Teen - Sleeping Bags
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Sat Jan 29 00:00:00 MST 2011polpette Rating:4.0
I used this sleeping bag for two overnights in mid teen weather,I slept comfortably warm through the night. I have used other slepping bags that cost more and never kept me asleep without waking up at least once due to cold. The bag is of good quality,smooth zipper operation. The compression bag seemed to be well designed and a sturdy construction.
Sat Dec 04 00:00:00 MST 2010littleguy1 Rating:5.0
Recently used bag on 3 day hiking trip. It kept me comfortably warm even with night time temps on the mountian down into the teens. Had plenty of room to be comfortable in and change to different sleeping positions, even with me at 6'3" and close to 300 lbs. longevity yet to be seen but overall well worth the money.
Fri Feb 18 00:00:00 MST 2011jgowan20 Rating:4.0
so i'm new to the backpacking thing and i bought the ledge x-lite 20 degree bag with some other entry level gear so i could get started. my first trip with this bag was to the east fork of the chatooga river in late january with snow on the ground. nighttime lows were forcast in the low 20s-high teens and this bag performed as promised. i was warm throughout the night wearing just a baselayer. the bag compresses well and was as light as my buddy's name brand high(er) dollar sack. i'm 6'5" and 240lbs and appreciate the bags generous room of the oversized bag across my shoulders and in the footbox. i can even point my toes while i'm all zipped up! as far as the fit and finish, i have no complaints after a couple of backpacking trips and car camping excursions. seams are still together. the fill is still in the bag where it belongs. i haven't ripped a clasp off of the stuff sack yet. these are all good things. my only beef so far is that the zipper requires a little attention when zipping as it likes to munch on the adjacent lining of the draft tube. i use a "guide finger" to keep the lining out of the zipper teeth and have had success keeping the zipper moving freely. overall, a great purchase for the money.
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