Codywrote a review of Western Mountaineering Apache MF Sleeping Bag: 15 Degree Down on September 11, 2018
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have lived my entire life in Utah and Colorado. I try to get out 30 nights a year backpacking. Warmth, weight, and packed size are all very important to me. I wouldn't use any other bag than an Western Mountaineering now that I have slept in one. I have used a Terralite(25 degree) for the last 3 years and it has been solid. I bought the Apache for my teenage son to use because he sleeps colder than me and so I could use it during the winter. We love this bag. I have used it for late season trips to Yellowstone and to winter trips to Canyonlands and the bag has performed perfectly. The Apache is a very warm bag with a great interior feel to it. The microlite material is strong and keeps moisture out really well. It is noticeable different than the WM extremelite material they use on their lighter bags. The draft collar works great. This bag has it all and does it all.