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    SOLD: Mountain Hardwear Pinole 20F Long Sleeping Bag

    Up for sale is a Mountain Hardwear Pinole 20 degree sleeping bag. This is the long version. 84" Length.

    The bag is in perfect condition. The stuff sack has a drip of sil sealant on it that dripped there while I was fixing a tear on my backpack.

    I have taken this below 32F wearing long johns and slept comfortably.

    The stuff sack can be flipped inside out and has a fleece side for use as a pillow.

    $75 SHIPPED CONUS
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    Last edited by tyguy85; 01-03-2012 at 18:39.

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    Senior Member Ears's Avatar
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    looks like a nice down bag, i would jump on it but college kids are broke! its a national pasttime
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ears View Post
    looks like a nice down bag, i would jump on it but college kids are broke! its a national pasttime
    I believe this has synthetic fill, but correct me if I'm wrong tyguy.

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    Can you show the stuffed sack next to something to show a size comparison? Maybe a Nalgene bottle or something?

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    REI shows the stuff sack as 8 (diameter) x 17 inches (height), if that gives you any idea.

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    Hey tyguy85,

    How long have you had the bag & how has it been stored?

    Thanks,
    Mike G.
    I like to go solo - off trail - immerse myself in the area - explore - eat really well - and make it back home.

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    How much does that puppy weigh?

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    Specs for the current version say 34 oz, not sure if that's the same as this one though.

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    Hey all, Sorry for the delayed response. Busy busy busy...

    Anyways, This is a synthetic bag. Thermic Micro insulation. Supposed to have better loft and compressibility than standard poly fill. 34oz fill weight.

    Total weight with stuffsack: 3lbs 8oz - Long Version.

    Stuffed Size: 8" x 17" - with included stuff sac, could probably be stuffed tighter if you needed to. I never needed to.

    I believe this bag is 3 years old. I am the second owner.

    when not in use, I left this under my bed unstuffed with a sheet over it.

    Let me know if you have any questions.

    Thanks,

    -Ty

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    Its a nice bag I have the same one when in stuff sack and compression sack it is a little bigger than a regulation football

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