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Old 01-27-2013, 14:11   #1
HKLovingIT
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Right size sleeping bag

In terms of thermal rating I've always been told to add 10-20 degrees to what the manufacturer says on the tag. What are your thoughts on how to approach getting a bag that will do the job while not adding unnecessary bulk and weight. Or I guess another way to ask is that you can certainly buy too little bag but aside from weight considerations can you buy too much thermal protection?

Maybe some guys have summer bags and winter bags but if you can only get a set for a family of four what are your thoughts? Worst case scenario would be outdoors use with night time temps in the teens.

I'm interested in getting some quality bags for both preparation plus camping use.

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