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    Can you use a synthetic sleeping bag as a pea pod?

    I already have this one:
    http://www.amazon.com/Ledge-River-De.../dp/B002RJ4NE6
    http://www.overstock.com/Sports-Toys...1/product.html

    These were the ones that I was also considering butchering. But they are a decent bag – Just big that’s all.

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    I think that I am also going to check out the poncho liner thing...

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    You can use a synthetic bag. The only reason I got a down bag was because I got a good deal on it and it compresses better than synthetic.

    As long as you don't mind having no room to move around in, you can use a mummy bag. I prefer to have room to move my legs when I sleep so I went with a rectangular bag.

    Because of my dislike of how constricting mummy bags are, I'm presently taking mine and turning it in to a UQ.
    "The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits." - Albert Einstein

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