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post #5 of (permalink) Old 03-28-2016, 10:03 AM
kellymcdonald78
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Originally Posted by ashi View Post
Hi, I highly recommend: http://featheredfriends.com/

I just picked up a winter sleeping bag (Arctic Finch EX -10). It'd be way too warm for what you're doing but I was surprised at how great the quality was for its price. I have a summer sleeping bag made by a different manufacturer (the Switch 10) which is great, but when it wears out, I'll be purchasing a new one from Feathered Friends again.

Good luck
We've been extremely happy with our Feathered Friends bag, but I wouldn't call them inexpensive (even more so with the weakened dollar). For your son I'd definitely recommend the Big Agnes Wolverine youth bags. They don't pack down as nicely, but they are fairly light weight and very comfortable. My kids have used theirs from -20 to +20 with never a complaint. We've taken them on several multi day trips.
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