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Re: [at-l] Syn-fill Jackets and RE Sleeping bag selection
- Subject: Re: [at-l] Syn-fill Jackets and RE Sleeping bag selection
- From: "Michael Connick"<Michael_Connick@clrmnt.com>
- Date: Wed, 27 Aug 1997 09:57:10 -0400
> So what would be the drawback to using a 35-38 degree bag supplemented
> with a bivy, long johns, warm jacket, and wool hat? What I was looking at
> the Western Mountaineering Iroquis 38 degree down bag, weight 1 pound 10
> for the large.
No drawback that I've found. I own that exact bag and have used it and a
Bibler Hooped bivy in temperatures down to the high teens. In fact, the
last time I did so, all I wore was lightweight long johns, a Polartec
fleece jacket, and a Polartec balaclava. I was completely comfortable even
though it was a VERY windy night.
Michael's Ultralight Backpacking Page:
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