I have a vango nitestar or something, but its really quite big even when packed down and wondered what more size friendly bags were available without costing the earth.
Sea to Summit Spark 2, packs up small and the weight is good, which is why I got it. I've broken the zip already, probably my fault.
I don't like sleeping bags.
I recently bought a Mountain Warehouse one in a sale, about £80 down from £200 (if it ever was that price!) to replace my old one.
Packs down nice and light and small, toasty too and has both way zips so you can air your feet. but not on their website, only seems to be in stores.
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