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New for 2004 the Moonwalker uses the latest filling from Polarguard to which is lightweight durable and more thermally efficient than any previous. The EXL system holds the Ultrasoft fabric of the bag next to the body to prevent cold spots and improve comfort. Ultrasoft ripstop nylon inner and outer for comfort and durability Shingle construction to maximise insulation Internal zip baffle and shaped hood to reduce heat loss Zip extends over foot plug to control ventilation TDS for a comfortable night s sleep Supplied with compression stuff sack to reduce pack size 'Sharks Toe' construction allows your feet to rest in a natural position Left-hand zip only
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Mountain Equipment Moonwalker IV

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  Reviewed by Gethin (Bridge) on 2006-03-10:
General comments: A stunningly warm sleeping bag, which certainly lives up to its stated ratings. It has been used on several occasions this winter in Scotland, with snow on the ground and I haven't once been cold. (Although I haven't been anywhere near the temperatures they say it can be used up to - in fact, I have generally been too warm). The lining is comfortable and the various neck and hood adjustments generally easy to use. The EXL body hugging system needs a bit of getting used to, but once you do, it works well (although if you don't like the feeling of being constricted, this is probably not for you). Personally, I would rather see bags being made that are generally the right shape for people, being a very skinny 6ft, rather than manufacturers using these gimmicks to try and adjust for size differences.. The only drawback that I can think of is its bulk - although it is provided with a compression sack, it is a still a pretty bulky bag (albeit fairly light). Having said that, I am used to using down bags, so maybe I'm being naive here, but uncompressed, it is probably about 15-20l (ME feel free to correct me?).

Pros: Good points... Very, very warm. Waterproof Synthetic but light! (So easily washable)

Cons: Bad points... Pretty bulky in your backpack. Could do with a foot zip.


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