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How many of you bought "Long" sized bags for winter camping?
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Chad Miller
(chadnsc)

Locale: Duluth, Minnesota
Re: Re: Re: hawt nalgenes on 12/06/2011 12:34:51 MST Print View

The hot (hawt) nalgene trick can work very well. In fact I've actually gotten too warm using a hot water filled nalgene and had to take it out of my bag for a bit to let it cool down.

Matt Lutz
(citystuckhiker) - F

Locale: Midwest
Boots in bag on 12/11/2011 12:50:19 MST Print View

@ Chad and co.: I hike in Steger Mukluks in winter, and I put them in my inside-out GG comp sack. Never had a leak or issue, and they come out nice and warm and pliable the next AM. Also, I hike in VB socks.

Also, I'm 5'6", but use a long bag (good for those 6-6 folks) - I fill the bottom with down coat, boots go right in front of it (toward head).