Lowered - Dana Design ArcFlex Alpine - 5000 Cubic Inches - Size Medium - $175.00 -----------



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Pine Sap · · Estes Park, CO · Joined Feb 2007 · Points: 0

Made in Boseman, Montana. Heavy duty back packing and mountaineering pack. Size medium, approximately 18" - 20" torso length. Highly regarded for comfort carrying heavy loads.

Features:

- 5000 plus cubic inches capacity.

- Suspension is 1 internal aluminum stay and frame sheet. Fiberglass rods run from the outside corners to the load lifter buckles. External padded back-panel.

- Top lid pocket, main body and zippered lower sleeping bag compartments. Lid converts to a fanny pack.

- External beaver tail shove-it pocket.

- Extension/sealing skirt adds additional capacity when extended.

- Side wand pockets.

- Front of torso water bottle holder and small pocket.

- Heavy duty Cordura pack cloth in green. The color is not faded.

- Includes 1 unused strap-on front pouch for crampons, etc. There is a lid panel also for attaching crampons. Additional 500 cubic inches.

- Daisy chains and ice axe loops.

- Retractable bottom for carrying smaller loads.

The pack is in very good used condition. It does have a few scuffs and  abrasions, mainly on the lower compartment. The worst being the lower left corner of the sleeping bag compartment. These are on the outer surface and are not punctured through. In addition, this entire compartment has a double layer of fabric. The pack cloth coating is not peeling.

New price $175.00, lowered from $200.00. Plus cost of shipping. FFPP or please add 4%. Check or postal money order is also good if you are willing to wait until they clear before I ship.

  http://www.trailspace.com/gear/dana-design/arcflex-alpine/








Pine Sap · · Estes Park, CO · Joined Feb 2007 · Points: 0

Bump for lowered price.

DevinLane · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Mar 2012 · Points: 0

Great bag and definitely marks the end of an era at DD. But honestly would be surprised if you get $50 for this. Better off donating to a well deserving charity.

If someone does buy it, you're in for a treat. Still have an Alpine from 97.

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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