Andrew Bwrote a review of Western Mountaineering Versalite Sleeping Bag: 10 Degree Down on August 6, 2015
Familiarity: I've used it several times
I have had this bag for 2 years now. I have used it from 0 degrees up to about 40 degrees. This is a super versatile bag, for its weight it really helps me through the shoulder seasons up here in New England. For me, the lowest I will go is 0 degrees with it. This is very impressive because most bags get chilly when approaching the temp rating. This past winter I slept in the back yard in a tent on a windy night where the temp was hovering around 0 degrees. I slept on my Thermarest Neoair Xtherm and used a Sea to Summit bag liner. I was perfectly comfy. I had on a wool beanie, mid weight base layers and heavy weight socks. I slept perfectly fine. Another occasion I was sleeping in a cabin in Maine during a snow shoe trip. It was in the negative single digits outside so I volunteered to stay in the room furthest from the wood stove. I slept so comfy! I woke up to a frozen solid nalgene beside me so it was at most 32 degrees. This bag is perfect for people who sleep cold during 3 season use or for people who need a light bag that will take them from early spring through late fall with ease. At 2lbs and its reasonably small packed size, its a deal. Quality bag you will have for many years.