I'm in the market for a new sleeping bag for ski-touring, mountaineering, backpacking, kayaking, and everything in between. I understand that its tough to fit every requirement here fully, but I'm trying my best.
Anyways, my primary focus will be on a ski-touring and backpacking bag since I plan to do that the most and these generally need to be warmer than the other counterparts. Alot of my excursions will be on the West coast of BC and some of the western states, so the bag needs to be able to handle moisture well, yet the temperatures never reach extremes.
I've been looking at some WM bags such as the antelope GWS among others aswell as TNF Nova and Nebula. I'm leaning towards the north face bags currently because I can get a good deal from the company I work with... I've chosen these bags because they are warm (15F-0F), fairly light, and I think the water repellency of their shells could be extremely valuable.
Thoughts? I really like the looks of the Nebula, but not sure if I can get away with a 15F bag in the winter, especially if TNF ratings aren't extremely accurate.