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Warm'n Light 800

rated 3.5 of 5 stars A decent quality bag. Lightweight. Meets claimed temp rating (my opinion). Good price. Everyone is different when it comes to how much insulation they need at a certain temperature. I find this bag perfectly adequate at the EN "comfort" rating of 43 degrees F.   I found it durable and lightweight. I don't see other bags of this quality at this price. Good loft, zipper works fine, nice hood. Stuffs down to very small. Tends to shed water from tent condensation when that happened once. I have used… Full review

Nanga 40

rated 3 of 5 stars Sturdy but small pack. Got this at Christmas several years ago. I found that the sleeping compartment was too small, so I cut the divider out between it and the main compartment. This allowed me to fill the pack more fully. Second the side pockets just don't hold much and don't zip easily if you over stuff it. I cut out the divider between the side pockets and the main compartment. This seemed to add more usable space. After doing these alterations it comes closer to the stated capacity than before. Full review

TMB 40

rated 4 of 5 stars Great bag, super light, good quality. Hiked the AT Vermont section. It kept me warm and comfortable in the Killington area at temps in the high 30s and 40s. Full review

Kailas 50+10

rated 4 of 5 stars This pack has only 3 external pockets and a shove it pouch. It is versatile pack though. It is very comfortable and adjustable. I got this pack for a trip in the German alps. It was an amazing pack. I have used internal and external frame packs. This one is my favorite internal frame one. It has a sleeping bag compartment that can zip out to make one big one. The padding is not too soft or too hard. it has straps making it easy to strap things to the outside. They were nice for drying towels in… Full review

Warm'n Light 800

rated 4 of 5 stars 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… Full review

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