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brandon hippler
(brandonhippler) - F
sleeping bag on 02/07/2013 08:21:50 MST Print View

Does anyone know of a sleeping bag that weighs less then 1 pound and doesnt cost over 100 dollars?

Seth Brewer
(Whistler) - MLife

Close to a Pound on 02/07/2013 09:21:11 MST Print View

A LaFuma Extreme 600 regular length. 1 lb 4 oz. (could remove hood pull cord, etc. and probably get to a pound. $65 right now. I used a long version for from Pearisburg, VA to Mt. Katahdin, ME and still have it. Cheap and plenty for a summer bag.

Anthony Weston
(anthonyweston) - MLife

Locale: Southern CA
marmot hydrogen on 02/10/2013 17:44:45 MST Print View

Here is a great 23oz bag for $150 buy it now

Edited by anthonyweston on 02/10/2013 17:45:45 MST.

Sean Staplin
(mtnrat) - MLife

Locale: Southern Cdn Rockies
Hydrogen on 02/11/2013 15:36:19 MST Print View

It did not sell. Maybe it will be re listed. I have one of the black ones and for me it is a true 30 degree bag and I have taken it to the low twenties with bade layer and down sweater. I also use it like quilt in warmer weather. Mine weighs 21 oz it is a great bag. Left zip 6 footer.

Edited by mtnrat on 02/11/2013 15:38:04 MST.

Pete Staehling
(staehpj1) - F
Under a pound? on 02/12/2013 06:04:21 MST Print View

REI travel Sack $59, but it is 27 ounces. A liner might fit that criteria though.

A Mountain Hardwear Phantom 45 is 17 ounces, but I doubt you can find one for anywhere near $100 unless it is used.

Edited by staehpj1 on 02/12/2013 06:06:04 MST.

Joshua B
(leukos) - F

Locale: Chicagoland
Bivy? on 03/01/2013 20:41:15 MST Print View

SOL Escape bivy. Pretty light, pretty cheap. With clothing, I've been comfortable to 50.

Randy Martin
(randalmartin) - F

Locale: Colorado
Re: sleeping bag on 03/01/2013 21:14:47 MST Print View

< 1 lb and doesn't cost over 100 dollars? That doesn't exist for a real sleeping bag. I think the real question is what temperature range are you looking to be comfortable in? If it's above 60 then you can get away with the SOL Escape bivy. Maybe into the 50's but that's doubtful if you don't have insulation layers on.