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If I'm looking for a zero degree bag, it's because I need it in winter, or at high altitude. Either way, personally, I prefer a mummy bag. Mummy bags cut weight by tapering at both ends. An added bonus of the tapering is that the fabric of the bag is kept closer to the body, trapping additional heat.
In short, if you're car camping, these are fine. If you're getting out there, these are way, way too big and bulky.
The 12 days of crap was just that- crap.
It's funny how when Woot! calls their stuff crap, it's ok, but when *YOU* call it crap, *poof* you get banned. Hypocrites.
What's the point in commenting anymore when every time I comment, someone deletes it?
I've had enough of this absolute crap. I'm not spending one more dime here. NOT. ONE. DIME. The employees here are so thin skinned that I can't say a damn thing without hurting any precious little snowflakes.
Ask a legitimate question? *POOF* get banned.
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This site suggests it's 0ºF / -18ºC that the bag performs at.
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