- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've had mine for about 2 years now and I really like it. Its a bit long for me, I'm 5'6", but that gives me room to stuff clothes for in the morning or I will turn it under giving my feet a little more padding cause I like to use a short thermarest that doesn't reach that far. Over all the craftsmanship is great, I haven't had a problem with it yet. It stuffs down to a good size in its compression sack. My only issue is that when its used without a pad or in a hammock the insulation is compressed and the bottom of the bag looses alot in the way of heat retention and I get cold. But as long as its off the ground on a pad or I have something to block the wind it keeps me warm. In my opinion, 20 is at the low end, 30 you'll be comfortable, and 40 you will be nice and toasty. I have another 20 degree bag that keeps me really warm at 20 so I'm basing this off of that. I would recommend it, its a good bag, but remember its 3 seasons.