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Description

Room to move and the option to go blanket-style in warmer weather.

Unless you're backpacking and need to trim weight, there's no reason to wrap yourself in a restrictive mummy bag. With the Mountain Hardwear Extralamina 20 Degree Thermal Q Sleeping Bag's wide semi-rectangular shape, you'll be able to move freely and sleep in a position you're accustomed to. The dual zippers extend all the way around the footbox so you can unzip the bag fully when you just want a blanket, and the Thermal.Q synthetic insluation works well in damp, humid climates.

  • 20°F temperature rating makes this bag ideal for spring, summer, and fall camping excursions
  • Thermal.Q synthetic insulation is highly compressible, maintains its loft, and insulates better than down if it gets wet
  • Extra-wide semi-rectangular shape allows for unrestricted movement while you sleep
  • Lamina construction attaches the shell directly to the insulation, eliminating cold spots caused by the stitching in typical baffle construction
  • Dual zippers extend around the footbox, allowing you unzip the bag to use it as a blanket or to zip two Extralamina bags together
  • Dual drawcords at the hood keep warmth in
  • Stuffs into an included 7 by 16 inch stuff sack for compact transport
  • Includes storage sack

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The given description for Lamina 20 emphasizes many features relevant to handing wetness and keeping warm that are not mentioned in the description for Extralamina 20. The latter emphasizes extra size. Does one sacrifice some of the Lamina 20 features in buying the Extralamina 20?

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James its the same properties, pretty much same bag minus the size like you said.

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