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Comments about Mountain Hardwear Phantom 15 Sleeping Bag:
normally i would wait a while to put a product to good use before reviewing but since there are no reviews out on this bag i thought i'd write one up.
i just bought this bag and took it on a ski mountaineering trip in the Deltas (a sub-range of the Alaska Range) the first weekend in April. it packs very small (about 7x10 inches) and could have been compressed even smaller if i had really wanted to yank on the compression straps.
i slept in the bag on a z-lite pad in a igloo that we built. the night's low temperature was in the high teens. wearing all my clothes including a down jacket and down boots i was plenty warm sleeping in the bag.
the bag is easy to zip/unzip with a well designed collar and hood. there is sufficient room inside the bag to fit my water bottle, boot liners, gloves etc. i'm 6'4 and the long bag was perfect for me.
so far i am very pleased with it. i only gave it 4/5 stars since it is expensive and it hasn't yet stood the test of time.
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