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  1. #176
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    SOLD SOLD SOLD
    M/L catch and release 120 + ship from Sandpoint. Iím 5í11 190# and there is plenty of room to go up or down in sizing. Jdslcmed has first wack but putting it here if that falls through. NIB. Pm with interest
    Last edited by Kootenai; 04-07-2023 at 02:23 PM. Reason: SOLD

  2. #177
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kootenai View Post
    M/L catch and release 120 + ship from Sandpoint. I’m 5’11 190# and there is plenty of room to go up or down in sizing. Jdslcmed has first wack but putting it here if that falls through. NIB. Pm with interest Attachment 454773Attachment 454774
    Wait I’m buying this!!

    edit to add: oh, now i see that i had dibs. phew! Gonna try this out and if it no worky for me, i'll do a C&R here first.

  3. #178
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    So @Climber Joe and I made a trade, my S/M for his M/L, and are both happy with the results. I'm 6' 155, 32" waist, 40" chest, long in the torso. I now have Joe's M/L which fits me just right. The front comes down to just cover my belt buckle/waist band when standing. Cinches down snug over just a t shirt, with room to spare.

    I think if you are over 5'-10" or so, or just long in torso, there's no reason to go with S/M, no matter how slim. Likewise, if you are under 5'-10", think twice before you size up because length may be an issue. The length is the biggest difference between the two sizes, as far as I can tell. The M/L is about 1.5" longer in the back and a little over 1" longer in the front.

    Hope this helps with the sizing questions others had.

  4. #179
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    Quote Originally Posted by waveshello View Post
    So @Climber Joe and I made a trade, my S/M for his M/L, and are both happy with the results. I'm 6' 155, 32" waist, 40" chest, long in the torso. I now have Joe's M/L which fits me just right. The front comes down to just cover my belt buckle/waist band when standing. Cinches down snug over just a t shirt, with room to spare.

    I think if you are over 5'-10" or so, or just long in torso, there's no reason to go with S/M, no matter how slim. Likewise, if you are under 5'-10", think twice before you size up because length may be an issue. The length is the biggest difference between the two sizes, as far as I can tell. The M/L is about 1.5" longer in the back and a little over 1" longer in the front.

    Hope this helps with the sizing questions others had.
    This is super helpful. Thank you. I got the M/L and was S/M curious. Hiking, the M/L was too big. In ski gear it seems great. Me: 5'11", 155.

  5. #180
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    Jan 2011
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    This really belongs in tech talk, but I’m gonna try here.

    Can you swap the air canister between two packs without needing a recharge? I have a vest, but would like a pack for certain applications. It would also be nice to just take out the air canister at times, and not have to go through the time and expense to refill it.

  6. #181
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    Quote Originally Posted by greasyslope View Post
    This really belongs in tech talk, but Iím gonna try here.

    Can you swap the air canister between two packs without needing a recharge? I have a vest, but would like a pack for certain applications. It would also be nice to just take out the air canister at times, and not have to go through the time and expense to refill it.
    Yes


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  7. #182
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2FUNKY View Post
    Yes


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    Much appreciated!

  8. #183
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2FUNKY View Post
    Yes


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    ThTs good to know, as I also have another pack to swap between, but hadnít put it in the vest yet

  9. #184
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    PSA - S&C and Backcountry have the S/M on sale right now. With Steep and Cheap having them under $120

    https://www.steepandcheap.com/dakine...s-vest-dak01e9
    "Poop is funny" - Frank Reynolds

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  10. #185
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    I used mine for the first time Sunday at WP. Itís a great Dad tactical vest for skiing with kids.

  11. #186
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    120$ includes shipping conus
    Last edited by Gepeto; 11-29-2023 at 10:03 AM.
    ​I am not in your hurry

  12. #187
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    Nov 2018
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    Iíve got a new s/m Iím looking to part with as well - same price


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  13. #188
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    Jul 2010
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    I'm in the market for a M/L if anyone is selling

  14. #189
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    Sep 2008
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    Seattle
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    Looking for an airbag setup for my poacher if anyoneís got an extra.


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