First thing you should know is that this bag is as…
28 April 2011
Excerpt: First thing you should know is that this bag is as well made as any of the Montbell bags and worth the price from a purely construction perspective. The next thing you should know is that there is NO DRAFT TUBE covering the zipper. I own 3 MB bags #5, #4, and #2 -- all down bags. This is the only one I have ever seen from MB that has no zipper draft tube. What a design oversight!!
I am very happy with my purchase of my Super Stretch.
26 November 2008
Excerpt: I am very happy with my purchase of my Super Stretch. I sleep in all sorts of positions and I wasn't disappointed. On my first trip out with this bag it got down to 17 deg. F and the bag was comfortable. A good amount of condensation ended up on the bag from my tarp, and none of it made it in to me. The hood was easy to pull over my head and still leave room for my nose to poke out for fresh air.
I had a rectangular sleeping bag prior to purchasing…
21 September 2008
Excerpt: I had a rectangular sleeping bag prior to purchasing this Montbell. I hated how much room it took up in my backpack, but other sleeping bags esp mummy bags just didn't have enough room for my feet/legs to move - I felt claustrophobic or constricted by them. But this bag was great! Not only does it compress better to take up less space, the way it stretched accommodated every move I made, whether just pulling my feet apart, moving my legs, or even turning on my side.
I usually hate mummy bags, because I feel like I'm…
29 September 2006
Excerpt: I usually hate mummy bags, because I feel like I'm tied up when I'm in one. This bag is the exception. I can move more in this bag than I can in a rectangular bag. The stretch system is great and has held up well through over a year's hard use. The bag hugs to your body to help you stay warm, but doesn't squeeze or constrict you. I've slept in tents and AT shelters in temps ranging from 35 degrees F to 90 degrees F and was very comfortable on all nights.