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AtWokman
02-04-2016, 09:09
Weight ... What is your sleeping bag weight? I have a -0 bag an and its a bit heavy.
Just wondering what other folk bags weigh?

swjohnsey
02-04-2016, 09:46
One pound, WM Highlight.

DuneElliot
02-04-2016, 09:48
28.6oz here for a 10* bag from Enlightened Equipment

Gambit McCrae
02-04-2016, 09:49
All depends on degree rating as you stated-
I have a 5* WM bag that is sub 3 lbs
I have a 35* WM bag that is sub 1lbs

all about how much you wanna spend. But a 3 season bag 1.5 lbs is a good "new technology weight"

damskipi
02-04-2016, 09:54
Bag? Singular?

I have a 30* quilt @ 19 oz, a 29* bag @ 27 oz, a 0* bag @ 53 oz, and a 6* bag @ 47 oz. I'm selling the 27 oz and 53 oz bags because I have lighter options with minimal temp differences in the other two.

ATWokman, how heavy is your 0* bag?

kimbur96
02-04-2016, 10:06
feathered friends Egret UL 20* 27oz

Flounder940
02-04-2016, 10:14
WM Antelope MF 5 degree...2lb 7oz

colorado_rob
02-04-2016, 10:24
21 ounce 21 degree rated Katabatic Gear Alsek "hybrid" quilt/bag, or a 30 degree MHW phantom, 22.5 ounces. I actually carry the slightly heavier, less warm 30 deg phantom many times to save wear/tear on the expensive 21 deg Katabatic gear if I don't need that extra warmth, like on the AT in the south.

Gambit McCrae
02-04-2016, 10:30
WM Antelope MF 5 degree...2lb 7oz

that's what I have, will never get rid of it

AtWokman
02-04-2016, 10:34
its really heavy. 5lbs.

egilbe
02-04-2016, 10:49
its really heavy. 5lbs.

Synthetic bag?

AtWokman
02-04-2016, 11:17
yes Coleman

FlyFishNut
02-04-2016, 11:18
Big Agnes, Storm King: 3lbs 9oz.

Not as light as many, but not as expensive either.

RangerZ
02-04-2016, 13:10
Sierra Designs Zissou 23 - 2 lbs. Been comfortable at about 20* with a synthetic base layer.

smokey mtn hiker
02-04-2016, 14:05
Older Kelty Clear Creek 20* 4 lbs. Like this topic because I need to upgrade and go lighter.

swisscross
02-04-2016, 14:43
WM Megalite 30*, 1.5lbs.

egilbe
02-04-2016, 15:07
An EE 20* Accomplice 2 person quilt that my gf carries...so. Zero pounds, zero ounces. Also have a 30* Prodigy that weighs just over a pound and a Kelty 35* down bag that weighs about 18 ounces.

illabelle
02-04-2016, 15:22
I use a 15 Big Agnes. Current version on their website is listed at 3 lbs.

Christoph
02-04-2016, 18:11
1.5 lbs military 30 degree mummy bag. Rolls up into a small Walmart stuff sack. Love it!

4eyedbuzzard
02-04-2016, 19:37
WM Caribou 35F bag 1lb 5 oz
NF Blue Kazoo 20F 2lbs 4 oz

Venchka
02-04-2016, 22:14
that's what I have, will never get rid of it

That makes 3 happy Antelope owners. Mine is an early Super DryLoft model. It's heavier than the current MF model. I've never weighed it and don't plan to. It's so nice that I don't care.
I also have a WM Alpinlite Long @ 2 pounds when I want to be light in warmer weather.
Very nice bags indeed.

Wayne


Sent from somewhere around here.

New England Guy
02-04-2016, 23:08
Sierra Designs Mobile Mummy 800 3 Season Comfort Rating 27* Limit Rating 16* 2lbs 4oz LOVE!

damskipi
02-04-2016, 23:31
Sierra Designs Mobile Mummy 800 3 Season Comfort Rating 27* Limit Rating 16* 2lbs 4oz LOVE!

I've been eyeing the Mobile Mummy collection since it came out. Do you wear it as your puffy as well, or do you carry a separate puffy? I'm pretty short and it seems like it would be more like a full length coat on me. Do you find that air seeps in through the arm holes or does the baffle block air pretty well?

daddytwosticks
02-05-2016, 08:15
WM Megalite, less than 2 pounds and rated to 30 degrees.
Montbell Thermal Sheet opened and used as a quilt in warmer weather, about 14 ounces and good to about 55 degrees? :)

AlyontheAT2016
02-05-2016, 14:29
I have a 30* synthetic Kelty bag that weighs 43 ounces. A little on the heavier side but it was in my budget. And it does what I need it to do.

Harrison Bergeron
02-05-2016, 20:35
Montbell Spiral#3 22.1oz (30 degree rating)

Sea to Summit Reactor Thermolite Mummy Bag Liner: 8.5 oz

I always use the liner. I've been comfortable in this combo well below freezing, without adding long underwear. I've never had the occasion to use it in seriously cold (0-25) weather, but I think I'd just add long underwear and socks and it would be fine. In the summer I use the liner alone.

The beauty of this bag is how roomy it is. It's also probably the cheapest 800 down bag under 2 pounds available. But it's probably not as rugged as an equivalent bag you'd find at REI.