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    my 3 season yeti weights about 12 oz

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    3 season.... i think said rated to 30*? - How much loft is in the three season compared to the four?

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    3 season is 20's for warm sleepers, 30's for cold sleepers

    winter yeti will have about 40% more loft

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    how do you really know if you are a warm sleeper or cold sleeper....

    2 -2&1/2 in. loft for a three season yeti probably then?

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    well, it's generally in comparison to given ratings of your gear (like a sleeping bag) can you easily get to the given rating and beyond while still comfy, or do you get cold above the given rating? are you tend to sleep hot or are you often cold?

    3 season yeti is baffeled to 1.5" with a heavy overstuff. and lofts to about 3" when laying on the floor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamond Diggs View Post


    how do you really know if you are a warm sleeper or cold sleeper....

    2 -2&1/2 in. loft for a three season yeti probably then?
    You know like this: What is the temperature set at in your house? I like it about 68, then i know im a warm sleeper, plus when i sleep i throw the covers off because i get hot.

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