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Members Only Mountain SuperUltraLight Backpacking – Part 4a: Gear Reviews
by Will Rietveld
Adapting SUL for mountain conditions, where frequent weather extremes necessitate more capable gear. Read More...
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Members Only Mountain Hardwear Speed 32 Sleeping Bag Review
by Brad Groves
A predominantly well engineered sleeping bag that suffers from a small, yet serious design flaw. Read More...
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Members Only Sierra Designs Cloud 15 Review
by Brad Groves
A 29 oz sleeping bag featuring vertical baffles and Insotect technology... is it worth the weight? Read More...
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Kelty Cosmic Down 20 Sleeping Bag Review
by Brad Groves
It's a $100 DOWN bag. Too good to be true? You may be surprised... Read More...
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MontBell Ultra Light Super Spiral Down Hugger #3 Sleeping Bag Review
by Will Rietveld
MontBell’s body-hugging stretch technology is lightweight and adds warmth, yet the bag extends to accommodate a wide range of sizes, shapes, and sleeping positions. Read More...
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Therm-a-Rest Haven Down Top Bag Review
by Rick Dreher
The Therm-a-Rest Haven is a simple sleeping bag: a zipperless down mummy bag with a bottom opening and pad straps that qualify it as a top bag. At about a pound and a half the Haven is light, packs small, and is relatively affordable for its (claimed) 20 F (-7C) rating. Read More...
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Sierra Designs Vapor 15 Sleeping Bag Review
by Will Rietveld
850 fill power down, 15 F temperature rating, 30 ounces – the lightest 15-degree mummy style sleeping bag to be found. Read More...
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Sierra Designs Nitro 30 Sleeping Bag Review
by Will Rietveld
Remarkably lofty and warm for a 30 F (-1 C) rated bag – this is the first sleeping bag I have tested that’s warmer than its claimed temperature rating! Read More...
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PHD Minim 400 Sleeping Bag Review
by Janet Reichl
This zipperless down mummy-style 23 F rated sleeping bag is elegant for its simplicity, light weight, and high loft-to-weight ratio. Read More...
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Marmot Hydrogen Sleeping Bag Review
by Will Rietveld
The Hydrogen is a well designed, high loft, roomy, warm, mummy-style down 30F-rated sleeping bag, but its shell fabric is heavy and wets out too easily. Read More...
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MontBell UL Spiral Down Hugger Sleeping Bag Review
by Will Rietveld
A lot to like and a great value for a 30 F rated down mummy bag weighing only 19 ounces. Read More...
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Lafuma Pro 650 Down Sleeping Bag REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Priced at only $189 for a 25 °F rated ultralight down sleeping bag, it’s a very nice bag in all respects, except for one major issue. Read More...
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Sierra Designs Flash Sleeping Bag REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Packed with 30 ounces of 800-fill down and other heat-retaining features, this lightweight bag earns its 0 °F rating but its snug fit and curved half zipper are its nemesis. Read More...
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Marmot Atom Sleeping Bag REVIEW
by Don Wilson
A one pound, three-season bag with top quality materials. Read More...
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Western Mountaineering Summerlite Sleeping Bag REVIEW
by Don Wilson
Hooded, down mummy bag rated to freezing that weighs a mere 19 ounces. Read More...
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Valandré La Fayette Sleeping Bag REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
A four season bag that offers excellent loft for the weight. The center zip has advantages, but is it the right solution for you? Read More...
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Valandré Mirage Sleeping Bag REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
Beautifully constructed, lightweight, and highly-efficient mummy for three-season conditions. But does it have the versatility you need? Read More...
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GoLite Feather-Lite Sleeping Bag REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
We found a “sleeper” - the Feather-Lite has 1.5 inches more loft than specified. Read More...
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Macpac Epic 150 SF Sleeping Bag REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
A waterproof sleeping bag may sound like overkill, until you think about the possibilities – like sleeping under the stars without getting damp or wet insulation, and leaving the bivy sack at home. Read More...
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GoLite Flash Sleeping Bag REVIEW
by the Product Review Staff
The Polarguard 3D-filled GoLite Flash Sleeping Bag takes a modular approach to sleep systems, with a removable top that can be used to adjust the temperature range of the bag: when it's warm, simply zip it off and leave it home. Read More...
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Integral Designs Andromeda Strain
by the Product Review Staff
Integral Designs Andromeda Strain Read More...

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