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    Yeti 3 season ?

    What is the dimensions on the yeti 3 season and how cold is it rated to ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beast 71 View Post
    What is the dimensions on the yeti 3 season and how cold is it rated to ?
    I can't verify temp rating, but greenlespaul has taken my 3 season yeti down to the mid 20's.
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    I've had my 3 season Yeti down to 21F. I slept fine but for me that's about the limit I'd want to go with it. I was also using a JRB Old Rag Mtn for a top quilt.

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    I think he has it 'rated' around 30. Even I don't find it warm enough for use in the lower teens. It will work into the low twenties, but you need to be a warmer sleeper already. Otherwise you'll probably be a little chilled.
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    Yetti w/ reflective liner into the mid twenties and stayed warm. I am planning to use this combo at the Mt. Rogers hang. I will have additional pads if I need them but I am hopeful the Yetti pulls through.
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    11 degrees with a liner and full length CCF

    I had mine with a reflective liner and a full-length 1/2 inch CCF pad down to 11. Also had an Old Rag Mtn TQ also. Still felt I had plenty left in it.


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    7... it was 15 degrees and high winds... i was using a self inflating therm a rest. not a prolite 4 or anything and i was in a north face 20 degree cats meow with a 40 degree jrb quilt over it. 7 degrees is what i got to.

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