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Recommend Sleeping Bag For Two

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Thomas_Z

Guys, please, recommend me a sleeping bag for two that would be warm and thick anought to lie even on snow. I am going to purchase TETON Mammoth from this list https://outdoorsy.org/best-double-sleeping-bag, but if you have something that you can rely on, please, let me know. Do not want to risk it with purchasing something unknown

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jigginjim

You sleeping in a hot tent or no heater for at night?  double bags normally don't fair well in really cold conditions.  Someone is going to be cold.

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On 12/12/2019 at 1:55 AM, Thomas_Z said:

Guys, please, recommend me a sleeping bag for two that would be warm and thick anought to lie even on snow. I am going to purchase TETON Mammoth from this list https://outdoorsy.org/best-double-sleeping-bag, but if you have something that you can rely on, please, let me know. Do not want to risk it with purchasing something unknown

 

Yeah, just buy that. Come back and give us a review later.  

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fishingstar

back in the day ms fishing star and I just zipped two sleeping bags together and that kept up us worm.

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Bucketcastle

@fishingstar, i forgot you could do that.  Usually if its the same exact sleeping bag, also its rectangular, you could zip them together.

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