DCF food bags and stuff sacks

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DCF food bags and stuff sacks

Postby ULhikerAU » Mon 18 Mar, 2019 10:49 pm

My online store has just opened where you can find a DCF foods bags similar to Zpacks, LiteAF and Hyperlight Mountain Gear and you don't have to wait weeks to get it. I've also got dyneema stuff sacks, roll top dry bags, wallets and zipper pouches. I was sick of not being able to find anyone selling ultralight DCF gear here in Australia so I decided to open an online store and have a crack at providing it to the hiking community. Now you can shop from a small cottage Australian company.

Website is http://ultralighthiker.com.au

I'd love to hear from people in this forum about gear they wish they could get over here and I'll see what I can do. :D

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Roll Top Dry Bags


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Roll Top Dry Bags - DCF


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Food Bag Med-Wide


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Zipper Pouch - DCF


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Re: DCF food bags and stuff sacks

Postby wildwanderer » Thu 21 Mar, 2019 10:16 pm

Welcome!

Good luck with the business.

Stuff we cant get over here without paying high shipping(to my knowledge)
- polycro ground sheets
- Dyneema cord for tent guylines etc. Tiny toggles etc
- hipbelt pouches
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Re: DCF food bags and stuff sacks

Postby ChrisJHC » Fri 22 Mar, 2019 8:14 am

Having just taken out a second mortgage to buy a DCF tarp I’d say there would definitely be a market for those!
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Re: DCF food bags and stuff sacks

Postby ChrisJHC » Fri 22 Mar, 2019 8:15 am

Oh, and good luck with the shop!
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Re: DCF food bags and stuff sacks

Postby Warin » Fri 22 Mar, 2019 9:42 am

wildwanderer wrote:- Dyneema cord for tent guylines etc. Tiny toggles etc


Kite lines of spectra are light, strong, does not stretch .. and can be had off fleebay.

Toggles to match it .. not found. I connect the tends to larger diameter cord for use with toggles or knots. The kite string is too small and slippery to be fussed with it on the ends, a bowline works well for fastening.
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Re: DCF food bags and stuff sacks

Postby cricket117 » Fri 28 Jun, 2019 9:23 pm

I just found your website through a web search for DCF stuff sacks Australia and was stoked and straight away ordered some stuff sacks. I also enjoyed reading the blog posts!
One piece of gear I wish we could get over here is a lightweight stuff sack pillow kind of thing with a fleece liner on one side like what hyperlite mountain gear makes :D
Good luck with the business!
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