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rated 5 of 5 stars This is a lightweight, premium quality sleeping bag. It sets the gold standard for three season backpacking, especially for people in a down-friendly environment like the Rocky Mountains. I've had this bag for several years, and it is still pretty much the same model. Why? Because it's hard to improve on a near-perfect sleeping bag. The bag is warm down to its 15 degree rating and then some. There are no cold spots and no drafts. That's what you pay for when you shell out three hundred dollars. Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars Kept me warm in the teens. This bag lives up to its warmth rating. This bag is rated for 15 degrees and has held up to that. For its price, it packs down well and is relatively light at just over 3 lbs, or at least was when I bought it in 2005. There are probably lighter down bags now. I have used it in winter temperatures down to 10 degrees and been comfortable with no liner. A couple of nights my feet were cooler so I had to wear socks, but I think that was due to my older tent being a little… Full review

PreCip Full Zip Pant

rated 5 of 5 stars I own these and love them. They do the job well of keeping the rain out. I'm not over the top hard on any of my gear, but I've sat on everything from mud to rocks and not one problem with these pants. It's kind of odd how you cool down so quickly after you put these on. No sticking to you when you're sweaty. I do think they run small in size. I'm 5'2" and a size 8 and had to get a large. Which was shocking considering I can wear kids clothes. I'm short so they are a little long, but that's nothing… Full review


rated 4 of 5 stars The EOS 1P is a very light, simple, solo tent with minimal features but quality construction. It was adequate for my skinny 5ft. 10in. frame but it would be tight for larger people. I have made a practice of using the lightest gear I can find that is also well made and suitable for what I'm doing. This tent carries the day in lightness and quick setup. It provided good rain protection during the brief episodes of rain and snow I encountered the last three days at 12,000 ft. on the shore of Dade… Full review

NanoWave 55

rated 4 of 5 stars Backpacking somewhere, where it doesn't cool down at night? Looking to save space, and weight in your backpack? Answered yes to these questions, then this is the bag for you. I used this bag on a 6-night hike through Yosemite. This probably wasn't the best choice in sleeping bags for that hike. The last night of the hike was the only night where the temperatures were above 50º. If you are going to purchase this product make sure you're checking the temperature of your nightly destination to make… Full review

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Marmot Exum wins "Best of Adventure Gear" Award
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