A major point I would like to make is that the guy used a -20F rated bag at a temp of +38F.
I would like to see this type of thing done where the bag is rated near the temp that it is tested at.[/QUOTE]
just what i was thinking when i saw it....not a realistic real life scenario ......when its 40F someone doesnt use a sub zero bag...you might go into a sweat coma or something....but to do a wet bag experiment, the lower rating the bag, the better results....which doesn't really prove anything to me....just another beargrillystunt...
i done a real deal wet bag hypothermic close call conditions can't get much worse maybe survive or blow away or not donnar party type of backmountain hike....not planned that way....but walked out (no video)