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Thread: New Summer Bag

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    Gotta say this.....

    "He ain't no drag, Poppa's got a brand new bag!"


    <with apologies to James Brown, but I've waited years to be able to use that>

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    Quote Originally Posted by OwenM View Post
    Surprised you hadn't already bought one a long time ago!
    I liked the Everlite a lot, especially how the box stitched baffles keep the down from shifting.
    Should be great for most folks from late spring to early fall, it just hit a sour spot of too much or too little for me, being such an abnormally hot sleeper. Wonderful bag/quilt, though.
    I spent 30 years backpacking around Boone NC and a beefy down sleeping bag was the ticket price to living outside in Watauga County in all four seasons. Old habits are hard to change.

    Quote Originally Posted by Traveler View Post
    Gotta say this.....

    "He ain't no drag, Poppa's got a brand new bag!"


    <with apologies to James Brown, but I've waited years to be able to use that>
    I'm still draggin' what with the mentioned peanut butter and big tent and books and the usual Accoutrements of Idiocy---but at least my sleeping bag is now super light.

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