Bit of a stretch here I'm sure. I'm looking for a sleeping bag with a low profile when rolled up that can take temperatures under 30 degrees and doesn't destroy a bank account.
It doesn't even have to be a sleeping bag but a "system" of sorts for a 1 person tent that doesn't consume a bunch of room on/in my pack.
I have a sleeping bag I've had for a while someone gave me for free but even in a compression pack it's too large.
>Bit of a stretch here I'm sure. I'm looking for a sleeping bag with a low profile when rolled up that can take temperatures under 30 degrees
> and doesn't destroy a bank account.
Oh. Well 2 out of 3 ain't bad.
What's your budget? I have a kelty ignite awesome fucking bag! Rates at 16.6 on the absolute bottom of male comfort. Weighs 2 pounds 7 ounces. Dri coated down. Ran $270 at Rei but I got it for $160 on steepandcheap.com
I got a down subzero bag for 60 new. It can fit inside a standard school backpack with room left over. Reminder that you need a ground layer like a sleeping pad. No, really, you do. I also use a wool blanket inside (because comfy as fuck.) Wool is heavy and bulky, though. Lots of winter camping in the snow on top of mountains.
>autist unable to take contextual cues
Did I trigger you?
The bigger problem here is that us poor nonamericans have next to no idea what 30° Fahrenheit actually means.
Also, we wouldn't have a clue had OP asked for "sub zero degree", for example. Not specifying units is bad form that should be avoided even if it can be inferred from context.
you wouldn't even use a sleeping bag in 30 celsius weather. You knew what he meant, you just want to be an autist about it and turn this into another europe vs america thread.
As an "ignorant burger," I know roughly what celcius temps mean. Oh, my oh so knowledgeable and cultured european superior who is so worldly and wide-read, you don't know farenheit when burgers are literate in both measures?
Go suck a migrant's cock and kill yourself with a butter knife.
shop clearance sales at sporting goods stores and rei ect.
barring that, modular sleep system, cheap, durable, but heavy, also only comes in one color: green black and woodland.
supposedly rated 50*F down to -50*F, depending on which pieces you are using, presumably scaling from the bare bivy down to both bags and the bivy.
it should come with a compression sack but don't assume it is included unless specified, it is fairly sizable even when compressed though and obviously shouldn't be stored that way when you aren't traveling with it.