Jon Webb

Jon Webb

Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas... with excursions to California and abroad regularly!

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Telemark Skiing
Nordic Skiing
Trail Running
Mountain Biking
Road Cycling
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Jon Webb wrote an answer about on June 25, 2014

Hi Molly S., Sleeping Bags 0 degrees and below do not require an EN rating to be sold in Europe and so they are not given the standard "comfort" "comfort limit" or "extreme" ratings... they are simply considered to be warm! With that said, base on EN ratings that we give to other bags in our line I would guess the Comfort Rating would = 19 F, Comfort Limit = 4 F, and Extreme = -33... not sure why they even give bags -33 extreme rating as I don't think anyone is going to take a 0 degree bag out when it is -33... anyway. I hope this info helps.

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Jon Webb wrote an answer about on January 2, 2014

Hey Brandon. MD Hilverda is correct in that there are no MAJOR changes to the Direckt2 but there are minor changes made to the tent to accommodate a new optional vestibule for '14. This involves clips on the top of the tent and a moderate tweak where the poles are exposed near the door in the front of the tent so that there is somewhere to clip the vestibule. So, minor changes with no added weight with greatly added versatility! Enjoy.

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Jon Webb wrote an answer about on May 8, 2013

catp461914. DAC is a Korean company, I believe, which specializes in making high end tent poles and tent pole accessories for many brands in the outdoor industry. The Featherlight NSL is their latest and greatest achievement in tent pole technology and what makes these poles light is that the pole body is thinner overall except where the poles interface. This allows for a thinner (lighter) pole while still maintaining high strength where the poles connect together. I hope this info helps!

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