Pliny wrote a review of The North Face Hightail 3S Sleeping Bag: 15 Degree Down on October 8, 2014
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I had a summer bag and a winter bag, now I use this one for everything. I am a warm sleeper, so you my differ, but at the rated 27 degrees I was fine in just light underwear. I'm 5'-8 and 179 pounds and this bag seems to have plenty of room for my elbows and to roll over in. The regular length might be a bit long for me, but I have always put my clothing in the foot and a shorter bag wouldn't save much weigh. The zipper works well all the time if I take the necessary care with it. The zipper tab glows in the dark more brightly than I would have ever guessed. I like the features of extra water resistance on the ends and the synthetic pads. Before purchasing it I thought those might just be gimmicks, but now I think they add a real value to the bag. Most of all I like the weight. It does come in at just an ounce or so over two pounds in the stuff sack. Comes with a storage sack. The stuff sack could be smaller, but I just compress it in the bottom of my pack with all the other junk I carry. I have been backpacking and climbing for more decades than I care to remember and this is certainly the highest quality bag I have ever used. I did quite a bit of research before I purchased it using the weight vs rating vs price vs fill power vs ranking in reviews and this is what I choose and I'm a happy camper.