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I have 4 of them ready to go.
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I have get home bag in my rig, and long haul bag at home. Working on DIY solar generator like GoalZero Yeti for my house or rig.
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A good sleeping bag, or a sleeping pad is wrecked by being kept stuffed or rolled up for more than a couple of weeks.
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A good sleeping bag, or a sleeping pad is wrecked by being kept stuffed or rolled up for more than a couple of weeks.
I've never had a problem with leaving my mylar covered closedcell foam pad rolled up- but I do agree that a good sleeping bag shouldn't be stored rolled- mine is on a hanger that I made for it, and hangs right over where my pack goes- takes about 1 minute to flop out my pad,lay the bag on it with the small tent on the foot of it,then roll it all into 1 compact bundle and bunjie it under my pack.
BTW- my Mountain Lion Super is almost 40 years old, and will still let me sleep in a snowbank at -10 and be comfortable.
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i have one and my wife has a smaller one. its a good thing to have just incase. probably going to setup a bag just for my car trunk sometime soon too.
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I've never had a problem with leaving my mylar covered closedcell foam pad rolled up- but I do agree that a good sleeping bag shouldn't be stored rolled- mine is on a hanger that I made for it, and hangs right over where my pack goes- takes about 1 minute to flop out my pad,lay the bag on it with the small tent on the foot of it,then roll it all into 1 compact bundle and bunjie it under my pack.
BTW- my Mountain Lion Super is almost 40 years old, and will still let me sleep in a snowbank at -10 and be comfortable.
I do the same, the sleeping bags and pads are all hung up in our basement storage closet with the packs and most of my backpacking gear. Packing up is about a 20 minute endeavor.

The Mountain Lion Super is good kit. I have a North Face Cats Meow, that while rated to 20 does quite well even in the very cold. I have been using it less now that I got a Marmot 0.
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To answer the basic question, but of course. GHB in the primary vehicle, simpler GHB for throwing in secondary vehicles or traveling distances with others. Survival BOB in the house.
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