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Re: [at-l] Sleeping Bag for Tossing & Turning
- Subject: Re: [at-l] Sleeping Bag for Tossing & Turning
- From: Pat Villeneuve <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 05 Dec 1998 20:52:43 -0600
- Cc: email@example.com
- Organization: Spencer Museum of Art - University of Kansas
I am not a big person, but I was having trouble getting "hog-tied" in my
mummy bag. Desperate for some good sleep on the trail, I ordered a
20* down rectangular from Campmor. Less than $150, 2.5#, very comfy.
BTW, I've had no trouble staying warm in it, and it's easy to scrunch
around my head or feet when I choose to do so.
Give Me Chocolate
Timothy Clough wrote:
> I am looking for a sleeping bag that is user friendly to a person (like
> myself) who tosses and turns a lot before falling asleep, and again and
> again throughout the night.
> What features should I look for? (Some bags, for instance, have less
> insulation on the "bottom" than the "top", which for me could be anywhere.)
> Does anybody have any particular brands/models that you have found helpful?
> I still haven't made up mind over down vs. synthetic, so suggestions for
> both are acceptable.
> Any other help would be appreciated.
> Thanx in advance.
> Timothy Clough
> Class of 20??
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