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Robert G.

Robert G.

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Robert G.

Robert G.wrote a review of on July 7, 2012

5 5

used this bag at 10000 feet early this spring -- i don't know what the temp dropped to at 0500 am but when i got up with the sun it was so cold i had difficult time manipulting the lighter to start my stove -- my fingers ached and went numb -- there was ice in the creek -- anyway i was very warm in the bag and i am a cold sleeper --- alot of loft -- at 3 pounds its not bad to pack in -- the bag is well constructed -- no down coming out of it -- no rips -- the tent i used had a solid ceiling and it rained on me in the morning as the sun came up -- the lithium shed it well -- and the outer layer dried out quickly laying out in the sun -- i have 3 marmots and the flap that covers the zipper will sometimees snag so pull the zipper slowly and with care -- but the zipper flap covers well with no cold spots ---- one way to test a bag for cold spots is to open it up and hold it against a bright ceiling light -- one should see the down evenly dispersed throughout the baffles -- i have 3 marmots and all of them pass this test -- i have looked at high end bags that failed this simple test and declined on the purchase cause of clumping down in the baffles - if you are a warm sleeper you might check out the marmot plazma 15 degree bag for this kind of weather - it weighs in a 2 pounds -- anyway Marmot is all i trust and the only bags i will carry -- suggest you do your research and purchase one