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Yeti Down sleepingbag
Morts
30/05/2011
5:56:19 PM
High-quality 2 season sleeping bag with quality down filling..

bought in Jan 2008 for summer alpinism and have been used thoroughly for around 60-70 nights.. It is in well used condition (but no big holes or tears) but does still have a lot of usage left.. I have recently bought a new WM bag which is why I sell this one.

Perfect for Spring and Summer trips

I paid 289.00 for it then but as it has seen a lot of use it can be yours for only A$65.00 picked up in Sydney..

Please PM me if you want photos or further info

Thanks


specs from Yeti:
The comfortable sleeping bag. Sunrizer 300 with a full-length zipper, elaborate drawstring collar, and interior pocket.

Outer-material: ID SoftCell (Softnylon)
Inner-material: ID SoftCell (Softnylon)
Measurements: 230 x 78 x 55 cm (fits up to 185cm),
Packed-size: 13 x 13 x 32 cm
Weight: ca. 800 g
Filling: 300 g, Crystal Down 90/10, 600+ cuin,
Construction: H-chamber workmanship
EN: Comfort +7C, Limit +2C, Extreme -12C (I have used it down to 0 and was still comfy but remember that these limits are very individual)

Have a great day

Morts



mattjr
30/05/2011
6:31:16 PM
On 30/05/2011 Morts wrote:
>High-quality 2 season sleeping bag with quality down filling..

Do they use wild or farmed yeti(s)?
morts
10/06/2011
10:52:17 AM
I am not sure but would assume farmed ones... The wild ones takes forever to track down.. Usually 1 yeti is enough per bag (unless you want it extra warm)

Morts

ajfclark
10/06/2011
10:57:53 AM
I'd prefer a Tauntaun sleeping bag.

Sabu
10/06/2011
11:43:07 AM
You can use a +7 degree bag for spring and summer alpine? I presume this is in huts or something yeah?

mattjr
10/06/2011
5:17:50 PM
On 10/06/2011 ajfclark wrote:
>I'd prefer a Tauntaun
>sleeping bag.

That's awesome Andrew, I want one!
Morts
2/08/2011
1:19:57 PM
you answered that question yourself.. still a great down bag with plenty of use left in it...

Morts
dmnz
2/08/2011
6:51:57 PM
it looks like an interesting bag

bit small for me though

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