That sounds like quite a trip.

I am a good cold sleeper, This bag has slept me well slightly bellow its listed rating.

– When my Western Mountaineering Antelope is too warm, anything above 30, I turn to this wonderfully made bag. I have never experienced the outer or inner fabric absorbing water or a reduction in the loft of the down. In our tests with an aftermarket compression sack, this bagged compacted to a respectable packed volume of 7.2 liters. If you would like an overfill bag, please contact our customer service department at 1-877-883-6276. I’ve taking it down to 30 degrees, with a light base layer, and slept like a baby.

Reproduction without permission is prohibited. Find it here at Backcountry, at Amazon.com, and at CampSaver. +21 To fully enjoy their impressive warmth-to-volume performance you will need to get a third-party compression sack.

There appear to be 3 sizes available (long, regular, short) but the description only has two user heights: 6 ft 0 in (Regular);6 ft 6 in (Long)? I used a tarp and a bivy sack to save weight.

If you can anticipate a cold snap you can go to bed with layers ready to close up inside.

This larger 3-season down bag can become a 4-season bag. October 30, 2012. The temps did not go below 40 degrees, but the humidity and rain made it feel cooler at night. This year backpack hunting in northern Nevada at 8,500 ft. at 15° F. I wore long johns in the bag but had no need for the insulated jacket and pants. Construction is great. Source: bought it new

6in., 56MEGNLZ, Western Mountaineering Megalite Sleeping Bag, 30F/-2C, RZ, Navy Blue, 6ft. Free shipping on orders over $49, and earn up to 10% back in Moosejaw …

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First time I unzipped the bag the zipper snagged and the bag ripped open. sleeping pad. The 3/4 length two pull zipper is one of the reasons I wanted this bag. – I bought my Caribou used off of Whiteblaze a good 6 years back.

As the Megalite comes from WM it has no left side baffle. For me that is not a problem. unisex 3-Season Down Sleeping Bags, More Product Details from Western Mountaineering », http://www.westernmountaineering.com/contact/, https://www.trailspace.com/forums/trip-reports/. With long johns and quilted synthetic jacket and pants and balaclava I've been very cozy at 10°F  on a Therm-a-Rest Trail Pro self-inflating mattress. R U nuts?

This strip gives the fabric next to the zipper critical stiffness that prevents it from snagging in the zipper. For warm weather backpacking (nighttime temps 80 F. or more) I zip the Megalite all the way, lay the opened bag flat on my Thermarest Prolite mattress and insert the mattress foot into the bag's foot. | updated Jan 5, 2017.

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I was impressed for a light weight 30 degree sleeping bag.

While the 20 degree bag is my all around favorite rating for the Rockies, I've found the MegaLite to work well for those trips where lows are forecasted to be more in the mid to high 30's or above. I have a buddy who has the same bag who said it’s rating of 30deg is on the conservative side.

For dedicated backcountry travelers, however, the performance benefits should be worth the cost. I have (2) WM bags. It will take some getting used to. We wisselen graag gedachten uit - We zijn benieuwd naar je mening!   You cannot paste images directly. Price Paid: $280, hikeon I tested it in the backyard at 30 degrees.

They report the lower 850+ number to be on the safe side and indicate the level of loft that's expected once the down is slightly compressed within the fabric of a sleeping bag or garment. Although this doesn't really affect their venting ability, it does limit their use as a blanket or quilt. +945

The Feather Friends' zippers, in contrast, extend four inches farther. Horizontal baffles allow one to shift the down if needed, but I always like to shake all the down to the top of the bag after unpacking and then vent with the 2 way zipper if needed. How can we improve GearLab?

I have used this sleeping bag on three trips in Alabama and four section hikes on the Appalachian Trail.

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So without a doubt, learn from my mistake and exercise patience with the zipper. That is the Mega part of Megalite.  

Once I tried McNett's Gear Aid down Cleaner using 1 oz for a bag I haven't a need for any other product line, as they are superior to NIKWAX products.

I have slept comfortably (with all my summer clothes on) down to 28°F.

Although it's certainly pricey, if we could only have one bag for all our adventures, this would be it.

At only 1 lb 8 oz this is your best friend during a summer bike trip. My experience with NIKWAX down cleaner is that it's so watered down that you need 3.5 ozs.

The stuff sack Western Mountaineering includes with the MegaLite is light at 1.6 oz, but there are other sacks that weigh half as much. +18

Onderweg merk je nauwelijks dat je met je eigen slaapplek rondwandelt.

It has 900 fill down, which has better quality and is lighter (1lb 3oz).

10:00 AM - 6:00 PM MST Monday-Saturday, Western Mountaineering Megalite Sleeping Bag, 30F/-2C, LZ, Navy Blue, 6ft.

Very light, comfortable, and compactable. Temperature Rating: 30F Another small issue is the hood. When I got home I took the bag out of its sack.

Long term winner! The Western Mountaineering MegaLite is cut to suit large folks so they too can enjoy the benefits of the ExtremeLite series. – I bought this bag to give bikepacking a try. The extra room provides extra comfort for not so slim sleepers and / or allows for greater layering leeway without compressing the insulation of your layers or the bag. The looser fit of the Megalite ventilates better in …

Temperature was 17 degrees with winds @ 15mph gusting to 25mph.

When you also factor in its considerable warmth, it results in an impressive warmth-to-weight ratio. – This thing is tiny.

Now produced in more of a navy blue color, I've used my classic MegaLite in "Plum" for many years through the Midwest, Southwest, and in the Rockies. When you also factor in its considerable warmth, it results in an impressive warmth-to-weight ratio. After 30 minutes, I had to remove the fleece and didn't put them back on until just before I got out of the bag the next morning. Quality construction, Excellent comfort, roomy and made in the U.S.A. Good to 20 degrees in a tent with light thermals and wool socks. Your email address will not be published. (Fortunately the space blanket was set up in an A frame so the moisture dripped to the sides.). Overall a good sleepinging bag.

It compresses easily into it’s XS bag, light as a feather (so to speak), but does.

Although I haven't had the opportunity to push this bag to its temperature rating, I'm confident in its 30F rating based upon this company's stellar reputation.

Five years on and I'm still very happy with my WM Megalite.

Western Mountaineering manufactures a broad range of down sleeping bags in different shapes, sizes and shell fabric options. High quality, light weight and compressible!   Well-made and a long-term investment. Price Paid: around $300. This secures the foot and gives you a "quilt" that is very comfortable in weather that's too warm for a mummy bag.

× She gave me the bag which now had some floral smell and wasn't quite dry. I thru hiked the AT with this bag, starting in April and ending in October.

Price Paid: 350$. Customer service told me I would have to pay for the repair and it would take 2 months. This packed down far more than a 30 degree REI bag and a 40 degree North Face synthetic bag.

I slept in a T-shirt and long underwear and had. Like most sleeping bags, the temps rating is a little exaggerated.

Thanks for the update, hikeon! I will let you know the exact circumstances if it happens.

This down bag features insanely lightweight 850-fill goose down … I am 5'10", 210 lbs. Store: Check out the difference between budget down and ultra-premium. A Megalite and Versalite, both in the longer lengths.

Typical of the highest quality bags Western Mountaineering makes. Its more comfortable, wide dimensions, however, do require additional materials.