/ Arcteryx SL Jacket, Osprey Rucksacks, Buffalo Trs
1. Arcteryx Alpha SL Jacket, Platinum, Large. Bought on a whim a few weeks ago (!) and then I realised it wasn't really what I was after. It has been worn once for an hours wander around Aviemore, but that is all. I removed the original tags, but still have them.
£180 + P&P
2. Osprey Talon 44 Ltr Rucksack in blue. Owned for about a year and used for maybe 10-15 days in total. Some marking due to use (Mud etc!) but still works as new.
£45 + P&P
3. Osprey Talon 33 Ltr Rucksack in black. As above, although it has had a little bit more use.
£40 + P&P
4. Buffalo Salopettes size 42, Olive green. They are a bit short in the leg for me at 6'2" but are dead warm. I was given them a few years ago by a friend who had bought them whilst in the army for cold sentry duties in Kosovo, but I have never used them in anger. They do not have any noticeable wear and tear.
£25 + P&P
In all instances I will post via Royal Mail and will add postage at cost depending on where it is going. I can accept paypal, BACS transfer (preferred option) or cheque. I am based in Chester if anyone local wishes to face to face.
Hi, I would be interested in your buffalo pants. I'll try and mail you.
Is the Osprey Talon 44 Ltr Rucksack big enough for camping? I.e i meed to fit a sleeping bag prolite roll mat and various climbing gear?
I know this is cheeky, but would you consider £35 for the osprey 44 or £30 for the osprey 33?
Sorry for cheeky but I am a student!!
It's a fairly generous 44 compared to some makes. I've overnighted with it carrying an alpkit PD600, a thermarest mat and a terra nova laser plus the usual stove etc. I didn't have to strap anything on the outside or under the lid, it all went away neatly inside. There wasn't room left for technical kit, but I could have put a rope under the flap and made space inside by putting the tent up the side, for example.
No one else is after the Trs yet so they're all yours if you want them. :)
Hi, is the 44 bag still going?
Yeah, it's yours if you want it.
I have just discovered that a number of people have emailed me about these items but the emails have gone to my junk mailbox for some reason. (Other emails from ukc have not!?!) apologies for not responding to those individuals sooner, I will get back to you shortly.
Osprey 44 now sold.
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