Unboxing + Review: Aegismax UL down sleeping bag

An unboxing and review of the Aegis Max UL down sleeping bag which I recently purchased as an alternative to my totally unsuitable sleeping bag. Review post trail test coming soon!

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johnconn73 says:

Give it a wash in down wash too – makes a big difference. I washed my Aegismax M2 bag – made a big difference. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bY_0gBO7pzo&

Jas Holden says:

I own that bag and several other Aegismax bags. That one is only good down to about 50F (10C). That assumes a sleep pad, long underwear and a tent, tarp or bivy to block the wind.

Roderick Burger says:

Thank you!!!!!

Junk Box says:

Most of them are made in China

ScotsJohn1976 says:

ive got the same one but in bright green

Whole Food Hiker says:

Having an easy working zipper is key!

Freija Van Hove says:

“There is no hood on this sleeping bag because… well, it’s a non-hooded one.” 😉
As a side sleeper I much prefer either non-hooded sleeping bags or (wide) quilts, as they allow me to turn around freely without having the fabric of the hood in my face and thus breathing into it, making it wet and lose it’s loft. For mild climates, the combination of a non-hooded bag + separate hoodie is more practical and efficient anyway (in terms of warmth vs weight ratio).

Amie Bello says:

Can’t wait to see what the field test verdict will be!

Blue Patch1413 says:

Thank you

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