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Rezarf
04-17-2012, 06:39 PM
I have a like new (used like 3 times) Vaude Snow Walker 35 day pack. Designed for snowshoeing but I have used it as an all around day pack. Its the competitor to Deuter in Germany but I don't see them much in the USA. Its a quality pack for sure, on or near the top shelf makers.

It has a mesh/suspension back panel and lots of tie down/straps for rigging snowshoes onto it. Top loader, top panel pocket, water bladder storage with a pass through. Adjustable back panel to fit different users M-XL. Pockets on the hip belt for camera/phone... its a nice pack, I just wish it fit better. I have a long torso and a round belly and it just doesn't fit me quite like I'd hoped. They retail about $150-200 or so. I'll do $75

Specs on the new 2012 model here (http://www.vaude.com/epages/Vaude-de.sf/secdcApGOhQsHU/?ObjectPath=/Shops/Vaude/Products/10967/SubProducts/109670690) Mine is blue and looks exactly like this...

http://thewall.gr/shop/images/VAUDE_SNOW_WALKER_35.jpg

back panel suspension (same model different color)
http://s.stpost.com/eccStoreFront/product_images/3673P/f_3673P_2.jpg

I can get some pics up soon, thought I'd throw it out here before sending it to Feebay.

From the website:

VAUDE SNOW WALKER 35

The perfect backpack for longer snowshoe tours with an excellent, individually adjustable back ventilation. Fixation for 3 pairs of snowshoes - perfect for family tours!


Features

Top loader - easy access even with attached snowshoes - information panel for alpine emergency situations under the lid - lid pocket - reinforced front areas - map compartment - front and side attachment points for snowshoes - lightweight hip belt with zip pocket - removable hip belt - padded, length adjustable shoulder straps - sternum strap with whistle - opening for hydration system
weight: 1250 g
volume: 35,000 l
measure: 48,00 x 26,00 x 18,00 cm

Material
420 D small Diamond Ripstop Polyamid Polyurethan coated, 600 D Polyester Polyurethan coated

Rezarf
04-21-2012, 12:36 AM
I'd like to move this...

$50 bucks