Western Mountaineering 30 Degree Sleep..."
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
Alot isn't a word.
Stop using it.
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
Having made the long sad journey through just about every other decent 30-degree down bag out there, including a Summerlite (too small), this is it. The one. The bag. For the…
- Will, 03/15/11
San Francisco, CA
I've owned other bags, borrowed bags, and shacked up with a couple boyfriends in their bag. This one is by far the best. I am 5'1" and 112 pounds... not the typical buyer of…
- sarah, 02/24/11
Super light, warm, and compressible, 35 degree was being way too high, more like a 25, This bag is more for an experienced backpacker, because it isn't as durable as others.…
- Ethan, 09/19/12
I have now used my WM Highlite in the Grand Canyon in November and North Florida in January. It is incredibly light and stuffs down to the size of large can of soup. It kept…
- Mark, 03/13/11
I'm a 5'5", 135lb adult female, short legs, long torso. This bag is long/big enough for me- when I lie in it straight with the top pullcord loose, it comes up to my nose. If…
- Emily, 05/24/11
Northern New Mexico
I have now owned my WM Tamarak for 5 years. I am only 5 ft tall, so this is a bag that feels tailored just for me. I can close the drawstring top over my head and poke my no…
- Luke, 11/09/13