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Discussion in 'What equipment should you use and take' started by wheelchair pilgrim, Feb 8, 2019.

  1. wheelchair pilgrim

    wheelchair pilgrim Wheelchair pilgrim. Blog on www.rolstoelpelgrim.nl

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    Hi,

    I have a question. About sleeping bags.

    For 3 years now I do parts of the Camino by wheelchair. Last year I took a small tent with me and my sleepingbag but I was way to cold.
    I took a lightweight synthetic sleeping bag for 10°C with a liner and in the coldest nights an emergency blanket.
    I was rolling in September and the most cold night was 4°C and I felt frozen (because of my health I am cold quickly). So now I am looking for a new sleepingbag, as ompact as possible, responsible down and a comfort temperature around 0.
    And most difficult, not to expensive (<300 euro/260 pound).
    I have seen the ones from cumulus (panyam 450), any one experience with those Polish sleeping bags ?
    Or anyone good experience with a warm down sleeping bag?

    Thanks!
     
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    Cumulus sleeping bags are very high quality and have a good reputation. I know a few people who use them and they are very happy.
     
  3. wheelchair pilgrim

    wheelchair pilgrim Wheelchair pilgrim. Blog on www.rolstoelpelgrim.nl

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    Thanks. The cumulus sound good. Special because it is posible to change some things (size, filling, etc)
     
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