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#1 Posted : Friday, March 23, 2012 2:18:52 PM(UTC)

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A month or so my dad to get Germany and I want to take advantage of his trip to get away backpack trips (and cheaper than Earth).
Specifically I am looking to purchase Gregory or another, even second-hand, that city a little more than its price.
What stores can I find tours in Germany? Where your two sites such as halfway houses for sale and purchase of second-hand products in Germany? Or better yet, where can I buy this backpack specifically.
Thanks in advance for help.
#2 Posted : Friday, March 23, 2012 3:38:33 PM(UTC)

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Where in Germany?

Here is a list of places you can get Gregory's equipment in Germany:
In most cases, experience, these lists are not always 100% correct and up to date, so you should enter the specific sites and to make sure that what you are looking for exists in the store is in stock. If necessary to close your store on this corner (hopefully they know English).

Secondhand sites in Germany? I have no idea. Try eBay Germany's. Ebay.de40991.5334027778 ninelives99
#3 Posted : Friday, March 23, 2012 10:19:09 PM(UTC)

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Country Germany.

If he moves to Munich that will store:
(The site is in German but you can always use google translate)

4 or 5 floors of climbing, hiking and camping equipment, it's pretty downtown and there's also extra pages, they also sell site Gregory (but don't be fixed).
I bought two Deuter act lite pods, one outlet and had sold at half price.

Don't forget that local products (perhaps even Europeans in General) has a tax refund i.e. 10% more discount you get cash at the airport.

And of course in general have little shmautoti to buy in the USA-for example-75 bltoro in Germany costs € 290 (385$) at REI for $ 319 (no operation)40991.8115625 me
#4 Posted : Saturday, March 24, 2012 1:52:08 AM(UTC)

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The Germany's largest professional equipment is Globetrotter. Found in most large cities with very impressive — some include climbing walls, pools, cooling, etc.
Another successful chain store is: http://www.bergzeit.de/

In principle it's not firm, Gregory so common in Germany, therefore appears less common calendars. There's a much better chance to find a German or European manufacturers item-deuter, jack wolfskin, Lowe Alpine, Vaude.

Used equipment plaques:

It rises from Germany.
#5 Posted : Sunday, March 25, 2012 4:53:14 PM(UTC)

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Not familiar with forums in German but I tried at outdoorsmagic.com to see if anyone is selling 2nd hand and sends. In my experience this site reliability people
You can also try on BPL to ask if anyone knows German Forum
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