RE: [Hammock Camping] sleeping bag
- For me, down bags are just plain warmer.
I have two that I use depending on the temps.
Normally I use a Feathered Friends Vireo and a jacket.
If it gets too cold I have Golite bag that goes to 0 F and has less down on
Either way, they are lighter and warmer than a synthetic bag or at least
- --- In email@example.com, "conifir1" <conifir1@...>
> i own a hh super shelter
> the reason i bought it is for comfort...
> now i have in the past owned goose down bags to sleep in....
> and they are great as long as they do not get wet...
> so last week i picked up a marmot aspen 40 degree 2lb 2 oz bag
> this is a synthetic bag...
> also i saw that marmot also has this bag in goose down...for a few
> dollrs more....but again in the back of my mind i do not want to
> with trying to dry out a down bag while traveling on my mountaincell
> bike ....
> so i need some input...
> oh yes i do have a heatsheets emergency bivvy to put on top of the
> foam for extra insulation ...to "synthetic
> so what i am asking is for pro`s and cons on "down bags"
> bags" with the use of a hh super shelter...REPLY:
I also have a HH SS, and have hiked in virtual constant rain, as well
as fallen over in a rushing creek. My bag was compressed in a 'water
resistant' stuff sack, in my pack. It has never gotten even slightly
damp. Condensation has never affected it either. Including my bike
packing, and from what I have read on various net postings, wet
sleeping bags are not very likely. You could double bag it, with the
outside bag being a new clean trash bag. Nashbar WP panniers have
never let me down.
- I would suggest putting the garbage bag on the inside. That way the
nylon stuff sack protects it from getting punctured.
There are also some ultra lightweight "dry bags" on the market from Sea
And the same thing as a whole pack liner
> REPLY: You could double bag it, with the[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> outside bag being a new clean trash bag.