Jason Murrill

Jason Murrill

Arkansas & Missouri Whitewater & trips out East, Climbing hangouts in AR (Sam's Throne, Horseshoe Canyon Ranch), Getting outdoors in the Ozarks

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Jason B.'s Passions

Camping
Backpacking
Snowboarding
Trail Running
Hiking
Mountain Biking
Paddling
Road Cycling
Sport Climbing
Kayaking

Jason B.'s Bio

Whitewater Kayakaholic, Climber, Backpacker, Hiker, Mtn/Road Biker, Rappelling at excessive speeds/Rap-jumping, all around Outdoor enthusiast.

Jason Murrill

Jason Murrill wrote a review of on January 5, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I caught this bag on a sale at Backcountry, and I have used this product more than several times, but I wouldn't say I've put it through the wringer. This bag definitely keeps you toasty and warm. Put on a light baselayer, knit cap, and some wool socks, and this bag I believe would definitely keeps you warm at the rated temperature. I've used down into the 30s, and it kept me warm. I am very happy with my buy, and I think anyone that got this bag would be too.

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Jason Murrill

Jason Murrill wrote a review of on June 4, 2013

Better 3 season then the new Hubba Hubba
5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought this over the new Hubba Hubba for a few reasons, one because I am 6'5" and it has a overall larger footprint and is longer than the Hubba Hubba. I have used this on overnight backpacking trips and general camping when I go climbing or kayaking. This thing works great, stayed warm at 30*, easy to set up light, and I liked it because it had more nylon, than mesh like the MSR's newer Hubba Hubba, I thought it kept it warmer and less drafty in colder temps. I suppose this could be a drawback in hotter temperatures, but it seemed just fine in 80*+ weather out in Tennessee on Memorial Day. Overall I couldn't be more pleased with the quality of this MSR tent.

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