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Gear Review: Mountain Hardwear Lamina 35

Gear Review: Mountain Hardwear Lamina 35

Gear Review: Mountain Hardwear Lamina 35

Value Rating: 10
Durability Rating: 10
Overall Rating: 10

Location of Test: Pacific Northwest
Duration: Three months

Product Name: Lamina 35
Product Brand: Mountain Hardwear
Best Use: Backpacking, car camping
Sizes Available/ Specs: Material: Nylon 40D Micro Ripstop
Insulation: Thermal.Q™
Shape: Comfort Mummy Cut
Draft Collar: Face gasket and tailored hood
Stuff Size: 6 in / 15 cm
Degree: 35
European Norm Comfort Rating: 41 F / 5C
European Norm Lower Limit Rating: 32 F / 0C
Weight: 2 lb. 6 oz. / 1.07 kg.

Lamina 35


Mountain Hardwear Lamina 35

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The Full Review

I bought this bag because it has a great temperature rating (35 degrees F) for spring, summer and fall camping. I've used it at the Oregon Coast, Mount Hood National Forest and sleeping in my car. I have stayed comfortable and warm in every situation. There is plenty of room within the bag so it makes shifting and turning during the night very easy. You can tighten the hood to your face for extra warmth, or unzip at your feet to allow air in.

It comes with a compression sack that packs the bag down nice and small. It's not too heavy either. It's a keeper!

Mountain Hardwear Lamina 35

The Good:

- Warm
- Light/ packs small
- Adjustable hood
- Small chest pocket
- Dual zipper for desired ventilation at feet
- Great color combo!

Mountain Hardwear Lamina 35

The Bad:

- It's a bit long for me, but I knew that before I bought it

The Bottom Line: 

I chose a synthetic bag due to down allergies but I don't regret it -Mountain Hardwear Lamina 35   it's proved to be warm and compact! Highly recommended!

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