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The North Face Flight 3D - 35 degree bag Review

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canoeguy, 0/0/00 User Rating:  N/A
"Good light weight summer bag, compresses & carries extremely small. Weighs around 2 Lbs, 6 Ozs. Temperature rating could be boosted by using a liner, or better yet using it along with another bag for winter conditions. I think the polarguard 3D is a better choice for fill then goosedown for humid summertime conditions."


Keith, 0/0/00 User Rating: 
"I have used this bag dozens of times and really like it for a nice 3 season bike touring bag. It only weighs 2 lbs 4 oz and has a 6x11 stuff sack. I think the new Polarguard Delta model is 1 ounce lighter. I paid about $100 for it on sale"


Nic - Columbus, Ohio, 0/0/00 User Rating: 
"Used the bag in many different conditions. From Summer when temps were in the 90s and in early spring in the Smokies when it got down to the single digits. Was never "too, too" cold, and didn't really zip it up in the summer. Great bag over all. I would suggest this bag for anyone looking for a good bag."


Fitch46er.tripod.com, 0/0/00 User Rating: 
"I bought this bag several years ago. It was great. Fairly lightweight and adequately warm. Now the bag doesn't loft and the insulation seems absent from the bottom and mid-sections. Luckily, I don't get cold easily. Still, it was good while it lasted."


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