User Review: Western Mountaineering Antelope Super MF
Temperature Rating: 0 F with overfill
Weight: 2 lb 10 oz
Price Paid: $390
Western Mountaineering should be at the top of anybody's list when looking for sleeping bags. They aren't the cheapest, but as always you get what you pay for.
Things that I love about this bag:
1) The zipper is the best I have seen. It hasn't snagged on me yet and I doubt that it will. This might be the single feature that most sets W. Mtng apart from Feathered Friends - I have a FF down parka and it requires constant attention to make sure that the zipper doesn't snag.
2) Impressive weight - my bag was within 1 oz of the advertised weight. Even with a 2oz overfill this sleeping bag weighs less than my Marmot Sawtooth, and it packs almost as small.
I can't speak fully to its warmth yet since it ended up being warmer than expected on the trip that I took it on. However, at the low teens I had to be careful not to wear much clothing in this sleeping bag, so I have no reason to think that I would have trouble with it at its rated temperature. I also can't speak to the durability of this bag since I have only slept in it 7 nights. It still looks like new though, so I have no complaints.