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  Posted by: gstamer on Mar-14-13 9:35 AM (EST)
 

A quilt is less restrictive than a bag (but much draftier since the bag just drapes over you), so you can use that newfound flexibility for more acrobatic maneuvers :^)

The downside is that you are resting directly on your pad. Not a problem if it is cold enough to be wearing a base-layer, otherwise you might need a bag liner or small sheet to avoid sleeping directly on the pad.

I haven't used them but have heard good things about the Big Agnes "doublewide" bags for couples -- if you don't need to separate the bags, https://www.bigagnes.com/Products/Detail/Bag/bigcreek .

Greg Stamer

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