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Belinda Luscombe
03-16-2014, 15:09
BOUGHT SOMETHING. THANKS. Looking for something three season, down to 10*-ish. Anybody got a second hand one to offload? TIA

spike camp
03-19-2014, 09:48
Looking for something three season, down to 10*-ish. Anybody got a second hand one to offload? TIA


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Belinda Luscombe
03-22-2014, 13:41
Still looking.

Drybones
03-22-2014, 18:00
The purple/silver bag in the forground of the photo is an REI Sub Kilo bag I bought for my wife, she has never used it, been slept in one night by a young lady I let use it when we were car camping, never been in a pack, stored in the basement in the cotton sack that came with it, 750 down, rated 15 degrees, weighs 2lb exactly, fits to 6'. I'm not what you'd call a motivated seller but it's wasting away not getting used, thought I might hang on to it as a loner or maybe convert it to an UQ for the hammock. If you have an interest PM me.
26490

Damn Yankee
03-22-2014, 18:17
Drybones your box is full. Send me a PM.

Drybones
03-22-2014, 19:57
Drybones your box is full. Send me a PM.

In box now empty.

G.G.
03-22-2014, 21:10
Marmot Helium Membrain $300. plus shipping.

Excellent condition. One of 4 bags. It's seen nominal use.

Venchka
03-22-2014, 21:45
Looking for something three season, down to 10*-ish. Anybody got a second hand one to offload? TIA

Sleeping bags come in a variety of sizes (length & width)-what size are you looking for?
10-ish degrees covers a lot of ground. There are wishful thinking, "I froze at 20 in this bag", 10-ish degree bags. There are conservative, "I was toasty at zero in this thing." 10 degree bags.
Variables abound. Good luck!

Wayne

Belinda Luscombe
03-24-2014, 16:01
Hi Venchka, I'm open as to size, length and width, since it could serve any member of my family from the 6 ft folks to the 5 ft 4 folks. We're all pretty skinny. We have three bags and need another. I guess to be clear, something rated for 15* would work. I'm getting agnostic about the down, as it seems to be hard to find one for under $200.

Venchka
03-24-2014, 21:05
Not too hard to find. It depends on your tolerance for lbs. The weight of gear is inversely proportional to the cost. If you ca n't find one used, try Campmor or Sierra Trading Post.

Wayne


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