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What to look for in a durable, 3-season sleeping bag?
One thing to consider is when you will be doing most of your camping. My 20 degree bag is way too hot for most nights, and generally overkill for the conditions which I tend to be in. If I were doing it again, I'd get something like a 40 degree bag or 50 degree bag and wear an extra layer while I sleep if the bag temp is not warm enough. Being enclosed in a tent also increases the temperature slightly, so I could easily get away with a bag with less insulation than my current setup.
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