look for next winter
i know its early but i'm looking at sleeping bags for next winter and came across a Ray Mears/Nanok Sleeping Bag - Osprey i know its weights is high but i wounder if any of you have used it and how good it was.
Looking at the blurb, it starts off with "This spring/summer/autumn sleeping bag", so if the folk selling it suggest quite directly it's not up to winter use I'd not have it at the top of my shortlist for that job...
i thought it was funny to as down at the bottom it said this with the temps
"Minimum extreme temperature" means "will keep you the right side of hypothermia... just"
By contrast, a more serious winter bag like the ME Snowline has an extreme rating of -37. On the other hand, I personally find a Lightline (extreme -22) does fine for me year round but it depends a bit on how cold you sleep and how often you'll be out in serious cold.
Blimey, that's huge, and heavy! Especially for a 3 season bag.
What are you intending to use it for? A down bag might be a better option if you're wildcamping and want to carry it.
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