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Craghoppers Cargo Expedition Trousers

Discussion in 'Member Classifieds' started by Totumpole, Jun 5, 2011.

  1. Totumpole

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    Sold Pending Funds
    A pair of Craghoppers Cargo Expedition Waterproof Trekking Trousers in Walrus (its a kind of green)
    Mint condition with tags, only ever tried them on (and found they are not long enough for me at 6ft2)
    36" waist (slightly elasticated)
    Inside leg length is about 27" (as measured by me)
    Aquadry Membranes
    7 Pockets (1 with water resistant zippers)
    RRP £65
    Available online for £40 - £60 + PP
    On sale for £35 incl RMSD

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    I wish these bad boys fit!!!

    May consider a trade, depending whats on offer.
     
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    Interested in these , what Sort of trades you interested in?
     
  3. Totumpole

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    Im in the market for leather pouches, bcb (or other) daysack (15-25l), sighting compass, telescopic fishing rod, reel, leather for sheath making, a tarp, hammock or any combinations of the above (for the less expensive items).
    What kinda bits you make? I had a look at your last leather belt pouch, but already have a wet moulded one.
     
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    I have a homemade yukon style aluminium stove I'd be interested in swapping for these trousers. If you're interested let me know and I'll post a pic or two.
     
  5. Totumpole

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    Fredster, that does sound interesting. Would be interested in seeing your pics.
    Im not sure I have a use for it at present, but I am starting to save for a canvas tent which would make a good home for it.
     
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    Here's some pics of stove. Not sure you would use it in a canvas tent though! Usual usage is out for the day load it up with small sticks etc and cook your lunch. I use it on my canoe missions. Made of aluminium so nice and light and folds flat.

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  7. Totumpole

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    I see Fredster, I thought you meant the enclosed type. Wishfull thinking on my part, would have been a very generous trade.
    Im afraid I wouldnt have a use for that at the moment. I'll stick with my hobo stove at the moment.
    Cheers for the offer though, looks pretty nifty. How much does it weight in at.
     
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    No worries mate. Weighs just shy of a kilo. If I can batter you down to £30 posted I'd still like to buy your trews though. You rigid on that price?
     
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    Sorry Fredster, was considering it, but due to tight funds I have to be rigid on the price, and have now had some one take them.
    Item sold pending funds.
    Thanks to all for looking, hopefully find some more bits to sell during the packing for my move.

    Colin
     
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    Many thanks for the quick delivery of the trousers Colin, I am very pleased with them.
    Cheers
    Andy
     
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    Glad they got there and that they fit.
    Enjoy!
    I'd be quite keen to know how waterproof they are once you've had some use out of them.
     

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