Down or Synthetic?

Discuss commercial bags, quilts, hammock systems you have used and give weights, your likes and dislikes.
gregb
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Re: Down or Synthetic?

Postby gregb » Sat Nov 21, 2009 9:47 pm

Well I found a much smaller sythetic rated at 15 degrees. It actually lays sideways in the bottom of my pack :D . It's a Backside (oh, I can't wait to hear the jokes :lol: ) with X-Fibre insulation. It compresses with little effort to 8.5" dia. x 12" long in the included compression sack.

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Re: Down or Synthetic?

Postby zelph » Sat Nov 21, 2009 10:28 pm

gregb wrote:Well I found a much smaller sythetic rated at 15 degrees. It actually lays sideways in the bottom of my pack :D . It's a Backside (oh, I can't wait to hear the jokes :lol: ) with X-Fibre insulation. It compresses with little effort to 8.5" dia. x 12" long in the included compression sack.


Shoulda bought 2 and used one for a pillow :D

A Backside with X rated insulation???? I made a funny!!!!!
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Re: Down or Synthetic?

Postby realityguy » Sat Nov 21, 2009 11:00 pm

I bet you can only get one in "buttocks" brown,right? :o


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