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#52861 - 04/06/18 10:10 PM new lightweight 32 degree sleepign bag
WanderingJim Offline


Registered: 02/09/15
Posts: 271
Loc: California
Any one have any suggestions or recommendation for a good 32 degree bag that is as light as possible and compacts down very small?

I have a Hyper Lamia Spark now, but have grown tired of it's half zipper and I think it's worn to the point is not keeping me as warm as it used to.

So lightweight, compacts small, full length zipper (so I can open it up fully on warm nights). Hopefully not too expensive, but I've learned that I sometimes have to spring for the good stuff.
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#52862 - 04/06/18 10:26 PM Re: new lightweight 32 degree sleepign bag [Re: WanderingJim]
GrantC Offline


Registered: 02/25/18
Posts: 3
Loc: California
I have a Mountain Hardwear Ratio 32, and I really like it. It's only 650 fill down, but it doesn't weigh much, and squeezes down to somewhere between a grapefruit and one of those mini watermelons if you use a good compression sack. Best part is that you can routinely find them on sale for around 180$ for the regular length one, and I think I paid an extra 20$ for the long. For example, backcountrygear.com has the regular length left zip for 170 right now.

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#52944 - 04/22/18 01:18 PM Re: new lightweight 32 degree sleepign bag [Re: WanderingJim]
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Anyone have any info/experience with Western Mountaineering's Summerlite? http://www.westernmountaineering.com/sleeping-bags/extremelite-series/summerlite/
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#55665 - 07/06/19 05:10 PM Re: new lightweight 32 degree sleepign bag [Re: WanderingJim]
Avi Offline


Registered: 02/15/18
Posts: 26
Loc: CA, USA
Originally Posted By: WanderingJim
Any one have any suggestions or recommendation for a good 32 degree bag that is as light as possible and compacts down very small?

I have a Hyper Lamia Spark now, but have grown tired of it's half zipper and I think it's worn to the point is not keeping me as warm as it used to.

So lightweight, compacts small, full length zipper (so I can open it up fully on warm nights). Hopefully not too expensive, but I've learned that I sometimes have to spring for the good stuff.




I have been looking into the Sea to Summit series....they seem to have some super compact/light bags.

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