IDFL wrote:we have received sleeping bags for military use which are stored in compressed rockhard blocks.
rcaffin wrote:Oh yes, while I am at it: do NOT expect to use your bag to the 'extreme' temperature. That temperature is for *survival*. It bears no relation to any concept of comfort!
Brett wrote:Try being over 6'3" looking for say a minus 10 bag with Gore-tex Dryloft that is not designed for a super model and then the field narrows.
Nuts wrote:Suprised in SB discussions that no-one has mentioned better alternatives to Nylon as a shell fabric?
What about ethical manufacturing standards?
Brett wrote:blacksheep wrote:t I would rate our new santuary XP bags up there with them too.
Assuming one could figure out the sizing. The XL bag is a who 30mm longer which in the old language is 1 1/4 so hardly worth the effort. Seriously I hope that I misreading the table our your web personal need to go back to school to understand the difference between MM and CM. Else you make really, really, really, small backs. Check out the link. http://www.macpac.co.nz/product-support/sizing
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