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    Looks as if there's an Extreme Cold version of that bag. Says it's good down to -30*F?!?


    I like to be warm. Very warm. That might just be the ticket!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    Looks as if there's an Extreme Cold version of that bag. Says it's good down to -30*F?!?


    I like to be warm. Very warm. That might just be the ticket!
    I saw that, too. I'm wondering if these bags are big enough for 6+ footers.
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    84" overall length.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    84" overall length.
    I saw that, too. I just don't know what that translates to in terms of roominess.

    I guess if it's too small, I could pass it on to you.
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    I originally went there to get the extreme, but none of their stores "Top Brass " in Houston had any, so I got this one,,, I still may get an extreme,,,,if I find one I can touch and inspect first......
    Actually I unrolled this one on the floor yesterday in the store and got in it...just to see

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    I originally went there to get the extreme, but none of their stores "Top Brass " in Houston had any.
    That's funny! I just called the store on I-45 and they told me the same thing about the Extreme Cold bag. Totally out!

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    Randy, what's the temp rating on that bag? Is it washable?
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    The stuff I read yestereday at the store sais 10 to 20*F. and do not dry clean.....
    Mine will end up in the washing machine at some point.....

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    How did it go last night?

    I can't quite make out the writing on that price tag...what are those selling for down there? I found them online for ~$50+shipping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgringo View Post
    How did it go last night?

    I can't quite make out the writing on that price tag...what are those selling for down there? I found them online for ~$50+shipping.
    The intermeadiate bag goes for $49.00
    The extreme goes for $89.00 when ya can find them

    Alan and I found 2 extremes yeaterday,,,,so that source is out of stock now.

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