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Buddha

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Re: Most reliable brand?
« Reply #20 on: Oct 26 2004, 03:50 »

The North Face is a reliable brand but I'm Finnish so I must mention a very reliable Finnish brand: Halti. Excellent quality clothing, backpacks, tents and footwear for both climbing and hiking.

www.halti.fi
also in english

Maybe they have a reliable brand but that doesn't go for the website. Can't connect to it or anything.. ;)
« Last Edit: Mar 24 2005, 13:50 by 7summits »
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Re: Most reliable brand?
« Reply #21 on: Oct 29 2004, 11:43 »

Really??  ??? It works fine on my computer...
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Re: Most reliable brand?
« Reply #22 on: Oct 29 2004, 13:15 »

Now I got through.. The link that you posted has a space then a / which makes it go wrong... Silly me that didn't see that before!  :)
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Re: Most reliable brand?
« Reply #23 on: Oct 29 2004, 13:16 »

Did not work for me either, but I just noticed that your link has 2 extra spaces behind it, so that's why the browsers couldn't find it. Changed your link above, so now it works.

They have some interesting stuff, and a wide range.
But I wonder how warm a -30 sleeping bag really can be if it's 1300g?
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Re: Most reliable brand?
« Reply #24 on: Oct 30 2004, 00:30 »

Dr Gear says; " A sleeping back -30C and weight 1300 grams is a ful load of horse poop" 8)
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Re: Most reliable brand?
« Reply #25 on: Nov 1 2004, 14:13 »

Thanks guys for helping me out with the link...

I'm such a computer genius  ::)
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Re: Most reliable brand?
« Reply #26 on: Nov 1 2004, 17:05 »

Dr Gear says; " A sleeping back -30C and weight 1300 grams is a ful load of horse poop" 8)
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