Author Topic: Now heavy is your pack for one night?  (Read 2679 times)

Troggy

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Re: Now heavy is your pack for one night?
« Reply #60 on: 16:03:08, 08/12/18 »
Excellent! So many old Jaguar 65's are about (and 75!) but I have to admit I cheated a bit, as I got mine off ebay a couple of monthgs back. It looks to be in really good nick, with none of the rubbery stuff peeling off and it's got a "Supercool" back, so I'm chuffed with it. It'd be good if we could meet up for a weekend and calling it the "Jaguar Club" or something. Chuck some of the old gear you've got in it and meet in Keswick or somewhere. Although I've cheated a bit with the Jag, I could use my Good companions bought in 1970 and it's still ok (till I took a knife to the grounsheet to make the tent a bit lighter...Drunk!) and a few other old bits of gear Ive collected along the way. 

fernman

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Re: Now heavy is your pack for one night?
« Reply #61 on: 17:00:44, 08/12/18 »
Prior to that I did own a fixed length version, but lost it after just a couple of years.  :(

How d'you manage to lose a big rucksack?  ???

ninthace

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Re: Now heavy is your pack for one night?
« Reply #62 on: 17:04:38, 08/12/18 »
How d'you manage to lose a big rucksack?  ???
  It is probably hiding with the odd socks.
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