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    Default Exped Dreamwalker 650

    Can anyone give a short review or comments on the Exped Dreamwalker 650 or the Dreamwalker 450 model? Or the older Wallcreeper I think it was called. It's similar to a FF Rock /Winter Wren but a little heavier. Just wondering if it's really useful or just another gimmick. Seems like it might be nice in a hammock or even on the ground especially in the morning or when nature calls.

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    I dunno about Exped, but I'll stick with my snuggie.



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    Default I'm gonna regret this thread - I know it

    Hey, that was my first reaction too - can I get it in an animal print like a Snuggie?

    But the concept seems intriguing though and I've heard good reviews about Feathered Friend's Rock Wren and Winter Wren bags which are a similar concept.

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    I have the Wallcreeper and it is great around camp, especially in the AM. I don't have to carry a down jacket.

    I can get up, pee, make coffee and tear down camp without getting out of my bag.

    I also like being able to open up the arm holes to read at night. It's like wearing a long down vest.

    Another not so well known advantage is that it makes a darn good two person quilt. The shape lends itself to that kind of use.
    My wife and I rely on it alone in the warmer months.
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