Lark

 

Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Lark
Manufacturer Feathered Friends
Page By mconnell
Page Type Apr 25, 2002 / Apr 25, 2002
Object ID 224
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New to our line, the Lark and Raven are refined 10º F bags, designed to cover the ground left out by 20º F bags. They are three season bags with an expanded range, without the added weight of a winter bag. Fitting those with a medium build or smaller, the Lark has our roomy standard cut. The efficient collar and hood design are unparalleled in a light weight bag, trimming the lines of our cross-over winter bags, the Snowbunting and Ibis.

A wider version of the Lark, the Raven uses the comfort and efficiency of a collar and a complex hood to achieve a 10º F rating. Popular for three season outings when a bag warmer than 20º F is needed. The sculpted hood and rounded shoulders give a beautiful fit and keep the weight down.


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mconnell - Apr 25, 2002 3:19 pm - Voted 5/5

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This is a very warm bag for a 10F bag. I have used it year around in the Sierra without being cold. It packs very small and is quite light. This is by far my favorite bag (out of the 4 I own) for most trips.

On the down side, the Lark is quite tight fitting for me. It really only bothers me around my knees. Because of the tight fit, you can't really wear any extra clothes in it if it gets colder than expected. It also costs too damn much!

stickinit2theman - Jan 4, 2006 5:51 pm - Voted 5/5

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I love this bag. I used it late and early and it has always kept me warm. I have it in reg with an epic shell and also 800 fill. I like everything about this bag from it's quality zipper, to it's weight (2lbs 7oz) to the way it puffs up almost magically. It also will stuff quite small for a -10 bag.

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