Western Mountaineering Summerlite - Sleeping Bags: Reviews
(Mark Wiens)

Western Mountaineering Summerlite – Sleeping Bags: Reviews

Western Mountaineering Summerlite - Sleeping Bags: Reviews

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The Summerlite vanishes into a stuffsack too puny to accommodate a few hoagies I’ve eaten. Yet it’s not claustrophobic like some ultralights. Designers achieved the feat by stuffing a gossamer 20-denier nylon shell with 850-fill down and paring back everything else—except warmth. It proved itself a choice summer-plus bag on near-freezing nights in the Puget Sound lowlands. 32°F, 1.2 lbs; www.westernmountaineering.com

Bonus: A full-length zip—unheard of on a bag this light.

Bummer: The hood drawcord hangs in your face when cinched.

From Outside Magazine, April/May 2021 Lead Photo: Mark Wiens
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