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post #121 of 132

You can definately return the jacket still. I'm a checkout person at REI and we take things back for that all the time. Bring it in and no worries!

post #122 of 132

Keep the jacket. Odds are the weight will come back. And global warming will cause a reversal of the Atlantic current leading to a new ice age. 

post #123 of 132
Love REI.
post #124 of 132

Thank yo so much! I am a small person, and bought a doublenest hammock, knowing my brother had one. It got way too cold at night, and I had two blankets are still not helping. My brother and father are doubting I could take it back, so this gives me hope, because I spent $117 on the hammock including extra parts. Thank you!

post #125 of 132

This is what makes REI a great place to shop. They will take anything back... most of the time no questions asked except maybe for shoes but I've done it and others have too. Its their policy you dont need to feel bad about returning something that you wore and  are not satisfied with.

 

Backcountry.com and I think Altrec.com have about the same policy....

post #126 of 132
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Originally Posted by stomparound85 View Post

This is what makes REI a great place to shop. They will take anything back... most of the time no questions asked except maybe for shoes but I've done it and others have too. Its their policy you dont need to feel bad about returning something that you wore and  are not satisfied with.

 

Backcountry.com and I think Altrec.com have about the same policy....

I returned a pair of hiking boots because on a five day trip the vibram at the toes was already worn down to the welt.  No problem returning them.  Now I need to find a pair of crampon compatible mid weight hiking boots with actual rubber Vibram (montagna block they call it) instead of the plastic crap everything besides climbing boots seems to have.  Any suggestions?   

post #127 of 132

I took back a year old pair of glove liners that I forgot to return.  They took it back right after Christmas time here and I even told them they were a year old.  Granted they were unused and still had a receipt but...

 

~S

post #128 of 132

This snowboarder REALLY tests the return policy. I don't think the jacket would be an issue at all!

 

post #129 of 132
A$$holes like that are going to blow it for everyone. But I guess that's the point - looks an angry retailer that can't compete. I'll call bs on the majority of buyers being motivated by return policy, too.
post #130 of 132
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Originally Posted by oldgoat View Post

I returned a pair of hiking boots because on a five day trip the vibram at the toes was already worn down to the welt.  No problem returning them.  Now I need to find a pair of crampon compatible mid weight hiking boots with actual rubber Vibram (montagna block they call it) instead of the plastic crap everything besides climbing boots seems to have.  Any suggestions?   

 

Take a look at the boots by Alico Mountaineering on the Sierra Trading Post site.  They have several models with a vibram montagna sole.

post #131 of 132

snip, i posted to the other thread on this topic

post #132 of 132
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Originally Posted by oldgoat View Post

I returned a pair of hiking boots because on a five day trip the vibram at the toes was already worn down to the welt.  No problem returning them.  Now I need to find a pair of crampon compatible mid weight hiking boots with actual rubber Vibram (montagna block they call it) instead of the plastic crap everything besides climbing boots seems to have.  Any suggestions?   


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