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Military Modular Sleep System 4 Piece with Goretex Bivy Cover and Carry Sack
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This is the best sleeping bag that the US Military has ever produced. Complete set includes the OD Green Patrol Sleeping Bag, Black Intermediate Sleeping Bag, Gore-Tex Woodland Bivy Cover and Black Compression Sack.
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Wearing a full wool onesie, thick wool socks and a polyester hoodie with the hood on, using the bivy and the patrol bag, I should be able to do 0c easily. I was freezing, even with the Kymit R4.4 sleeping pad under me. At -10c, using all 3 bags, wearing the same thing using the same sleeping pad PLUS a DIY foil insulation sleep pad under me, I was freezing. I always use a tarp over me. I haven't even tested it straight out in the open yet. Cold. All the time. Cold. Next time, I have to keep my winter jacket on just to be able to fall asleep in this system.
Seller has no info on how old or used this sleep system was when sold to me. I was then recommended to contact the manufacturer?? Not sure how that would work for an item that was purchased used at least twice? So basically, I'm stuck with an MMSS that will not work below -5c. Not comfortably. Sheesh. It cost me over $100 to buy and I had to drive across the border, twice, to pick this up. I'm totally heartbroken. Not gonna lie.
Either don't buy the MMSS AT ALL, or buy it NEW. If that's even possible.
Now what I don't like...
It's heavy, takes up a good amount of space (recommend attaching to a pack and not stuffing it inside one), and accumulates a good amount of condensation (not good for winter). It's definitely best when you can leave a breathing gap and not be completely covered. Obviously if there is rain or snow in the forecast you're going to want to close up all the way though. I use it in combo with a tarp and am worry free though! Well, besides being a bit paranoid about snooping bears, wolves, mountain lions, coyotes, porcupines, and anything else that you don't want to encounter in the middle of the night... lol.