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Size: Regular and Long
Weight: 3 lbs. 3 oz. (Reg)
Mountain Hardwear’s ‘Pinole 20’ sleeping bag is a price point bag aimed at those that just don’t want to spend more than $100 on a bag. This is a comfort mummy cut bag that’s efficient yet roomy enough for twitchy sleepers like myself. The bag weighs in at just over a very reasonable three pounds and features MH’s synthetic ‘Themic MX’ insulation. For me, the bag seemed very comfortable approaching freezing temps while wearing a light base layer. MH has the bag’s EN comfort rating posted at 35 degrees and it packed down to about 8” when using a compression sack.
The bag packs value with a face gasket, tailored hood, and fleece lined stuff sack that doubles as a pillow. The bag uses a well sized zipper but I found that the bag’s shell and lining repeatedly interfered with zipping. Note, the best insulation isn’t much good without a great running zipper so test the zipping passionately in the store before you buy any bag. While it’s aimed at lighter duty, the bag is a good fit for the occasional overnighter in moderate temperatures.