- Alpkit Sleeping Bags – Alternatives for the Thrifty Bikepacker
After another night freezing my nuts off in an old Mountain Hardware Lumina sleeping back, I’ve decided to get a new bag. I’ve been eyeing up the Alpkit ones and have had other good stuff from them, but I went to buy and they’re website says they don’t have any, they don’t plan on getting any and if they did it would take six months:
So does anyone have any recommendations for cheap-ish but light and functional 2-3 season bags?Posted 5 years agoscotroutesMember
I’ve been using my Lamina 35 for camping/bivvying through this current winter and it’s been fine when teamed up with another layer. I am quite a weak sleeper though.
For the cost of getting it properly cleaned, it’s worth a try.
As for waiting 5 years to clean it, I guess that depends on how often you use it.Posted 5 years ago
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