Wilderness Experience

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Solo Glacier Down sleeping bag

rated 5 of 5 stars Used this bag for two weeks in Alaska caribou hunting and several trips to Colorado elk hunting and it worked great. Had a storm in Alaska, temp dropped to 15 and had 60 MPH winds so strong they collapsed a dome tent with fiber glass poles to the floor. Curled up in bag and slept all night while partner laid awake all night cold and uncomfortable. I bought the long one even though I am short, 5'6". It gives me room for clothes in the bottom without interfering with sleeping room. Very warm and comfortable,… Full review


rated 4.5 of 5 stars Purchased my Wilderness Experience Klettersack in 1975-1977? in Chico, California, where they had a cottage industry. I took this-below-picture this morning 6-26-2013: 35 plus years later and it is still going. It is used regularly still, and it has carried books through 9 college campuses over all those years. It was and still is a great product. It could use new shoulder straps but it still is functional the way  it is! Michael Cudak Full review


rated 4 of 5 stars Very good bag. Zipper, loft, and velcro all are in excellent shape. I just spent three days in the Ozarks, temp in the low 30s and all was good. The bag was bought at a garage sale by my wife. Any additional info about "Wilderness Expereince" I would like to hear from you. Full review

K2 Moriane

rated 5 of 5 stars GREAT PACK. I got mine off of ebay from a fabric outlet that got a bunch when Dana Design packed up and moved out of the country. This pack got an editors choice award from Backpacker magazine in '97. It is a top loader with a single long side access zipper, two aluminum stays that can be shaped to your back, an HDPE framesheet and a delrin hoop that transfers weight from the pack to the waistbelt. This is simply the most comfortable pack midsize pack I have ever owned. Over the years I have owned… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars Overall this bag has done very well. It was found in Alaska and brought to Arizona. I have used it when my tent was buried in snow and have used it (unzipped) in 100F temperature. I love this bag. Full review

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Wilderness Experience became part of Dana Design in the late 1980s.