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Helikon-Tex Foxtrot Mk2 belt rig

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I was impressed by @Thrud's, and had a look at buying one for myself.
For €59.90, I thought that was a reasonable price. But €70.99 for shipping? Are they having a laugh?

Anyone found these things anywhere else?
 

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Reasonably priced through eBay shipping from Germany
What is this eBay thing you speak of? :rolleyes:

I didn't even think to check there after I googled "buy helikon-tex foxtrot" ... and got nothing except US outfitters, all out of stock.
And there you go, a truckload in Germany. Maybe I'll order one, maybe I'll wait until I'm there again next year, and save even more.

Cheers, MDU!
 

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You could make yourself one, it is more expensive but you can customise it to your heart’s content. No more sweaty back!
Here’s one I prepared earlier....

 

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Okay, I officially have w-a-y too much gear. In that link you refer to, Thrud, I mention that I have a Zafar. I had to google that to find out what it is.
I do, in fact, have a Zafar, that I think I used all of once. It's a now deleted Maxpedition product. How about that?

So far, Military1st seems to have the best delivered price by a long way.
 

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+1 on SSA. Only sell what they have in store and still good despite moving to WA. Dropped in to change a pair of Swazi trousers, friendly and helpful.
 
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