FS: Patagonia, Sugoi, PrAna, Rab, Smartwool, Icebreaker, CW-X, Verve and Scarpa



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thatkid2 · · Chicago, IL · Joined Jan 2010 · Points: 0

All these clothes have plenty of life left in them.  Some are even new.  Prices do not include shipping.

Sugoi Bike Jersey.  Size M. Brand new $35

Patagonia standup short Size 32. $25

Rab Treklite pant.  Amazing softshell.  I never wear them as I have too many softshell pants. Size 32. $55

CW-X running pant 3/4 length.  Size S. $30  Worn twice.


Limited edition Verve pant.  Only a handful of these were made and then they couldn't source the fabric again.  The fabric is stupid durable. Verve quality throughout and made in the USA.  One small hole in left leg from a jumping fire ember. Size S.  $55

Socks are all size M.  First two pairs are Wigwam, next 3 pairs are smartwool and the first pair is the pair that has been worn. Last pair is thesockguy - Thule branded. $5 each

First pair is a synthetic dry max hiker and the other pair is is Goodewe. $5 each

Scarpa Gecko Shoes Size 40.5 Brand new in box. $100

Can't find the pictures I took of them, but they look no different than a google search or on scarpas site.

thatkid2 · · Chicago, IL · Joined Jan 2010 · Points: 0

Bumping up

Melatonin Penguin · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Apr 2017 · Points: 0

I'd be interested in the 200 bodyfit - message me your lowest price?

Looking for some cheap Merino

thatkid2 · · Chicago, IL · Joined Jan 2010 · Points: 0
Christopher Sinclair wrote:

I'd be interested in the 200 bodyfit - message me your lowest price?

Looking for some cheap Merino

That is my lowest price.  I price things to be a deal and avoid haggling.  Cheapest price online for similar is almost double.  Retail on a new one is $90.

Mark Hespenheide · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Oct 2011 · Points: 0
thatkid2 wrote:

That is my lowest price.  I price things to be a deal and avoid haggling.

Dear God, thank you.  Asking "what's your lowest price?" is insulting.  Either make an offer, explain why you think it should be cheaper with some solid reasoning, or ask about a discount on multiple items.  Or wait a while and check back in.  I know we're all dirtbags here and proud of it, but learn some reasonable negotiating skills.

Melatonin Penguin · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Apr 2017 · Points: 0

Just a question guys jeez. If you don't expect people to haggle here your crazy. At least I'm bumping his post by responding 

thatkid2 · · Chicago, IL · Joined Jan 2010 · Points: 0

Post has been updated for what's left

thatkid2 · · Chicago, IL · Joined Jan 2010 · Points: 0

bumpity bump

thatkid2 · · Chicago, IL · Joined Jan 2010 · Points: 0

bump

thatkid2 · · Chicago, IL · Joined Jan 2010 · Points: 0

bumping again

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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