/ Point 5 sleeping bag
It depends entirely on how it's been stored. If it was unpacked, in a loose bag, in a dry, not too cold place, then it won't have deteriorated much if at all. If it has been stored compressed for years, or gotten damp, or been exposed to a lot of UV it won't have fared as well.
Take it out and give it a shake. It should be fairly obvious what sort of condition it's in?
Hi I am still using my point five lightweight bag it's had a few washes and it's around halfway through its life, think the second half might be less stressful.
I washed my 37 year old Point Five Pennine bag last year. It really fluffed the down up and is now fine for summer and early autumn use again.
thanks for relies guys looks as though another 30 years or so with it .
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