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    Quote Originally Posted by Muleys 24/7 View Post
    For those of you that have this system, Do you strip down to sleep in these bags or do you wear thermals?
    Weather depending, I spent 8 nights in my bag in Oregon last week, definitely stripped down and half unzipped

    Going in a few days for 3 nights in northern Nevada and will be wearing thermals.

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    By the way, you made a good decision on the bag. You will like it.

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    i dont like the air pads, to much can go wrong, alot of people love them though. basicaly just another layer between u and earth. thermarest makes arguably the best compact pads out there. i use to never use one until i did and im sold. even used pine needles once when i forgot my pad and froze my arse off, that worked great too.

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    i dont recommend sleepin naked in elk camp, ur pardners mite not be able to make it for some random reason the following year

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drhorsepower View Post
    By the way, you made a good decision on the bag. You will like it.
    Thanks DR, looking forward to useing it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dying to kill View Post
    i dont recommend sleepin naked in elk camp, ur pardners mite not be able to make it for some random reason the following year
    What if they sleep naked too? Lol, I get what your sayin, no funny bissness in our camp, you can be sure of that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ivorytip View Post
    i dont like the air pads, to much can go wrong, alot of people love them though. basicaly just another layer between u and earth. thermarest makes arguably the best compact pads out there. i use to never use one until i did and im sold. even used pine needles once when i forgot my pad and froze my arse off, that worked great too.
    Do you use termarest with BA bag, Dose their pads fit in the bags sleeve?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muleys 24/7 View Post
    Do you use termarest with BA bag, Dose their pads fit in the bags sleeve?
    Yes depending on the size, 20x etc...

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    I use a marmot 15 deg. bag worked well last year didn't have a pad but I will this year my bag weighs just over 2lbs

 

 

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