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PostSun Dec 23, 2001 9:27 pm 
Add your favorite online stores below... Before we get to the shops, don't forget these: Go to yahoo or google and search for [merchant name] + "coupon" ebates.com (save even more money on your online purchases at most major etailers) TLB (backpacking.net), cascadeclimbers.com, or ouddoorreview.com classifieds Froogle (google shopping) Yahoo Shopping (includes many of the stores below) Burton Blunt Snowboard Lib Tech Travis Rice www.altrec.com - 100% Satisfaction Guarantee and free shipping on orders over $45! Element Outfitters FREE gift with purchase argear.com (adventure racing site with some cool toys and decent prices) backcountrygear.com backcountry.com (free shipping > $50) backcountry-equipment.com BASK Bent Gate Mountaineering beprepared.com seems to be really good price and reliability wise. Don't know about returning goods but, I haven't found anyone that matches most of their pricing. Just passing along the wealth (or savings). campmor.com CampingTentDeal.com - they post sales on tents chinookmed.com - specifically for medical gear in the backcountry ems.com (eastern mountain sports) geartrade.com (decent selection of new and used gear) mchalepacks.com - My favorite backpack ever! biggrin.gif mec.ca (mountain equipment co-op, canada) moosejaw.com (find a lower price? email them and they'll beat it) mpgear.com Northern Mountain Supply rei.com and reioutlet sierratradingpost.com SleepingBagDeal.com - they post sales on sleeping bags sportsbasement.com (free shipping / use coupon code "connectors" for another 10% off) steepandcheap.com telemark-pyrenees.com travelcountry.com (classiest folks I've ever dealt with and free shipping to boot) Ride Berzerker Snowboard Pacific Northwest Independent Gear Shops Element Outfitters FREE gift with purchase- Idaho AAI Equipment Shop Bellingham/Fairhaven Feathered Friends - Seattle Summit Haus - Ashford e-omc Oregon Mountain Community Mountain Country - Gold Bar Pro Mountain Sports - Seattle's U District Mountain Gear - Spokane Gear Stash, 164 Bjune Drive, Bainbridge Island Second Ascent - New and used gear, Ballard/Seattle Rental Gear AAI Equipment Shop Bellingham/Fairhaven-Backpacks, Light and Spacious Tents, Trekking Poles, Stoves, Snowshoes, Gaitors, Ice Axes and more!

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PostThu Aug 01, 2002 6:32 am 
Merino Wool Clothing
I can't wear polypro or any of it's cousins so I decided to try a SmartWool t-shirt despite the high cost. But I couldn't find any. Apparently they're redesigning them. But I found this company in New Zealand that makes merino wool outdoor gear. They carry everything from camisoles to thick, heavy, felted coats. I got a long-sleeved, lightweight t-shirt. It's as soft as silk and the price is better than SmartWool. It's Outside Sports: http://www.outsidesports.co.nz/

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PostSat Nov 13, 2004 12:41 pm 
http://backpackingdeals.com/ http://www.brasslite.com/ http://www.cabelas.com/index.jhtml http://www.campmor.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/StoreCatalogDisplay?storeId=226&catalogId=40000000226&langId=-1 http://www.trailquest.net/dlgc.html http://www.sahalie.com/jump.jsp/?itemID=0&itemType=HOME_PAGE http://golite.com/ http://www.northernmountain.com/killerdeals.asp http://www.midwestmtn.com/ http://www.ortlieb.com/prod_en.php?lang=en http://www.owfinc.com/ http://www.pacoutdoor.com/ http://www.poweredoutdoors.com/ http://www.therangerdigest.com/Tips___Tricks/tips___tricks.html http://www.sportsmansguide.com/ http://www.sundayafternoons.com/?id=17660148328&sp=hats http://www.luxurylite.com/ http://www.wildthingsgear.com/index.html http://www.llbean.com/ http://www.westernmountaineering.com/

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PostTue Oct 11, 2005 8:32 am 
and another...
I would recommend www.shoebuy.com as an option among online retailers although they don't focus on just hiking and outdoor activities. They do carry a wide assortment of shoes, backpacks and clothing! I recently bought my Hi-Tec shoes and Kelty backpack from their site which came with free shipping and returns and no sales tax. How many sites offer that? And also if you need to shop for anything it's great for that too!

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PostMon Apr 12, 2010 12:16 pm 
www.prolitegear.com Specialized in light weight backpacking gear, some brands like Rab that are hard to find www.basegear.com Portland, OR internet based store that has some really good sales occasionally. If you live in Portland, OR they will let you swing buy to try on and pick up your gear. Hard to find brands (Rab, Montane, etc)

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PostMon Dec 20, 2010 7:34 am 
Has anyone had any dealings with Basegear.com ? They're located in the Portland area & look to be only online. I never heard of them before. They appear to have a great selection of gear. How are they on returns?

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