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    Default Woot.com selling High sierra Summit 45 packs for 50 bucks

    Not affiliated in any way.

    May be a good cheap pack or loaner for someone going with you on weekenders.

    http://www.woot.com/offers/high-sier...242097#tracked

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    Default Woot.com recently sold High Sierra Appalachian 75 Internal Frame Pack for 60 bucks

    In addition to the High Sierra Summit 45 available today, Woot.com recently sold the High Sierra Appalachian 75 Internal Frame Pack for $59.99 (plus 5 bucks shipping, plus 3.90 sales tax = $68.89 total). Woot is owned by Amazon, so don't be surprised to see these same packs appear now and then on future Woot sales. I went in for the 75L pack figuring what-the-heck. Now, I need to go out and do some backpacking!!
    136 contiguous miles of MD + rocky PA-AT down, but 2042 miles to go

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    FWIW, here is the link to the old Woot sale on the 75L pack:
    http://sport.woot.com/offers/high-si...al-frame-packs

    Here is the pack on Amazon for about $110 (MSRP $260)
    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HA3E9A2/...ter_B00HPLOE18
    136 contiguous miles of MD + rocky PA-AT down, but 2042 miles to go

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    http://www.theclymb.com/shop/camp/packs/160

    They have several packs here at good prices.

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    Any place that insists that I sign up and give my email address before being able to browse isn't worth the potential hassle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocket Jones View Post
    Any place that insists that I sign up and give my email address before being able to browse isn't worth the potential hassle.
    And what site might that be Rocket Jones?

    Not Woot.com. If you want to buy yes. Browse no. Please never visit this site again. LOL.

    I forget That certain sites should be shared to a select few. Not haters.

    Just saying...

    later RJ!
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    The Clymb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnySnook View Post
    And what site might that be Rocket Jones?

    Not Woot.com. If you want to buy yes. Browse no. Please never visit this site again. LOL.

    I forget That certain sites should be shared to a select few. Not haters.

    Just saying...

    later RJ!
    He was referring to the site I mentioned. It asks you to sign in to look through it by either facebook or getting a login.

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    Caveat emptor: woot.com currently has a BBB rating of F

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinn View Post
    Caveat emptor: woot.com currently has a BBB rating of F
    Not to mention when I looked they were sold out of every backpack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinn View Post
    Caveat emptor: woot.com currently has a BBB rating of F
    I bought a day pack from them and it turned out to be a Kelty. Has been a good pack and the stitching and zippers and everything has been great. I've used it daily for a year now as a laptop bag along with day hikes occasionally. Shipping was quick also. As an earlier poster said, they are owned by Amazon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocket Jones View Post
    The Clymb.
    So not Woot.com.
    I've found that many of these discount sites you have to do your research. I've never visited Clymb. If you do your research you'll never be suckered into a bad deal.

    I always research the deal being offered. Many times it can be beat on amazon or ebay. I do find that if you're a smart shopper and use woot.com they offer great deals. Many better than anywhere else. They have to make money? Don't we all? Some deals are great others they make money off of.

    Just Sayin….

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