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JDwrote a question about on November 2, 2008

I'm sold on this, but I'm worried about the sizing. I'm 6'4", usually wear a large (42" chest) but arm length is an issue. Montbell lists the arm length on their L products at 35", which would be pretty short for me. Usually I'm swimming in an XL, but it sounds like some people think this product runs small--do you think the XL would be the right size to try?

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JDwrote a question about on July 21, 2008

I'm tempted to try a pair of these, but I'm concerned that a 47 is going to be too short for me. I wear a solid 13 in other boots--my last pair were Vasque Sundowners, 13 narrow, and they fit me perfectly. The Asolo TPS boots in a 13 also seem to fit me well. I've been hearing that the M3's run small, and I haven't seen anything larger than a 47 out there anywhere. Should I even try the 47s, or just look for something else (maybe stick with the Asolos)?

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JDwrote a review of on July 18, 2008

5 5

This is a seriously comfortable bag. The stretch is effective, I think, allowing you to move while minimizing airspace when you're still. The material also contributes to the comfort factor, making it a joy to sleep in. I think the temp rating is probably right on. I just spent 5 nights in the Tetons and one night it got down just below freezing, and I was comfortable in this bag inside a 3-season tent with just a lightweight wool layer on and without even fully mummying-up. I do tend to sleep warm, but I think with extra layers I could push below the 25 degree rating in this bag. It's wonderfully compressible, too, taking up so little room in my pack. So far, I'm very happy with the purchase.

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