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Thread: Mont bell down hugger #3 long

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    Mont bell down hugger #3 long

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Size:  2.42 MBFor sale: near new mont bell bag. Down hugger #3 long. Spent 8 nights in it and was in cold weather (Fiordland) and got but cold for me (cold sleeper).
    I'm 6.2 and 110 kg and fitted good with clothes on.
    Very compact bag prob more suited to huts or north island tent.
    $350 to your door.
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    What does it weigh?
    Is this the Super spiral model?
    How compact is it in cram bag?
    Cheers

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    Yes super spiral, I got a sea to summit dry cram bag here that I'll put it in and weigh and show size.Name:  IMG_1469.JPG
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    Man can of beer as comparison
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    Weighs 710 grams including the dry cram bag which is 100 grams
    Will chuck dry cram bag in for $20 its brand new also.

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    Fantastic bag. I have the same and I think I'd be looking at a warmer bag for Fiordland. Great price too. If I didn't already have one I'd be all over it.
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    Thanks mate yea, just a bit nippy and as I will be mostly under a fly in north I think I just need a higher temp rating was bloody cold last week down there tho!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwijames View Post
    Fantastic bag. I have the same and I think I'd be looking at a warmer bag for Fiordland. Great price too. If I didn't already have one I'd be all over it.
    So with a liner on the inside this be ok up here? Iím a cold prick not to mention tight one so wanting something small to pack down for nights away.


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    I borrowed a thermal liner down there and was ok with a puffer on and thermals but it was about -10 that night liner was the extreme sea to summit, mate didn't need it as his bag was hot.

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    Mont bell down hugger #3 long

    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    So with a liner on the inside this be ok up here? Iím a cold prick not to mention tight one so wanting something small to pack down for nights away.


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    Iím sleeping in mine pretty happy @Danny and Iím a cooler sleeper. I still use a Neoair mat to keep warm and off the ground in a tent. Was on Ruahine tops last month and it was fine. This bag is slightly warmer than mine with the XP down. I still think it is a 3 season bag even in the NI and will need a liner or extra clothes when it gets cold.
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    Bump 350 incl cram dry bag delivered

 

 

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