/ Western Mountaineering sleeping bags

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Superchop75 - on 27 Feb 2010
Look amazing. Puma GWS. Any info?
Rhys Jones - on 27 Feb 2010
In reply to hopskin316: I have a Puma. It's a fantastic bag, can't rate it highly enough. The warmth/ weight/ packsize ratio seems to beat every other bag I've tried. Kept me warm at low low temps in Alaska. Depending what you want it for, I'm sure you wouldn't regret it. I'd buy another one without a doubt.
m0unt41n on 27 Feb 2010
In reply to hopskin316: Got a Bristlecone for Base Camps - luxury of width when staying for weeks, and a Versalite for trekking. Similar quality to PHD but better design and better finishing.
ice.solo - on 28 Feb 2010
In reply to hopskin316:

never used one, but a friends sponsored by them.
he raves about them as you would if sponsored, but then isnt the kinda guy who make noise if he didnt believe.
he does winter stuff in places like mongolia - which is a pretty good recommendation.
Alexandre Buisse - on 28 Feb 2010
In reply to hopskin316: I have an AlpinLite, and I love and cherish it. Best bag I've ever slept in, by far.
radson - on 28 Feb 2010
In reply to hopskin316:

My friend has a Puma, looks like a beautiful bag. I was going to buy it recently but went with a lighter PH Designs bag instead.

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