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    Western Mountaineering 20 degree Alpenlite = Awesome!
    "This is A Way of Life"

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    I recently bought a Big Agnes Lost Ranger bag, after watching this buyer's guide, and reading a lot of forum posts. I'm very happy with it so far.

    Best of Luck,
    Jeff

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    I am sleeping on the Montbell U.L. spiral hugger #1 and NeoAir pad. My system weighs just under 3 pounds and is rated to 15 degrees. It is very compressable and I love it.

    My partner is on a BA blackburn with insulated core pad and he loves it. I believe his weighs about 1.5 pounds more than my system but is rated for colder weather.

 

 

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