"
    src="/backpackinglight/user_uploads/1405289589_108037.jpg" width="550" />Absaroke side viewShapeable aluminum support hoop included.

    #2120721
    Rodney
    Spectator

    @rodney-m

    Locale: Northeast Oregon

    Bump for weekend as well as significantly REDUCED PRICES

    Rodney

    #2120730
    Jonathon Self
    BPL Member

    @neist

    Locale: Oklahoma

    Might be interested in the Absaroka. The sticking point is how true to size is the hip belt?

    I'd be right at the 35-36 inch range, and I'm afraid if I lost some weight it'd simply be too large.

    Thanks!

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    Rodney
    Spectator

    @rodney-m

    Locale: Northeast Oregon

    It is difficult to say if a hipbelt is true to size. Each pack manufacturer has their own guidelines. I have a 40 inch waist relaxed. I put the pack on and fastened the hipbelt. There is 9 inches between the two wings / pads on either side of the hips.

    I hope that helps a bit. Thanks for looking. If you have any more questions or want additional photos let me know.

    Thanks,
    Rodney

    #2122958
    Rodney
    Spectator

    @rodney-m

    Locale: Northeast Oregon

    SALE PENDING ON 2010 ULA CIRCUIT

    #2123838
    Rodney
    Spectator

    @rodney-m

    Locale: Northeast Oregon

    The 2010 ULA Circuit has sold. Check out the other two packs.

    Rodney

    #2123841
    Brian Mix
    BPL Member

    @aggro

    Locale: Western slope, Sierra Nevada

    Just stepping in to say that the Absaroka is a very comfortable pack. I use mine mainly for day hikes with the family where I'm carrying a heavy load of food and beverages. These packs excel in carrying weight comfortably.

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