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[Mountain Hardwear] 50% off on down sleeping bags, tents and selected clothing

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  • Apr 24th, 2019 2:24 am
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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:
Apr 23rd, 2019 4:51 pm
Thumbs up for RDS. I prefer the TDS, but RDS isn't bad.
Pardon?
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Clothing sizes are very limited.
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brghunter wrote:
Apr 23rd, 2019 5:36 pm
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:
Apr 23rd, 2019 5:46 pm
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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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:
Apr 23rd, 2019 8:50 pm
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:
Apr 23rd, 2019 8:50 pm
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

Sorry no links
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:
Apr 24th, 2019 2:20 am
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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