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    looking for a sleeping bag cover

    I'm really getting into minimal hiking when i go out by myself and occasionally i'll sleep on the ground (ahhhhhhhh, noooo! )

    so i'm looking for a sleeping bag cover that would help keep my sleeping bag dry and clean...anyone have any?
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    Hey Man,
    Here's some bivy sacks at Cableas...

    http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/te...set=ISO-8859-1

    http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/te...set=ISO-8859-1

    The newer, re-designed Cabelas XPG bivy (now with DryPlus) is supposed to better than the earlier model. Breathes better and 100% waterproof.

    Other than that, Integral Designs has a bivy made out of eVent material. That would be really waterproof and breathable too. But OUCH, that price hurts...

    http://www.backcountrygear.com/catal...il.cfm/IN19001

    Just some thoughts.

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    oof, ALL those prices hurt! i'm in college man! haha, i was thinking more of around $40? maybe used?
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    http://sixmoondesigns.com/ultralight/myo_Meteor.asp

    plus

    www.Owfinc.com

    I'm sure someone in your dorm has got a sewing machine - the fallingwater is a pretty easy project, and you get the pride of some homemade gear!
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    so what material would i use to make one?
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    anyone got a used one?
    This is the day that the Lord has made-let us rejoice and be glad in it! Psalm 118:24

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    Early Winters Bag cover

    Yeah, I have one. It's about 15-18 years old, a GoreTex bag cover made by a company called Early Winters. It was a very cool company that has long since gone out of business. It was only used once inside of a tent. Even though it is GoreTex, it should be placed on a ground cover and used with a tarp. Weighs very close to a pound. I paid a little over $100 for it way back then. If you're interested I'll let you have it for $40 including shipping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heescha View Post
    anyone got a used one?
    I was just at an army barracks store and saw they had some for like 5 or 10 bucks. tagged as sleeping bag covers . don't know if you have a army surplus store near you but if so check it out you just never know you might be surprised.

    TY

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    Quote Originally Posted by heescha View Post
    anyone got a used one?
    check you local army/navy surplus for gortex

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    Bargain Cave

    Quote Originally Posted by heescha View Post
    oof, ALL those prices hurt! i'm in college man! haha, i was thinking more of around $40? maybe used?
    If you have a Cabela's near you check the Bargain Cave regularly. I got it for $35. Only negative was it was a left hand zipper.

    The On-line Bargain Cave has it for $59.88 – $64.88
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