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Mountain Hardwear

50% off on down sleeping bags, tents and selected clothing

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Thumbs up for RDS. I prefer the TDS, but RDS isn't bad.
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Not nearly the selection there was back in February, but still a few decent items left. Looks like they're slowly rolling out the coming year's stock.

chatbox wrote: Thumbs up for RDS. I prefer the TDS, but RDS isn't bad.
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Clothing sizes are very limited.
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brghunter wrote: Not nearly the selection there was back in February, but still a few decent items left. Looks like they're slowly rolling out the coming year's stock.



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RDS: Responsible Down Standard
TDS: Traceable Down Standard

Basically different standards to ensure the down used in these jackets/sleeping bags came from a goose/duck that wasn't sexually harassed by a creepy old white male.
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xbr50 wrote: RDS: Responsible Down Standard
TDS: Traceable Down Standard

Basically different standards to ensure the down used in these jackets/sleeping bags came from a goose/duck that wasn't sexually harassed by a creepy old white male priest.
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Good prices. Shame there are no bags for cold weather on sale.
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Aug 30, 2017
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Do your research

When I did mine for a previous sale I found that some reviewer say temperature readings are overstated for most mountain hardware bags

Decided not to buy even at half off based on that

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FlamingTuxedo wrote: Do your research

When I did mine for a previous sale I found that some reviewer say temperature readings are overstated for most mountain hardware bags

Decided not to buy even at half off based on that

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Based on ONE review?
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FlamingTuxedo wrote: Do your research

When I did mine for a previous sale I found that some reviewer say temperature readings are overstated for most mountain hardware bags

Decided not to buy even at half off based on that

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I'm surprised. Sure it's not western mountaineering but I was a salesman about a decade ago and this was a typical practice with cheap companies (to the point that somes outdoor folks find it irresponssible and potentially dangerous). Not decent companies like MH. But times change.
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What's a good price for a decent summer/fall sleeping bag? I see cheap ones at Canadian Tire/Walmart but what am I getting with these fancy $100+ bags?
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RAND0M1ZER wrote: What's a good price for a decent summer/fall sleeping bag? I see cheap ones at Canadian Tire/Walmart but what am I getting with these fancy $100+ bags?
Are you looking to car camp or hike? You're generally paying for higher quality materials/stitching, as well as lighter materials. But if you're just car camping then I would personally just use a down blanket in a tent.

BUT if you're hiking and want something good quality, check out Outdoor Vitals. Quality stuff, affordable, and a wide range of bags for varying uses. I think I got my -20C down bag for.... something under $200 anyway.
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