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    Quote Originally Posted by mwpeng View Post
    Where did you see the O deg 1 lb bag?
    It actually weighs 2lb 11oz. It's called the "Viper" you can find it on Amazon for $125.

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    http://blue-mtn.net/clear/c1.htm

    Near the bottom. 129$, 1 lb.

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    If you can get by with a 15 degree bag. I just picked up a Marmot Aspen 15 degree bag at Dicks. 600 FP goose down weighing 2lbs 8oz. Made exclusively for Dicks but Marmot stands behind this bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBRanger View Post
    http://blue-mtn.net/clear/c1.htm

    Near the bottom. 129$, 1 lb.
    The "Net fill" is 1 lbs. The actual weight is 3.1 lbs. I sometimes get the two confused...

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    I may have missed this, but WHERE in the desert are you going that you'll need a 0 degree bag?

    During winter, I almost LIVE in the local high-desert, and we never see 0-degrees...

    That, and a good thermarest and tent make it much warmer.


    That said, I have a US Army issue arctic bag (-20) I'll sell... It's 7lbs, comfy, and only used once despite it's 50+ years old...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leifo5343 View Post
    The "Net fill" is 1 lbs. The actual weight is 3.1 lbs. I sometimes get the two confused...

    ~Leif
    DOH! Thanks for the tip.

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    Quilts work as well as bags, less weight at any given temp rating comparision too...

    JRB Old Rag Mtn easily into single digits, possibly zero for some...on sale about $ 250...packs to 8x8x10...25 oz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter_pan View Post
    Quilts work as well as bags, less weight at any given temp rating comparision too...

    JRB Old Rag Mtn easily into single digits, possibly zero for some...on sale about $ 250...packs to 8x8x10...25 oz

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    Pan,

    What did you use up at Mount Rogers this past January? I didn't get a chance to tour everyone's set up.

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