Ah yeah, I figured something like that they would have done their homework on. If they had one or two priced high, the rest were probably high as well.+1 on what Fueco said. 70's vintage. In a couple months, that will do pretty well. Condition is everything though. Make sure there are no repairs, holes or heavy wear. Size is a factor too with vintage outdoor stuff. Sizes M-XL do better than XS and S.They changed to this label in the early 80's.