Cheap ultralight sleeping bags

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sburke16
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Cheap ultralight sleeping bags

Postby sburke16 » Fri Nov 09, 2007 5:20 pm

I saw an add for these in last months Backpacker.

http://www.moosineer.com/MooseMain.asp? ... Ultra+Lite

Does anybody know anything about them?
I need a winter bag, want to stay as light as possible, and don't want to spend a fortune.

-20 degree, 4lbs, $70 sound pretty good to me.
Maybe too good?
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Postby cblsttrotwd » Fri Nov 09, 2007 6:16 pm

I've been wondering about these bags. I stumbled across that site awhile back and thought it must be too good to be true. But I guess even if the bags are 10-15 degrees off what they are labeled, the price can't be beat.

That being said, I would definitely sleep in a controlled environment (car camping) before I took it out on the trail.

Hopefully someone has some experience with them.
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Postby coloradokevin » Fri Nov 09, 2007 6:24 pm

I'm going to jump in on the "if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is" side of this debate.

God knows my -20F down bag cost a lot more than that, even on a pro-deal years ago... and is only 7.2oz lighter!

Of course, that thing may pack about as well as a king sized mattress for all we know... So, maybe it is true that it is warm and reasonably light...

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