Re: Anyone own a Mountain Hardwear 35/50°F Down Flip sleeping bag ?
I've seen these. While they are cool on the surface, after thinking about them I wouldn't benefit from the design.
1. I never go on trips with lows in both the 50s and mid 30s
2. If its in the 50s I don't want the weight of a 35° bag with me
3. After going with a quilt, I never see the need to carry the weight of under insulation besides a pad/UQ
This would be OK if weight doesn't matter to you, you like sleeping in a bag, you have a limited budget, or limited space. I still wouldn't call it ideal.