Synthetic Sleeping Bags: Nanok and Mountain Equipment. Experiences?
I've been toying with the idea of replacing our Mountain Equipment Firewalker II sleeping bags.
Ealier posts and reponses suggested getting a down bag, but having thought about it, weighed up the pros and cons, I think we still plan to stick to synthetic. yes they are heavier, bulkier and a little less flxible in their range of uses, but I could almost afford all three bags I want for the price of a single down bag, and cleaning, dampness etc are far less of a worry!
So the questions:
1. Of the Nanok Synthetic range and the Mountain Equipment range, can you recommend a 3 season good for a guy or girl sleeping comfortably down to, say, -2 celsius, with the option of zipping the two together to make a couple-double bag....:cool4:
2. And can you recommend from the same range a bag that would see me comfy on Estonian winter camping jaunts (-10 to -15 celsius, snow and ice etc?) This would be for me only so this winter bag needs no double zipping, just warm and comfy.
Have yu considered Alp Kit, they have been mentioned on other posts before. Although they don't do synthetic bags but their prices are very competative.
Alpkit - outdoor equipment includes sleeping bags, self-inflating camping mats, boulder mats and trekking poles
Thanks, but I am looking specifically for synthetic bags.
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