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Winter Wren

rated 5 of 5 stars Midnight nature calls without getting out of the bag! I love this bag. It's rated at 25 degrees. As a standalone bag it is comfortable down to about 32°. It has 18.4 oz of 850+ goose down. If the temps drop below freezing I start to feel cold spots at the zippered arm holes.  I think that is to be expected.  But those zippered arm holes are one of the nice features of this specialty bag. On a midnight nature call one can from inside the bag, unzip the arm holes, extend the arms, release the… Full review

Osprey UL 30

rated 5 of 5 stars I highly recommend the FF Osprey for three-season use. This bag weighs less than 2 lbs for the long version, and I have been completely comfortable down to its 30 degree rating. It feels like a cloud of warm air around you with good loft, and packs down to a 12 by 7 inch stuff sack. I finally invested in a new sleeping bag last year to supplement my Marmot Sawtooth 15 degree bag. Being in the South, I wanted a fall and spring bag with less weight. I decided to look at 30 degree bags as I still tend… Full review

Murre

rated 5 of 5 stars Excellent bag for anyone who sleeps cold and on their side. I sleep cold and on my side.  The Murre, made specifically for women, lets me sleep warmly and on my side with my knees up too! I went winter hiking for the first time and was not cold at all in 20°F nights.   At 5'3", I ordered the 5"6" bag thinking that I would just fit in the smaller bag and feel cramped. I'm not sure if this is the right size because I have a lot of extra space at the bottom. It still kept me warm though. It lofts… Full review

Hummingbird

rated 5 of 5 stars Super lightweight (1lb 12oz) and can pack down to about Nalgene size, an excellent backpacking sleeping bag. Always kept me warm (I'm a VERY cold sleeper), and comfortable. It's pricey, but high quality. I absolutely recommend it. I am a 5'6" 110 lb female. When I say I sleep cold, I mean that at 40 degrees I am still cold in a -30° synthetic bag. The Hummingbird, however, has always kept me warm (as a 3-season bag). It's also very comfortable. However, I have a slight frame, and it's a tiny mummy… Full review

Snow Goose

rated 5 of 5 stars This is the mother of all high quality goose down sleeping bags. It is overbuilt in every regard. This bag will go to most any place on the planet and with a proper ground pad, will keep you warm and dry. It is light weight for the warmth provided and this bag is pretty packable but it will take a couple of minutes to completely get it into a compression bag for hiking or climbing. This bag will be the last bag that 99% of all outdoor enthusiasts will ever need to buy to cover their 4-season adventures. Full review

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Feathered Friends Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Q&A with Feathered Friends Designer Brent Zwiers
Brent Zwiers is one of the design minds behind Feathered Friends' handmade down sleeping bags and clothing. He recently shared some of his gear designer experiences, skills, and secrets with Trailspace. Read more
July 12, 2011

Q&A: Who Makes the Longest Sleeping Bags?
Read your article on Trailspace about sleeping bags, which gave a mention to extra-long bags. Any idea who makes the longest? Read more
December 13, 2006

Choosing a Lightweight Summer Bag
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August 4, 2006

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USA

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