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This bag is terrific. I've used it in hot weather (I.e. 30+*C degrees) and also in cold weather (below 0*C) and had no problems with either…
- ELLIOT, 11/14/12
this bag rules!, its super warm and incredibly light weight. I would recommend the XS sea to summit e-vent compression sac to keep it dry on the trail, this also will compress…
- greg, 02/14/11
I've used this bag down to about 20 degrees and it was true to its rating when you shift most of the down to the top of the bag. The zipper hardly snags and there is minimal…
- William, 10/20/10
The Western Mountaineering UltraLite 20 degree down sleeping bag is one of the best available. The bag is very breathable (but still water repelling) and warms you up as soon…
- Justin, 12/24/11
I logged over 300 miles on the Pacific Crest Trail this summer, 140 of which were through the Sierra's, and I was never cold and always comfortable.…
- Nicholas, 09/29/10
I am a VERY cold sleeper, and after nearly freezing to death in only 40 degree weather in my previous sleeping bag, I said, "that's it. I don't care what it costs, I am never…
- Jerri, 09/27/12
I tested this bag in fall 2012. At 2#6.4oz it was a bit heavier than advertised. Though it seemed to add considerable bulk, the waterproof breathable membrane was a strong sel…
- Ati, 01/25/13
Was excited when I received this bag due to positive reviews I read. Got it out of the shipping box, and tried the cinch cord to close the hood around my face. It hardly cin…
- Lisa, 11/29/12
I like to think of the WM Alpinlite bag as my fortress of solitude! This sleeping bag instills fear and commands respect. It's baffles are lush and the extra room in the shou…
- DAVID, 03/05/10
Love it. This bag is champion. I'm 6ft, 210, with broad shoulders and a thick chest and this bag fits perfectly. I have the 6ft bag as well, if your much over 6ft tall go for…
- KENT, 05/21/06
I bought the Western Mountaineering Puma MF Sleeping Bag because I am always cold. I was looking for the warmest light bag on the market. After a lot of research I found out t…
- roumiana, 08/28/10
Slept in this at 14,900 feet in Nepal. Everyone else froze in their bags--I was toasty warm.…
- REBECCA, 10/31/08
My finance and I recently got this sleeping bag for our wedding. It is very warm and comfortable. I wish it would pack a bit tighter, but other than that good product.…
- Jamie, 07/02/13
My wife and I have both owned WM sleeping bags (I have since moved to Feathered Friends) and have nothing but positives to share. Stacie has actually used this bag as a 4-seas…
- STACIE, 01/21/10
This bag was part of my answer to age/wt problem when I purchased it in 6/96.It has kept me warm in a snow storm in Bhutan. I pulled my zipped up jacket over the foot of the b…
- Ben, 08/22/12
I utilized this bag on a 2 week expedition to Peru, in which the weather was more unstable and colder than any of my previous trips to the Cordillera Blanca Range. Fortunatel…
- DAN, 11/28/13
order over the phone, get the overfill option you won't have to ware your clothes and
down jacket to sleep very warm at 20 or 30 below F RICHARD NM…
- RICHARD, 01/16/12
RIO RANCHO NM
Take it to a campsite where the temp was -27C / -16.6F and could sleep very comfortable. Must have for high altitude trips!…
- HAJIME, 07/04/12
This is the first down sleeping bag i've ever owned. I recently used it on a 5-night mountaineering trip on Mt Baker. I was terrified that I would get the bag wet (my double…
- Benjamin, 06/18/13
This bag is comfy, I was a bit skeptical at first, but I've been convinced after some use here in Norway. This is a great in between season’s bag and for those warm winter n…
- +YVIND, 10/20/13
So most bags use this theoretical rating system based on survival. This bag does not and kept me warm at 7 degrees and luke warm at about -5. I think it is important to add…
- JANE, 10/19/08
This bag will adjust to almost any temperature, due to the zipper system and the continous baffles. In other words, a true 3-season bag, super comfortable!…
- Øivind, 10/31/09
I bought this bag a couple of years ago and have used it a handful of times winter camping here in chilly New England. This bag lofts up to an almost ridiculous height, given…
- Rob, 11/19/12
This time last year I bought the MH Phantom 0. Upon receiving the bag (from Moosejaw btw) I tried it out and it was a little tight. I figured if I was actually cold enough t…
- Michael, 02/23/12
I use this bag out west (3 season use) and it is of the highest quality and comfort. The temperature rating is spot on and it is like sleeping in a cloud. Although it is rated…
- Timothy, 12/21/12
I was worried that the Gore Windstopper would be a bit much; we were initially considering the MF fabric since it’s a lighter but I'm quite happy with it. We slept in a 3 se…
- MARTINE, 12/01/12
When I was looking to buy a new sleeping bag there were a few features that were a must for me. I wanted something warm, yet light, small and compressible when stuffed, water…
- Brent, 03/23/11
This bag is so nice and warm its probably rated too high. So more heat for you buck whats not to love.…
- David, 03/10/09
The Cat's Meow is a great sleeping bag and is reasonably priced if you are just getting into camping, overall, if you're buying your first bag, this is definitely the way to g…
- Cara, 08/08/11
Both me and my girlfriend were looking to upgrade our sleeping bags before our big trip to the Adirondacks. We both settled on the Cat's Meow after seeing it in person at our…
- aaron, 08/27/13
I used this bag four times in the winter of 2010-2011 and am looking forward to using it in the winter of 2011-2012. I never zipped it up and did not use a tent. When unzipp…
- Daniel, 12/01/11
In addition to the usual suspects of short winter trips, I have taken this bag on three expeditions to the Alaska Range. I sleep plenty warm in -20 (in a tent) with it. I ha…
- Greg, 08/18/10
This is one of the best gear purchases I have ever made. I have tested it to -17 without a tent and I slept comfortably all night. Lofts as well as the day I bought it. Use…
- Scott, 05/01/11
I picked this bag up along with the All Season Neo Air at the end of summer and have used it in a few different colder weather scenarios and it has performed exceptionally wel…
- Kevin, 12/02/13
Trying to get a good night's sleep while training in Colorado's backcountry, but you can't because you’re on an incline and your bag keeps sliding off the pad. Know that f…
- UWE, 12/02/13
My relationship with this bag can be best summarized as love at first sight. Unfortunately, the first time I used the bag I noticed that the stitching (though beautiful and p…
- Luke, 11/08/10
on an ill fated (we had to hike out to closest road after getting dumped on by 20" snow over night) Pemi traverse last winter this bag was awesome. I am 6'6" 185lb and always…
- jeff, 11/04/11
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At Moosejaw we want to make shopping as much fun as backpacking the Chilkoot trail, climbing in Yosemite, mountaineering in the Himalayas or playing red rover with the neighbors who you don't like that much but they're always ready to play any game in the cul-de-sac so you make do. If you're offended by ridiculous commentary don't click on the Moosejaw Madness section. Instead just pay attention to the all the products because we carry the finest selection of the best gear and outerwear in the world.
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1992 - Moosejaw opens in Keego Harbor, Michigan. My mom got a new Mountaineer. My girlfriend cheated on me with a very handsome boy so you can't really blame her. I invented soft soap but someone had already thought of it.
1993 - I was named best hide and seek player at Moosejaw after hiding under a poncho in the shop for six straight days. There weren't any shootings in the shop. There weren't any shootings in the pawn shop next door either but we thought there would be.
1994 - We opened our second shop in East Lansing. The move was made strictly to get girls. We went a whole month without a girl coming in. The first girl to come in was actually looking for the pet shop. We got in trouble for burning books on the sidewalk outside the shop. My mom turned in her Mountaineer for an Explorer.
1995 - Little brother did it for the first time. We started Moosejaw.com. We didn't even check to see if an order came in for at least a year.
1996 -We copied all our marketing ideas from Shirley's Stuffed Cat Shop. Fortunately, Shirley died shortly after filing a law suit.
1997 - We opened our third shop in Birmingham, Michigan. My brother and I went to Alaska. A grizzly chased me down, ripped up my right leg and my back and left me for dead. I made that up. We didn't even go to Alaska. Brother went but I didn't. He saw lots of grizzlies. No he didn't. Yes he did. My mom turned in her Explorer for a new Explorer.
1998 - We opened our fourth shop in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. Moosejaw.com really started to boom so all the staff got cordless phones and swords.
1999 - We almost traded the Moosejaw shops and Moosejaw.com for three ping pong tables. My mom test drove an Expedition but decided it was too big.
2000 - We opened our fourth shop in Chicago. I got arrested for throwing a bowling ball at a dog. Not really.
2001 - We opened our fifth shop in Deerfield, Illinois. At this point, we were too big and we started recommending that customers shop elsewhere. I considered a nose job to make my nose bigger.
2002- We moved to a big new warehouse for Moosejaw.com. My mom traded in her Explorer for the Expedition, decided it was still too big and got a new Explorer. We made shirts with a kangaroo instead of a moose and started a recycling program for anything yellow.
2003 - We opened our sixth shop in Rochester Hills, Michigan. Shirley's son, from Shirley's Stuffed Cat Shop, died. We got a second warehouse.
2004 - Nothing happened.
2005 - We moved into one bigger warehouse. My mom traded in her Explorer for a new Explorer. We're opening a seventh shop in Ann Arbor. I had four cavities and got accused of eating candy just for the nitrous.
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