22oz. 20 degree therm-a-rest sleep system.
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Ryan Osborne
(Ryno20) - F

Locale: Kentucky
22oz. 20 degree therm-a-rest sleep system. on 03/19/2014 12:44:13 MDT Print View

I posted this a while back, but I still have this sleep system for sale. 22 oz. 20 degree down therm-a-rest sleep system only used 2 nights. I'm a very warm sleeper and this bag is just to warm for me as I use a silk liner with all my bags to keep them clean. The condition is perfect/like new. I've included a picture of everything it comes with: Mesh storage sack, stuff sack, pad straps, and of course the bag itself. Works amazingly well when integrated with a pad, works good in a hammock as well. $175 and it's all yours!!bag and extrasbag lofted up

James Marshall
(veganvengeance) - F

Locale: San Diego
Pad on 03/20/2014 12:57:11 MDT Print View

What sleeping pad did you use with this system?

Ryan Osborne
(Ryno20) - F

Locale: Kentucky
Pad Used on 03/20/2014 13:39:26 MDT Print View

Hey James,

On a warmer trip I used my big agnes air core, and on a colder trip I used my neoair xlite. Both are regular length, and mummy tapered pads.

Matthew Perry
(bigfoot2) - F

Locale: Oregon
22oz. 20 degree therm-a-rest sleep system on 03/20/2014 13:59:50 MDT Print View

Is this the regular or long?

Ryan Osborne
(Ryno20) - F

Locale: Kentucky
Length on 03/20/2014 15:42:50 MDT Print View

It is the regular length.

Elijah Ziemann
(MrBlondyable) - F
Pad?? on 03/22/2014 08:22:22 MDT Print View

How does the pad connect to the bag? Do the straps wrap around the bag, or clip on somewhere?

Link .
(annapurna) - MLife
Re: Pad?? on 03/22/2014 08:29:18 MDT Print View

Elijah look HERE

Ryan Osborne
(Ryno20) - F

Locale: Kentucky
Attachment on 03/22/2014 08:51:53 MDT Print View

Thank you, Link.

I'll add that if you have a mummy shaped pad you can ditch the straps and save another ounce I think. If you only have a square pad, the straps can be used to integrate the pad and the bag. Hope this helps!

Ryan Osborne
(Ryno20) - F

Locale: Kentucky
A few more pics on 03/25/2014 13:38:33 MDT Print View

Here are a few more pictures packed up in the included stuff sack compared to my Nalgene bottle. The system packs small, and can be stuffed even smaller if needed.Top ViewAnother

Ryan Osborne
(Ryno20) - F

Locale: Kentucky
Great Deal on 03/26/2014 15:22:47 MDT Print View

You're not going to find many 20 degree down sleep systems for $175. As I've stated this thing was used twice, and you'll save around $75 off the original price for a basically brand new bag. $175 shipped to your door in the CONUS!!