Vitaliy M. wrote:mistdaemon wrote:Vitaliy M. wrote:mistdaemon, you think it is convenient to have a two sleeping bag set up (one inside the other) and sleep without your clothes(which will be cold in the morning)? How many times a night do you need to wake up and vent? What if you oversleep and don't vent?
A claim wouldn't have a question mark in the end, would it?
Was previous question a claim?
LOL You are amusing.
I asked you questions about it, because I never used one, that's it.
In my opinion when it is -20 in the tent there is no way in hell I want to be naked putting on clothes!
By the way I did not need to vent in my down bag once during the whole trip, and it did not end up weighting 35 pounds somehow...must be magic.
Damien Gildea wrote:I do love it when a thread goes batshit crazy.
I've never used a VBL in a sleeping bag. Never felt the need. Between 2000 - 2009 I spent anything from 30-80 continuous days each year in temps down to -50C, usually -15C to -30C, and never had a problem with condensation building up inside the bag. Never. All kinds of weather, all kinds of temps, three different bags. Mostly this was in Antarctica, but includes a (May) trip up Denali, plus additional time in Tibet etc.
Do WTF you want, but I wouldn't want people reading this thread to think that a VBL was an automatic must-have for this season's well-dressed ice-warrior.
BTW Dane, your blog is blocked here in China. No doubt your capitalist-running-dog hardware sales have you ideologically opposed to the Party
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