Group Buy Round Two: American Adventurist Edition - Last US Bag

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Dave

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Back by popular demand for round TWO, we are proud to offer the Last US Bag "Oscar's Mobile Hideout": American Adventurist Edition

Made right here in the good old USA, this bag was designed with input from our community HERE, and we reported on the beta version HERE. We are beyond stoked to be able to make more of these available to our members here!

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GROUP BUY ROUND TWO CLOSES 16 FEB 2021

PRICING
Price is $200 which includes free shipping to the lower 48.

*Full retail is $209 plus shipping and without the original American Adventurist logo.

Color Options:

There are 8 of these bags already made and ready to go!
***There are 5 gray and 3 tan available***

How do you get one? Follow these 4 simple steps:

1. Post in this thread with your SCREEN NAME and FIRST NAME and the color you want.

2. Go to the PayPal button (Donate) at the bottom of this screen and send your money.

3. Send me a PM once you have paid with your order details AND your shipping address!

4. Get your Oscar's Mobile Hideout when they arrive! Lead time is 4-8 weeks.
 
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WILDPEAK DREW GRAY
Cant believe I'm spending $200 on a trash bag! All joking aside I cannot think of a better conversation starter out on trails and at events having the huge American Adventurist logo on the bag. Tread Lightly + Organize your recyclables, trash, and compost. Meanwhile supporting an American Company with this purchase. Cheers all.
 

Dave

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WILDPEAK DREW GRAY
Cant believe I'm spending $200 on a trash bag! All joking aside I cannot think of a better conversation starter out on trails and at events having the huge American Adventurist logo on the bag. Tread Lightly + Organize your recyclables, trash, and compost. Meanwhile supporting an American Company with this purchase. Cheers all.
List updated, only 7 left!

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Dave

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Here’s a view of the strap and buckle system on the back of my tan bag.

Note the different rows of buckles top and bottom - moving the straps to the inner buckles allows you to secure it to narrower items than say a 35 or 37 inch spare. And this position also turns the whole thing into a large backpack in an emergency.

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