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Nemo Verve Sleeping Bag
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- Over the course of a night, most people reposition themselves at least 5 times and spend time on their side, often in a running position. A great day tomorrow starts with rest and recovery tonight.
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The Verve Spoon shaped 3-season backpacking bag is generous at the elbows and knees, perfect for side sleeping. Using synthetic Stratofiber insulation and featuring an integrated Blanket Fold. Verve gives you temperature regulation and comfort just like your bed at home.
Color: One Color | Size: Regular
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Ok, I just returned from using the bag 3 cold nights in the wilderness. The lows were around 39 to 42 degrees for 2 nights and I was cold, despite 2 long sleeved shirts, a T, and long johns. Mostly my chest area was cold, not my feet. The 3rd night, it got down to 35 degrees. I had worn my 3 shirts, a fleece shirt, and also wore my Columbia thermo--shield hooded coat (like a down coat) and this time was pretty much warm enough all night. I had also taken my windbreaker and zipped it up and slipped the foot of the bag inside it for extra protection for my feet, and that worked fine. I don't think I should have had to wear all that, but apparently the 20 degree tightly is just for survival purposes, not comfort! I also spoke too soon about the zipper. It did catch, at least twice, on the silky lining bottom side. The black strong tape is only on the top layer, not the bottom! So you have to be careful to slide your finger along while zipping to keep the silky material out of the zipper. Luckily I was able to fix it both times, with no apparent damage, but I had to get out my glasses and flashlight at 3 AM to do so. Kind of annoying; wish they had put that seam tape on both sides. So overall, I'm keeping the bag, it's still nice and roomy, but I now realize I should have gone for a 15 degree rating, but they seem to weigh more and I didn't want to go much over 3 lbs. It did stuff quite easily into the compartment in my backpack. Will just have to count on sleeping in a lot of my clothes and my coat if it's that cold again.
Its comfortable at 40* in a tent and 60* in a hammock.