Ajungilak Goose Bay
Good bag. I've spent approximately 400 nights in this…
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: 1000 NOK, on sale
- Compression sack
I've spent approximately 400 nights in this bag so far, and have no complaints about anything but the zipper. It snags easily, and can be especially difficult to open when you're just waking up and trying to get out of the bag as soon as possible to escape the heat.
The included compression sack is also useless. I didn't like the design, and one of the straps broke the first week. Ajungilak replaced it, but I prefer using a traditional compression sack instead.
After 5 years of heavy use, the down on the back had shifted a bit, and left cold spots. Tumble drying a few times took care of it, and the bag is now as good as new.
A great light weight, no frills down bag. Slept comfortably…
Fill: good quality down
Temperature Rating: -15ish C
Price Paid: £189, but £149 on sale
A great light weight, no frills down bag. Slept comfortably (naked!) alone in a 3 man tent at -10 C whilst testing how warm it really was, and had no problems. Get another couple of guys in the tent with you, and some clothes on and I'm sure -15 C would be comfortable (just - I wouldn't want it to get any colder). Warmer than the Vango Q7 350 it replaced and 750g lighter.
minus points? No waterproof outer (but I knew that, and it's fairly water resistant if you're not stupid about it). No compression sack. !!!. Why not???? Even their cheapest bags come with one, but on on of their top of the range bags this is absurd.
In summary: A great bag which is almost identical in performance to my mates Mountain Equip Classic 750, to give you an idea at the same kind of price range. But get a compression sac!!