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    3 season yeti temps???

    OK now that there is a sale on warbonnets great products, I was wondering if anybody can tell me what was there coldest,and comfortable night in a yeti
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    38*F and I was fine. Many have gone lower but I was comfortable.
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    Teens and still comfortable, albeit in an arid climate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiredhiker View Post
    OK now that there is a sale on warbonnets great products, I was wondering if anybody can tell me what was there coldest,and comfortable night in a yetti
    I've gone into the upper 20's (I'm guessing 27/28 degrees F.) using a 25 degree down bag inside the hammock. I was comfy but personally I wouldn't want to push it below 25 degrees.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beep View Post
    I've gone into the upper 20's (I'm guessing 27/28 degrees F.) using a 25 degree down bag inside the hammock. I was comfy but personally I wouldn't want to push it below 25 degrees.
    Same here...about 25F.

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    Well that sounds about right, I thank you all who added a comment, And I am sure there the tough people who go out in sub freezing weather,,I wont name names right Shug.........lol 27 below the man is part snowman..thanks again
    I am glad I have ordered the winter yetti and have the 3 season for the summer..

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