/ Cold Weather Sleeping Bags -30degrees
Looking at cold weather sleeping bags for winter alps. I get a little cold (though not a ridiculously cold person). I have a budget of about £550.
I've looked at PHD but to get what I want is just a little expensive.
I'm looking for something in an as waterproof fabric as possible to stop condensation issues and down.
I've narrowed it down to these two.
Anyone got any opinions on the above or other options?
The North Face one might be great and its a good price but I'd want to know what sort of rating they're using for -29.
As I'm curious to draw my own conclusions, are you planning on spending nights out or is this a precautionary item?
Also, this may be what Mountain Llama is referring to: http://www.ukclimbing.com/forums/t.php?t=562000&v=1#x7479070
Still a few days left of the PHD sale
I've got a ME bag that is rated down to silly temperatures. Highly recommended.
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