User Review: Lafuma Men's Warmn Li 800
Source: bought it new
- Very compact
When I buy gear, I try to find the best performance for the money. I was looking for a way to lighten my pack by switching to a down bag. This bag is around 1 pound 13 oz and packs up to the size of a loaf of bread. So, far, I've only logged 4 trips with the bag.
I feel everyone's internal thermometer is different. This is how the bag worked for me: In 60 degree weather the bag is way too hot. It feels perfect in 30 degree weather. I've used it twice where the overnight temps fell into the high teens. In those temps I slept in a poly thermals and used a silk bag liner. I was able to stay warm overnight.
I complained the bag was snug, but that is to be expected in a light bag. More area = more weight. I am also pushing the maximum length of the bag. The specs on the bag stated it fit to 6'-2". I am 6'-2", therefore the foot box gets cold around 20 degrees. I have no room left to store a hot-water nalgene bottle in the foot box. When in doubt, get a longer size. The extra ounces are not worth cold toes.