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FS: Feathered Friends Flicker UL 40 Long
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I just bought this blue UL long Flicker from the Feathered Friends store. (the only one they had) It was a return that just came in. It was used two…

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Feathered Friends Eos Down Vest
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The Feathered Friends Eos Down Vest is a simple, well-constructed, well-fitting down vest with a high warmth-to-weight ratio. The Eos Down Vest is, as you might suspect, the vest version of the…

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Feathered Friends Flicker UL Quilt
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The Feathered Friends Flicker UL is one of the most versatile sleeping bags we’ve used. Its full-length zipper and cinchable footbox retains heat on cold nights, but it can be…

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Feathered Friends Hummingbird UL Sleeping Bag
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The Feathered Friends Hummingbird UL is an efficiently-cut mummy bag with a highly water-resistant shell. It’s one of the most meticulously-designed sleeping bags we’ve used, and with Pertex Endurance 10…

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Feathered Friends EOS Down Jacket
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The Feathered Friends EOS jacket balances premium materials (high-fill down and ultralight fabrics) with very high construction quality for a garment that has a compelling performance-to-weight ratio.

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Feathered Friends Helios Down Jacket
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The Feathered Friends Helios jacket product line is a cult-favorite among ultralight winter backpackers – it’s been touted as the warmest sewn-through down jacket ever made, which gives it the…

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Feathered Friends Tanager 20 CFL Sleeping Bag
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For the minimalist who needs more warmth than a quilt, and appreciates the simplicity of a zipperless, hoodless bag, the Feathered Friends Tanager 20 CFL is our recommendation for bags…

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Feathered Friends Lark 10 UL
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We made a favorite even warmer. Take our most popular 20 degree model, the Swallow, add a full collar and additional fill, and you have a rock-solid three-season bag that…

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My favorite “winter” sleeping bag for temps down to 0 deg F
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I’ve used the Lark UL 10 for the past several years during the winter months when I’m expecting temperatures to be between 0 deg F and about 20 deg F….

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