Feb 20, 2014 at 8:49 am #1313545
For sale is a WM Terralite sleeping bag/quilt/blanket in size Long 6'6", it is brand new with tags, storage and stuff sack included of course.
SOLD********* 1 lb 15oz. Retail is $485.00
25F degree rating (I bet it can go lower, it has 18+oz of 850+ down)
Shoulder 65", hip 68", foot 42"
Made in USA Dual Zipper design
Continuous Baffle Construction
3 dimensional down filled draft tube
Insulated Hood with adjustable draw closure
850 + fill power premium goose down
12 denier ripstop nylon outer shell fabric
average fill weight: 18 ounces (510 grams)
average total weight: 29 ounces (825 grams)
available in three lengths: short (5'6"), regular (6'0"), & long (6'6")Feb 20, 2014 at 9:25 am #2075406
Wow, this really does look like the greatest sleeping bag ever made…Feb 20, 2014 at 2:18 pm #2075498
Interested, PM sent.Feb 20, 2014 at 2:58 pm #2075506Feb 20, 2014 at 5:06 pm #2075559
@breymanLocale: Rocky Mountains
This looks very interesting. Have you ever used any of the Montbell bags? If so, how would you compare the roominess feel? I've always wanted a WM bag (quality, feel of fabric) but haven't been always had to stick with the Montbell as I'm a claustrophobic sleeper and need the extra room.Feb 20, 2014 at 5:53 pm #2075585
This bag is by far the most roomiest bag I have ever seen, absolutely awesome for side sleeping as you can bend your knees and it could be used for two people when opened up in warmer weather. I have tried Montbell stretch bags, they are ok. I have tried the Western Mountaineering megalite and alpinlite and they are two of my top 5 due to the wide cut, the terralite is my new #1, it can be opened up all the way to form a blanket, the bottom zipper can be kept zipped to make a footbox to form a quilt, or zipped up to make a sleeping bag.Feb 22, 2014 at 3:17 pm #2076087Feb 22, 2014 at 7:08 pm #2076123
Just curious, but if this bag was purchased new and its unused, why not return it for a full refund? or am I missing something here?
I really like the concept of this bag, being I'm a side sleeper and I'm thinking this could even replace my Megalite, although it would weigh 7-8 ozs more.
Does the double zipper run the full length of the bag, or only at the foot-box?
Not sure if I really need a long bag either, being I'm only 5'11" tall.
MikeFeb 22, 2014 at 7:37 pm #2076130Feb 22, 2014 at 7:41 pm #2076133
For some reason Western Mountaineering doesn't show the width dims for this bag on their website.
I went to backcountrygear.com and they list the dimensions the same as the Megalite, at 64" 55" 39" but the Terralite features 18oz of fill, versus 12oz for the Megalite.
Not questioning your specs, just wish WM would show them on their site.Feb 22, 2014 at 7:45 pm #2076134
Yeah, as much as I'd like to snag yours, I would probably be better off with a 6ft bag, and I prefer LH zip, being I'm right handed, which really only matters if you always sleep on your back, I guess? I'm thinking, I'll sell off my lightly used Versalite and purchase a new Teralite?Mar 4, 2014 at 6:23 pm #2079504
KC thanks for being so fast with the shipping. The Terra is going to make my megalite go down the road.
It's more all around than the megalite for alaska, The twin zipper is very useful too, I missed that feature on WM's Sequioa bag, but alas that was too sweaty with the Gore fabric. I will be in side sleeping heaven….I'm 6ft3 and 230 lbs.
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