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Thread: Sleeping Bag - Will this be warm enough

  1. #31
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    Dec 2004
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    Default Re: Sleeping Bag - Will this be warm enough

    Yeah I have a Moonraker aswell. Very warm and not a bad bag for the money, but I have this problem with 'mummy' shaped bags that with my legs constrained I tend to lash out violently during the night. Like kicking walls and stuff.
    rich

    No one goes so far or so fast as the man who does not know where he is going. H.W.Tilman

  2. #32
    Join Date
    Apr 2006
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    Germany
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    Default Re: Sleeping Bag - Will this be warm enough

    I walked up to Gokyo in October with a 900Gr (total weight) XL synthetic bag (rated at something like + 3 C Comfort). Up to Namche it was sufficient & from Namche on - toasty warm (with an extra blanket). Nice thing about synthetic is - you can pile blankets on top without seriously reducing the effectivness of your bag.
    Walked in from Tumlingtar & out via Jiri so a light bag had a lot of pros - it was bloody 40 c in Tumlingtar. If I would fly in & out of Lukla - I would take my 2 Kg sea bird down bag

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