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Kathryn H.

Kathryn H.

Kathryn H.

Kathryn H.wrote a review of on August 2, 2019

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I find it very annoying how inconsistently sleeping bag temperature ratings are advertised. I tried to be as thorough as possible, looking this bag up on multiple sites to get a good idea of the comfort rating, it said 40 degrees across the board. Then it arrives and the tag says 40 degrees for MEN, 50 degrees for women. I probably should have known...but it also probably should have been advertised. Anyway, I have now used this on multiple backpacking trips over the summer where it tends to get down to 55-60 degrees at night and I have been chilly but it was okay. Then I got a bag liner and it was a perfect temperature. It is at least a lightweight bag so I can definitely recommend it for summer hiking but I recommend a liner, more so for women

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Kathryn H.

Kathryn H.wrote a review of on August 2, 2019

4 5

I've taken this pad on a few backpacking trips and am very happy with major features: fairly lightweight, thick and very comfortably insulating, not very noisy (thank god), and packs down to a reasonable size. My only real complaint is how long it takes to inflate, I've estimated at least like 40 breaths which feels pretty ridiculous when everyone else in camp has theirs inflated in like 10

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Kathryn H.

Kathryn H.wrote a review of on August 2, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Heading out for a backpacking trip in July, I knew I needed breathable hiking shoes. I never expected shoes as comfortable and cool as these! I've hiked in them a ton now and they are great for all terrain, and they are even good in the rain, especially because they dry faster than a lot of shoes.

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Kathryn H.

Kathryn H.wrote a review of on August 2, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I actually wore these socks on backpacking trips in June and July. Though the recommended use says running, I picked them because they were cool and breathable for summer, and also had adequate cushion for hiking. I also purchased the thicker, hiking socks by them and found that these are just more comfortable and breathable. I've bought 2 more pairs since!

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Kathryn H.

Kathryn H.wrote a review of on August 2, 2019

3 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

The liner is soft and comfortable and kept me at the exact right temperature, it keeps you warm and is also moisture wicking and breathable. Exactly what I needed for my backpacking sleep system. However, on only my SECOND NIGHT using it, as I was adjusting and stretching my feet down (not even forcefully, mind you) the seam at the bottom completely ripped through. I was even wearing socks, so it wasn't like a jagged toenail or something, it just ripped a large foot-sized hole in my liner. I expected so much better from Sea To Summit, hoping this was just a fluke.

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