/ NEW REVIEW: Therm-a-Rest Navis Sleeping Bag
It has 'Synergy Link Connectors' which strap you to your sleeping mat - is this a good idea? And why would you want it?
Read on to find out...
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I reckon that they have another flop on their hands. There are loads of bags available at this price point or way below, which aren't as limited in my opinion.
I agree with Martin. I was looking forward to the release of their bags but have not been inspired. Also, considering there is no down on the underneath and it is only 3/4 length and has no zip the weight is disappointing too.
just open the zip of your bag and use as a duvet if you want that kind of setup
Yeah, I've heard the short-length thing and the no-down-on-the-underneath thing both touted as good ideas, and can see why both make sense in principle, but in that case I'd expect them to add up to something significantly lighter than a more conventional bag for similar conditions which as far as I can tell this isn't....
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