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    Senior Member clb's Avatar
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    Do I need a full length or torso length

    pad? I just bought a Traveler, with Yeti 3 season deluxe UQ I will use my old 35* REI synth. bag for summer with just an old piece of blue CCF, but when the weather gets colder next fall I will buy a TQ, probably the JRB Hudson River.
    For colder weather(no colder than mid to upper 20's at most)would I still need to go with a full/or at least torso length pad to stay warm, what thickness? Like a lot of women, I sleep cold, but wear wool/syn. thermals, balaclava, socks, glove liners. I am trying to figure pack volume before I actually buy one (a pack).
    Last edited by clb; 04-08-2010 at 16:49.

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