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Can you guys tell me where I can get them and how much they will cost? I searched on the EMS and REI sites but couldnt find em. Maybe Im missing them? Thanks.
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Sat May 14, 2005 1:42 pm
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http://www.campmor.com/webapp/wcs/store ... pack+cover

Hey Brian,
Here are some from Campmor. Figure 10-40 bucks. I know REI has them and I'm sure EMS does too. I'll see if I can get a link.
Hope this helps,
Bill

Found 1 at REI $24
http://www.rei.com/online/store/Product ... REI_SEARCH

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Thanks Bill. Ill run into EMS up here and see what they have there, but if I dont find em Ill just order them off the net from REI.
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They are oddly missing from a lot of gear stores, aren't they? Mine is an EMS and woks really well. I'd be surprised if you couldn't find one at EMS, although I can't say I've stumbled over one recently.

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Or you could always use a large garbage bag with a slit cut in it like I did for the first 10 years of my hiking career. It's cheap and comes in handy for all kinds of things like picking up trailside litter, keeping clothes dry, and even carrying water from a stream.

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Hmmm, good idea Rob, I never thought of that. And it fits the budget rather nicely :lol: .
Brian


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