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FS - Monster Wilderness Equipment Pack
sleake
1/02/2012
8:36:12 PM
Hey guys and gals

I have a massive pack that has not been used for a few years after I was talked into it before my first NZ season by an overzealous salesman - I would hate to see what he takes for a climb.......

Anyway it is the Wilderness Equipment Mountain Expedition pack in Medium size - and from memory is 120 liters......... its HUGE

Been a good pack - got a bit of use first season - went up the Hooker and I somehow thought it would be a good idea to climb Aspiring with it - carried enough kit to put in about 4 camps up the ramp hahaha but then realized what overkill it was for the short missions.

Anyway..... I seem to be less of a salesman than the first guy was, but if you are doing a massive mission up denali/want to do a 3 week, unsupported walk/transport your murder victims deep into a state forest somewhere this thing can fit SO much stuff in, and then carry it well - I was lugging some insane loads with it in order to get a beer supply up to empress hut for New years Eve - possibly the worst decision of my life - whisky is far more economical for the weight concious!!

anyway here is the link, and ill flick you some picks if you email me at sleake62 at hotmail.com

http://www.wildequipment.com.au/backpack_detail.php?Code=WEMOUNT

$200 and its yours.

Im in wollongong through the week, but me or my girl head up to the bluies every weekend, and im sometimes down at nowra/pt perp. Happy to chuck it in the mail if you want to pay for it.

Cheers, Steve.

wallwombat
2/02/2012
1:20:12 AM
I have one and it's probably the best pack I have ever owned;

If I wasn't saving for a packraft I'd buy a second one.

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