-20 Sierra Designs Down Sleeping bag

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-20 Sierra Designs Down Sleeping bag

Postby Ellen » Sat Apr 23, 2016 3:07 pm

Howdy All,

I'm selling my -20 down sleeping bag at GearTrade. If interested, please see:

https://www.geartrade.com/item/475511/s ... s-up-to-55

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Re: -20 Sierra Designs Down Sleeping bag

Postby Ellen » Sat Apr 30, 2016 1:44 pm

Howdy All,

Correction -- the goose down bag fits individuals up to 5'7"

http://www.geartrade.com/item/475511/si ... s-up-to-57

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Re: -20 Sierra Designs Down Sleeping bag

Postby Ellen » Tue May 03, 2016 10:06 am

Correction again -- sold the sleeping bag on GearTrade. Now my double plastic boots just need to find a home for someone with small feet (size 40 men's) :lol: Also have a -20 F down jacket for sale on GearTrade.
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Re: -20 Sierra Designs Down Sleeping bag

Postby Hikin_Jim » Tue May 03, 2016 7:23 pm

Congrats on the sale. I guess this means you've forsworn mountaineering?

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Re: -20 Sierra Designs Down Sleeping bag

Postby Ellen » Thu May 05, 2016 9:42 am

Howdy HJ :)

I have a zero degree bag which keeps me very toasty and I haven't used the -20 F bag or the -20 F down jacket since the Aconcagua expedition. If I ever need double plastic boots, I'll have to go for a larger size. My La Sportiva Trango boot's are perfect for California snow adventures. I'm keeping my Black Diamond 4 season First Light tent as I still want to snow camp and bag surrounding peaks 8) I hoped to do that this winter but my shoulder said no :?

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Re: -20 Sierra Designs Down Sleeping bag

Postby Hikin_Jim » Sun May 08, 2016 5:36 pm

Yeah, I haven't used my zero degree bag in years although my cold sleeper wife has a couple of times. I've also learned the trick of wearing layers to bed, so I've greatly extended the operational temperature range of my 32F bag. I love my 32F bag because it packs small and is pretty darned light (about 1.25 lbs). I also recently bought a Yama Mountain Gear tent, a Cirriform Double Wall, 1.25 lbs. They have an even lighter single wall version, but a double wall came up on one of the various gear swap forums on Facebook for a good price, so I pounced on it. Temps were down to low 20's, possibly even high teens when last I was out, but I did OK.

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1.25 lbs - Cirriform DW Tent (one person)
1.25 lbs - Western Mountaineering Summerlite 32 F sleeping bag.
0.50 lbs - Neoair 3/4 length pad.
2.00 lbs - Gossamer Gear Mariposa backpack.
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5.00 lbs - total for the "big three" (sleep set up, shelter, and backpack).

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