Gear Closet Cleanout: Tents, Bags, Quilts, Packs, Cookware

All prices include shipping in the US, no international shipping, Shipping will be USPS First class if under 1 lb, Priority over 1lb, or FedEx Ground for larger items. Venmo preferred but I will accept Paypal Friends and Family. I’m always open to negotiate, especially on multiple items.

I’ve sold many pieces of gear on this site over the years, feel free to check my post history or my 100% positive feedback Ebay account:

*Including pics on second post because the site crashes every time I try to make this post and the image upload system here is just awful.

1) Splitwing Mesh Body Inner Tent

New, just set up in the yard once. I bought this as a package with the tarp, but I have no use for this as I just bring a different shelter if I expect heavy bugs. Can be pitched by itself or with any other tarp.  Includes stuffsack, no stakes.


Asking $125

2) Mountain Hardwear HyperLamina Spark 32* Sleeping Bag

I accidentally bought a size regular when I needed the long. This is tight for me at 6’3″, but would be perfect for someone closer to 6′. I forgot to return this to the store within the allotted return period. Includes compression stuffsack and mesh storage bag.


Asking $170

3) Granite Gear , Long Torso(21-25″)

This is a lightly used pack which I really enjoy, but I also have the 38 liter version as well as two other 60 liter packs. No rips, holes, tears or major blemishes of any kind. This is the previous version with the mesh side pockets.


Asking $130

4) Granite Gear Dagger Day Pack, Green Fatigue

Used on one day hike, still like new condition.


Asking $75


5) REI Co-Op Half Dome Two Plus, Green Color

Used on one overnight trip. Includes everything that came with the tent, includes stakes.


Asking $180


6) Western Mountaineering Nanolite Quilt. 6’4″ size

Used ~7 nights, always hung and dried before storing. Excellent condition.
I’ve slept comfortably down to around freezing with capilene top, bottoms, and beanie with the quilt cinched up. In my opinion, the WM quilts have the most efficient method of keeping heat in with the pad attachment and insulated yoke. I’m only selling the this because I also have the Astralite, making this a bit of a redundancy for me. Includes stuffsack and cotton storage sack.

Skurka Review:

*Please note that I have removed the shock cord lacing from the back as I found it caused needless hassle in getting in and out of the quilt and the pad straps and insulated yoke do a superb job of sealing in heat without it.

Asking $300


7) Thermarest Prolite Pad, size Large(77″25″), Brand New

New in package, another item I fogot to return before the return period expired.

Asking $85


8) Lightheart Gear SoLong 6 Tent, Camoflauge

Tent was seam sealed by Lightheart.

This is a tent that has served me well for ~30 nights through snow, wind, and rain.  Only selling because I bought the updated version. This is my top recommendation for a solo tent for tall folks. At 6’3″ I find there is plenty of space, even with two 60lb dogs sharing the tent.

There are no rips, holes, or tears. The only issue is one of the tie-out loops has pulled off as shown in the pictures. This would be incredibly easy to fix. Includes stuffsack, no stakes.

Asking $190


9) GSI Kettle with Optimus Crux Stove

Kettle used a couple of times to boil water, I just have no real use as I don’t drink coffee or tea. Small puncture hole in the lid as pictured. Stove is the folding version and is well used with plenty of life left. Looking to sell as a package.

Asking $30


10) Leatherman Blast Multitool, Like New
Sheath shows a tiny bit of wear, but the tool itself barely used

Asking $45