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Western Mountaineering Mitylite

in Sleeping Bags - Mummy & Other

Average Rating
4.50 / 5 (2 reviews)

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Randy K
( roosterk )

Western Mountaineering Mitylite on 01/31/2007 18:23:17 MST Report Post Print

Rating: 4 / 5

I've had this bag for close to ten years, and have used it more than all my other bags put together. It's a little porky by today's standards at a measured 1#11.1 oz., but its 40 degree rating has taken me down in the high 20's, inside a tent, with a lightweight base layer....I wasn't exactly toasty, but I was reasonably comfortable. I had a few feathers try to poke out when it was newer, but overall, quality, performance, and reliability would get this bag a 5 rating-except that, once again, the 1#11......

andrew mitchell
( brocc7 )
comfy and versatile on 08/03/2009 00:02:19 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

I love this bag I have 2, one for travel and sleeping at home when my wife is away since it is nicer than my sheets, and one for camping, where I have been comfortable from 30 to 70 degrees. It is wide enough to sleep in any position and has a full length zipper, but these 2 features at the extra 11 oz, a fair tradeoff.

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