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walkinggirluk

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sleeping bags
« on: 18:35:32, 16/12/06 »
Am looking for a 4 season sleeping bag Marmot Womens Angel Fire or the The North Face Blue Kazoo Reg not sure which one to get dose anyone know which is the best 4 season s/bag for around 150:00 pounds help!. ??? :-\
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M J B

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Re: sleeping bags
« Reply #1 on: 16:00:08, 23/12/06 »
Ive just bought http://www.cotswoldoutdoor.com/Cat/119449?Ref=116842 hopefully it will be ok. Off to Scotland for New Year so will be camping in it  ??? lol

walkinggirluk

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Re: sleeping bags
« Reply #2 on: 20:18:56, 27/12/06 »
I have found the sleeping bag now  Superlight Regular worth 189:99 thanks mjb i looked at cotsworlds and blacks but found this one in ellis brigham its a 4 season downs by north face. as mother said she buy me this for christmas!. 
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Re: sleeping bags
« Reply #3 on: 00:11:34, 29/12/06 »
I've had a North Face 4 season bag for twenty years now and it still performs well. I used to use it on the Vallee Blanche and so on in -20C+ but now it only gets used in British winters and summers. I've only washed it 4 times, working on the premise that it's better to have a dirty warm bag than a clean cold one. I remember it cost over 100 then when North Face was specialist stuff not as trendy as it is now. Hope yours lasts as well.
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walkinggirluk

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Re: sleeping bags
« Reply #4 on: 21:29:11, 01/01/07 »
Hope so going away soon planning a week away so should be able to use it than.  Try ed it out in the house but it not the same i sat in it all Christmas day as i was full of a cold.  god can't believe you had your sleeping bag for 20 years mind you saying that my partner as had hes for 25 years or so i think hes dad brought it him. 
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Re: sleeping bags
« Reply #5 on: 23:52:24, 06/01/07 »
Hope you enjoy your week away. I'm sure your sleeping bag will live up to expectations.
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