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    Senior Member blackbishop351's Avatar
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    Greensboro, NC
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    Potomac UQ
    Not a durability issue, but I just got a JRB Old Rag Mountain in the mail today (thanks, Pan!). He sent the standard compression sack with it - which was cool - but it's not big enough. The quilt barely fits in the sack with no room for the rolled closure to work. It'd be big enough with a drawstring, but not the compression top.
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    I thought the same thing when I got my Mt. Rogers. But it does fit, and the compression thingy works as described by the others. Just gotta really stuff it in there and roll the top over and cinch it down.

    I love my Mount Rogers it is so warm. I used it last night wearing just shorts and at 30 degrees I was plenty warm.

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