Kalen Thorienwrote a review of Western Mountaineering HighLite Sleeping Bag: 35 Degree Down on July 19, 2016
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
If you're looking for a summer bag that compresses down to the size of your nalgene, this is it. My go to bag for spring and fall desert adventures and summer mountain backpacking! They've kept this bag under a pound thanks to cutting away all the bells and whistles. Minimal hood, no draft collars and b.s., and only a 2/3 zipper...so it's not for the faint of heart, but for savvy campers and people who are looking for their go to ultra-light bag. Only in the desert can I sleep in this thing in my skivvies, but in the mountains I recommend coming prepared with thin long johns and a long sleeve shirt - preferably with a hood. Beanie is nice too. When it dips below 40 degrees, this bag will hang on but it's user also has to be dressed appropiately. Otherwise for your standard mountain evenings, this beauty is a piece of art.
So for those who aren't shy of minimalist and aren't looking for fancy over produced bags, this is your baby.