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Mountain Hardwear Ratio & Heratio Sleeping Bags

Mountain Hardwear Ratio & Heratio Sleeping Bags

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I want to buy one but I'm 260 lbs and wide shoulders. Hip is not an issue usually but I cant move my arms or close the zipper all the way up on my klymit KSB (not an issue, my son really enjoyed it :)). 60 inch shoulder wide means 31" wide when closed doesn't it? I wonder if Massdrop will ever feature some good outdoor stuff for us heavies :).
rac_sword2
Klymit offers a KSB oversized. I dont know if it is available here, but it looks pretty roomy!
Rioriv
lol, and now they just did. Getting one now.
Thanks for the info!! Definitely seems like a great value so I jumped in.
These are great bags for the money. I've had one for a few years and it holds up well. Packs pretty dang small and keeps you very toasty. I usually keep it open unless it's freezing. Make sure you never keep your bags in a compression sack when not in use if you want it to last.
Will this item conform to Mountain Hardwear's warranty policy, or the Massdrop 30 day return policy ?
Paul321
Shipping notification received 02/26/2018
fyi the womens long bag is the same size as the men's regular. Only difference is the women's bags have an extra oz of down in it. ill be ordering the women's version.
campergf23
The womans(long) version actually has slightly different (smaller) sizing when it comes to hip and shoulder width, if this is not a problem than it is deffinately a nice way to get a bit of a warmer bag.
For a 15 degree down bag this seems like a good deal. Am I missing anything?
Anyone have personal experience with these?
bobcatYYC
I've had a 15* model for about 3 years now, and it is a great bag, especially for this price. Not a ton of bells an whistles, and not "ultralight," but comfy and warm for sure. The water-resistant down has been pretty good when it gets wet with condensation, so quick to dry in the sun. 650 fp won't pack down to a tiny little ball, so I bought a compression sack and it does a decent job of squishing the bag down when I need the space in my pack. Quality is really high - I've never noticed losing feathers or have stuck zippers. I've slept in it the past 6 weekends, so it definitely is getting use.