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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. I pair it with a down parka, pants, and booties for the low end of that range.
The coldest nights I’ve spent with the Lark 10 have been in bivy sacks in exposed winds, and temperatures in the single digits or lower. As to be expected, I supposed.
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Image: it’s my go-to bag for all of my 1-2 night winter bivy trips the past few years.
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