Forget cold spots in your insulation - Mountain Hardwear's Lamina 0-degree sleeping bag keeps you warm and snug with a tailored design, insulated tubes, and unique welded construction that creates consistent, loft-retaining warmth. Plus, you have room to move while you sleep in the slightly wider mummy cut, complete with a comfort-designed footbox and ergonomic collar with drawcords to keep warmth in.
Color Name: Thndr Rd LFT ZpSize Name: LONG
I needed a new cold weather bag, but did not have a huge budget, so I knew there would have to be compromise. Mountain Hardwear makes excellent equipment, so when I saw this bag, at this price, it warranted a closer look. At just over 4lbs, I may sound like a gear snob by saying it is heavy; there are much lighter bags, but at a price. Being a synthetic fill, it doesn't compress as well as down, but the included compression sack gets it small enough to fit nicely in the base of my 50 liter pack.
Sleeping in the bag was very comfortable. The coldest temp I experienced (to date) was in the upper 20's, and I had to open the zipper because I was so warm. I did not have an issue with the zipper snagging on the draft collar, but I also don't try to rip open the bag in a flash.
All in all, I am very happy with the purchase. I would have preferred a Western Mountaineering cold weather bag, but my wallet much preferred the Mountain Hardware.
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