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    Sierra Designs Wicked Light bag

    So I'm looking at a Sierra Designs "Wicked Light" 45 degree bag as a summer bag/topquilt and was curious if anyone had used or had experience with it. I don't think they're made anymore in the down version (this one's 800 F.P. down). I think it can be unzipped to open up flat like a blanket or zip just the feet.

    Has anyone used one? How's the shell material? Would you buy it again?

    --Matt

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    Well, I decided against it. Bought a Mtn Hardwear Phantom 32 instead. I sleep cold and I think I'll get more use out of it.

    I'm planning on using it as both a sleeping bag when camping on the ground (with my kiddoes) and as a quilt in the hammock. We'll see how well that works

    --Matt

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    Mundele,

    I just saw this bag and was going to post asking about it, but searched first. I guess from the lack of replies, no one has used it. From what I was reading it did have a full zipper, the regular size weighed 9 oz, and packed to 6x16. Looks pretty dang cool.

    I have a mtn hardware switchback 20 degree. I have only been cold in it once, but that was just my feet because I did not change my socks as soon as we made it camp. Unsure of the temps, maybe in the mid teens, but I was in a tent.

    I am hunting something lighter and less bulky. Not super lightweight, but the ole billfold is keeping me limited.

    cutter

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