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    Default Identify this Sleeping Bag...Western Mountaineering

    I pulled this bag out of my dads closet the other day. I asked him about it and here is what he said:

    I bought the best
    Its a Western Mountaineering down Mummy Bag
    Bought it about 20 years ago
    Thinks it a -20 degree bag
    Its purple in color
    It appears to be gore wind stopper type material
    He paid a lot of money for it at the time
    It has a blue storage bag with western mountaineering printed on it
    black stuff sack
    blue western mountaineering label

    Here is the Picture
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    With how narrow the hood opening is, looks like a Puma to me, but it seems to have lost a lot of the loft if that's the case.

    The models are on the tags at the footbox, if that tag is still there.

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    I had just pulled it out of the storage bag, it lofted up. No tag at the foot, my Dad hates tags and cuts them all off, then cant remember what things are....go figure

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    Weighing it might help better identify it.

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    If you can't get your answer here, maybe you could send the picture to the company and ask them to identify the bag.
    Some people take the straight and narrow. Others the road less traveled. I just cut through the woods.

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