Some of the links also mentioned somthing about "no down! How often do girl scouts camp? Especially if it is one those that comes in a stuff sack. You will eventually have issues with moisture control, as your bag will slowly warm up after you fall asleep as heat escapes your layers and eventually replaces the cold air in the loft of the bag, causing you to sweat. Am I on the right track? Peter DeWeese 1, 8
Bring plenty of socks, bring enough socks to change at least 2 or 3 times each day.
If you need to add extra insulation to keep warm then you need a better bag. Avoid getting hypothemia at all costs. A sleeping bag is like a house. There is some balance, actually: From that point on, you can just feel the cold air getting through. Nick July 9, at 7: On my first night, I wore my clothes inside my sleeping bag and I was cold.