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Let's See Your Compelte Sleep System

Discussion in 'Sleep Systems' started by CharClothed, Oct 18, 2016.

  1. CharClothed

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    Pretty much this means post a photo of your complete sleep system for whenever you go camping. This includes winter systems as well.
     
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    So the big white thing I use to tie everything together in the sled in the background. Works well to keep everything in place. Once I am at camp and unpacked, I throw it below everything like it is in this photo. Above that you can kind of see on the top right the corner of my Big Agnes Q-Core Sleeping Pad. Above that I put my jacket I use at the top, I like it being dark when I wake up so I have that above my eyes with my nose and mouth exposed to the air. It works nicely. The pillow is normally smaller and fleece, but that's to show I have a home pillow with me. If I can't get the sleeping bag I want off ebay next month, I'll be using this bag, which is inside out. And normally I have a wool blanket which I need to find at a thrift store. Holds in the heat well I think. The very top right of the photo is a grey thing, that's my summer bag I use alone.
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    I have ask
    Which one?
    I have several "Sleep Systems"
    Summer
    Winter
    Deep Winter
    Car Camping

    All collected/acquired/purchased over 30 years
     
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    All of the above.. just so we can ogle at all yer stuff! :40:
     
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    OR bivy sack, standard thermarest, blue tarp ground cloth and a 20 or 0 degree down bag. The 0 bag is from MEC the 20 is a kelty. Been using the same stuff for 20 years.
     
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    OK In the New Year then; having a break from the house renovations etc until then, sleepy time/food coma for 4 days after all the festivities
     
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    Military modular sleep system for me as it has the two liners and the gore-tex breathable bivy sack.It's a bit heavy but worth the comfort,and you can remove or replace the liner/bags as needed according to the season.I slept in it in mid November,and early April,and was comfortable in it.I have another mummy bag,but I doubt I'll use that unless maybe June through August.Once in the compression bag that usually comes with the systems.it fits on top of my Trapper Nelson canvas pack.

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    Mine is the same as @Flint_2016 has, and I usually have a tarp or poncho over me as well. Other than that I just use nature for a sleeping mat.
     
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    Winter I am in my MSS on a wally mart self inflating pad, in my hammock with a double woobie underquilt, will be adding the eno ember to the mix this year. And I am looking for a down comforter to make a better uq out of.
    Spring/fall is hammock, eno ember 2 uq, Wool blanket and a woobie.
    Summer is hammock, single woobie uq with a woobie or wool blanket.
    Depending on weather I have a few tarps to cycle through, from my eagles nest diamond fly, a kelty 12' to a junky hardware store 12x16 which makes a good winter tarp/hammock tent.

    If I am with the kids I have mss for everyone, set up to match the weather, and we sleep on cheapo air mattresses in a cheapo amazon 4 person 3 season tent.

    This list is constantly evolving, as it tends to...
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    here's one I use for quick/light trips- Apex Climashield quilt (rated to ~ 40)- about 14 oz, 20x40" 3/8" ccf pad- scored so it folds up and doubles as structure for a light pack-about 5 oz, eVENT bivy- adds warmth and keeps the elements out-about 11 oz
     
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    early spring trip this year- Apex quilt rated to ~ 25 degrees- about 22 oz, TR Xtherm 15 oz, 20x60" section of 1/8" ccf pad- about 3 oz, S2S pillow- 2 oz

    temps dropped into the low 20's
     
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    I have a agean blue down bag in the hammock too. 1.2lb.

    Hg cuben tarp, 4.7oz one
    WB Blackbird
    HG Econ 40 phoenix uq
    Dutch argon apex pillow

    I had down booties in my gear shelf in case it got too cold.
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    Somebody needs to update their Photobucket account.
    I did say I'd post pix. I must find my camera and do it soon
     
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    Updated. Literally have none of the gear except the hammock hah.

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    photobucket is dead- a couple of weeks ago they locked everyone's photos unless you were willing to pay them $399/year- from free to $399 they haven't had too many takers
     
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    Wow I never saw that mentioned in the emails
    They won't get any money from me for sure, especially now this forum has plenty of storage for pix
     
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    12x10 BCO Tarp, Braided Ridgeline, Technora tie-outs.
    Grand Trunk Parachute Double Mossy Oak Camo 11 ft 60" wide hammock
    Suspension: Atlas Straps, Dynaglide Ridgeline
    Snugpack Underblanket, Snugpack TopQuilt, 2QZ2 Quilt Protector, Fronkey Bugnet, Resized_20170520_162947.jpeg Thermarest Pillow
     
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    I made a debris bed with hemlock boughs,but not nearly enough were added.You must need about a three foot high pile to make it comfortable.I sandwiched the boughs inside an 6x8 tarp as eventually they'll probably be a home for ticks,and bugs of all sorts.In a year or two I'll remove the dead stuff,and replace them with more,plus some ferns or leaves in autumn.
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    IMG_0967.JPG I use this all year long when I go out. Thermarest luxury lite cot, TiGoat bivy, modified USGI woobie and my Nemo pillow.
     
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    It has changed now but this is what I had about 2 years ago.

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    My summer set up for "right now" is now more like 2.4 lbs because I would not even bring an underquilt and I changed the hammock to a single layer with outside bugnet (non-integral).
     
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    seeing Photobucket screwed all of photos- grrrrr

    here's my winter setup

    MLD Spirit 28 Apex quilt, Thermarest XTherm pad, section of 1/8" ccf pad and Sea to Summit pillow- 39 oz

    Good to 20 degrees, if I expect colder I add my 50 degree Apex quilt (11.8 oz)

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    I have a couple of setups. First is my small tent, next my new work in progress hammock setup. I have an Underquilt ordered but otherwise complete. I am also in the process of a hot tent set up and if I get that hammock deal right i will also upgrade that one to winter as well. BA Lost Ranger bag and I cant remember the name of the AirPad but it slips right into the BA bag. I plan on using the same bag with the hammock but as I mentioned the UQ with it. I use my BCUSA tarp for both and could ditch the tent and just use the tarp if there are no bugs.

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    Here's a couple. Some old some new. Mids are my favorite

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    here's a bare bones sleep setup

    SOL Escape bivy (8.0 oz), 3/8" 20x40" (3.5 oz), sitpad 3/4" 10x20"- used as a "frame" for pack, sitpad and an additional 10" length of sleep pad (1.5 oz), diy Apex quilt (~ 40 degree rating) 12.5 oz

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    looks like a cuben fiber Mountain Laurel Designs Solomid or Duomid- if I had to guess :)
     
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    Duomid XL. Earlier version I believe. 5th photo is the newer duomid XL that is asymmetric
     
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    Currently I'm sleeping in a Hennessy Hammock (Expedition) with Hex Tarp. As far as bedding I have an inexpensive (and thin) blue foam/mylar mat I found on Ebay, a USGI Bivvy and green bag, and my Poncho liner. This allows me to leave my "base camp" for impromptu overnights with a poncho and some cordage.
     

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    OK I just took some photos
    Separate posts for each "System"
    Cruddy old sleeping bags I keep in the tool box of the ute first
    Cheap kids bag plus a S/H ALDI summer bag good to freezing and I keep a CCF pad in the tool box for changing wheels on cold muddy ground
    $12- in total outlay
     

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    Next is the cheap bag I always keep in my summer day pack i've missed a bus or train more than once
    96GSM Thinsulate lite Loft weighs a kilo and is a big bag with plenty of room to layer up inside it, it used to be my winter survival bag in combination with a half bag and clothing
     

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    Next is my standard camping kit if I know I am staying overnite anywhere and travelling by car
    Mattress not shown but it is a cheap air mat plus a cheap 20mm thick CCF
    I usually use and old Australian Army canvas cot with this Also not shown
    US surplus bivvy and patrol bag plus Swiss Army synthetic dated 1966 plus a cheap LW hollowfill bag and the leopard skin is a slip for making a pillow with
     

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    In cold weather, snow I will remove the Swiss bag and the cheap liner bag and substitute an old down bag I bought S/H a decade ago and modified A kilo of 550 FP down in it
     

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    Not showing my big Goretex bivvy bag because all old style mounain bivvy bags look pretty much the same or the MYOG goretex half bag that lives in my hunting pack
     
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    Now we get the the better stuff I bought new
    First my #2 J&H Flouro Ultra, a LW climbers bag for high mountains Expedition cut to fit down clothing inside
    This one weighs 1300 grams and uses 650FP down and conservatively comfort rated -4C, survival rating -22C
     

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    Some half bags next
    Starting with a bright orange one I salvaged from an old Diamor [ well known UK climber bag] cut down it weighs 750 grams and is very wide at the top 65inches; to take a big jacket or parka inside 155 mm [ 6"] of loft
     

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    Ultra lite custom half bag ~270grams 100 grams of 900Fp hyperdry down 2 inches of loft
     

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    My new cold weather UL half bag from Brooks Range, rated -6C, mid chest height 4 inches of loft cold, more when it warms up and some comparison shot of the UL next to the Books Range half bag
     

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    Last and best is my #1 J&H Ultra that weighs 1050 grams and uses 900FP Polish hand plucked down from 4+ YO pampered geese and now unobtainable because of new EU laws
    Same rating as the other bag, just that little bit lighter
     

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    But see what happens when you add in the UL half bag with 100gram of fill
    It lofts to over 250mm and there is still enough room to wear a thin insulating layer of clothes as well as winter underwear
     

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    Not shown is my new APEX overquilt from Nunatak because it is still being sewn up.
    Most of these have been with me for over 3 decades, I bought the summit assault bags back in the late 80s just before kids and mortage or they have been scavenged/salvaged via Op-Shops or garage sales or via friends who have upgraded.
    In the last 20 years the only new purchases have been the Brookd Range half bag because of the clearance sale on them and the custom order from Nunatak
    All of these "Systems" would utilise warm fleece or base layer clothing and if needed in winter synthetic or down insulate clothing as and when needed
     
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    Just did, so ogle away
     
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    good stuff- I don't know about anyone else, but I'm digging the leopard print slip :4:
     
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    Since posting the pix somebody has made me an offer for the UL halfbag and I needed some cash to pay some licence fees so it is now sold to a feller to use as a cold weather booster in his own LW bag.
    A week ago I sold this bloke my OR insulated pants to do the same job; his wife saw them and those pants now belong to her
    Luckily I am making an APEX half bag as a replacement, just needs a drawcord in the top
     

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    I would really like to post a picture of my new Nunatack overquilt and my complete deep winter system but USPS have lost my delivery. Nunatak will have to file a claim for loss and start again
    This is very annoying because our winter will be over before I get a chance to test it out
     
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    wtf? just disappeared into thin air? someone has your overquilt and that sucks :(
     
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    Yep Tracking shows delivered [ in the USA for an international shipping label] on the same day it was dropped off, dodgy as all get out so definitely missing with no trace at the moment.
    To make things more frustrating Tom and Jan are Outback at the moment getting in some much needed track time and the workshop is shut down until they return
    We are talking some serious money here too, almost 3 months it took me to pay for it
     
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    best of luck my friend getting it all sorted
     
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    Well !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    One minute after posting that somebody knocked on the door with a package in their hand
    My quilt has just been delivered USPS has a problem with their tracking system A big problem
    I will now sort out my stuff and take some photos with my Arctic system all assembled
    Workmanship is very good on this and the weight of the quilt is as designed, I was not expecting such a robust and heavy duty storage sack either
     
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    Here are the photos
    If I was designing this agai I would have Jan add in a shock-cord to help keep the mat in place, the fabric is very slippery.
    One of the reasons there is so much room in the foot box is to allow the use of the L7 Linebacker parka over the lower part of the inner bag if it ever did get to -55C. There is room in the inner bag for either the half bag or the insulated trousers, obviously the half bag is going to be much much warmer
     

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