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Small/light, warm, and cheap. You can only pick two.

For low weight and pack-size you're probably going to want a high-fill (700-800 fill) down bag, but you're quickly going to approach $500, especially for something capable of handling a 0° night. Keep in mind, the temperature rating on the bag is marketing fluff. 20°F just means that you won't freeze to death, but the bag is going to be comfortable at closer to 28-35°F.

Down bags are also not as good in wet weather, which is probably a concern in Washington. As someone else mentioned, you may want to just rent a bag. I'd explain to the person what you need and let them help you.

All that said, I really like Sierra Designs, and they have a bag that may meet your needs, and is under $400. https://sierradesigns.com/nitro-0/
Rent a bag, you can look at Alpine Ascents international. There is no sleeping bag that is moderately priced with good temp ratings and pack size. So if you are only using it for Rainier pay the $50-$60 to rent for your trip.
I think you'd be miserable sleeping in a 30 degree bag if you anticipate 0 degree nights. Browse the REI used section

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What's the difference between men's and women's?
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What's the difference between men's and women's?

The size.. looking at the measurements the men's sleeping bags are slightly longer/wider than the women's.
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The size.. looking at the measurements the men's sleeping bags are slightly longer/wider than the women's.
Looking at the specs, not just the size. Look at the weights, compressed sizes and tested/comfort ratings. Apparently they must put a lot more insulation in the women's. They are heavier, bulkier and comfort rated to lower temps then the men's models.
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I am in the market for a sleeping bag between 0 to 20 degrees for a trip to Mt. Rainier. I though about this but it looks too big when compressed (9X16). Any recommendations for something that packs smaller? And is not priced at 500 bucks 😀

This is a great price for a quality sleeping bag in you need it for traditional camping where size isn't as big a concern
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I am in the market for a sleeping bag between 0 to 20 degrees for a trip to Mt. Rainier. I though about this but it looks too big when compressed (9X16). Any recommendations for something that packs smaller? And is not priced at 500 bucks 😀

This is a great price for a quality sleeping bag in you need it for traditional camping where size isn't as big a concern
Rent a bag, you can look at Alpine Ascents international. There is no sleeping bag that is moderately priced with good temp ratings and pack size. So if you are only using it for Rainier pay the $50-$60 to rent for your trip.
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Multiple people complain about the zipper in reviews. Something to keep in mind.
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Multiple people complain about the zipper in reviews. Something to keep in mind.
I personally fail to understand why anyone would want to buy a sleeping bag that has zipper difficulties. A sleeping bag with a finicky zipper is just a glorified blanket. You're gonna freeze when you could be snug as a bug in a rug. Pay more. Look elsewhere. Only a masochist would buy a bag that has zipper issues. It's not an easy thing to get right (clearly) with cheap mass produced bags, but I'd honestly rather have an uncomfortable bag with a flawless zipper over a soft feeling one that might give me problems.
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I am in the market for a sleeping bag between 0 to 20 degrees for a trip to Mt. Rainier. I though about this but it looks too big when compressed (9X16). Any recommendations for something that packs smaller? And is not priced at 500 bucks 😀

This is a great price for a quality sleeping bag in you need it for traditional camping where size isn't as big a concern
I think you'd be miserable sleeping in a 30 degree bag if you anticipate 0 degree nights. Browse the REI used section
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I am in the market for a sleeping bag between 0 to 20 degrees for a trip to Mt. Rainier. I though about this but it looks too big when compressed (9X16). Any recommendations for something that packs smaller? And is not priced at 500 bucks 😀

This is a great price for a quality sleeping bag in you need it for traditional camping where size isn't as big a concern
Small/light, warm, and cheap. You can only pick two.

For low weight and pack-size you're probably going to want a high-fill (700-800 fill) down bag, but you're quickly going to approach $500, especially for something capable of handling a 0° night. Keep in mind, the temperature rating on the bag is marketing fluff. 20°F just means that you won't freeze to death, but the bag is going to be comfortable at closer to 28-35°F.

Down bags are also not as good in wet weather, which is probably a concern in Washington. As someone else mentioned, you may want to just rent a bag. I'd explain to the person what you need and let them help you.

All that said, I really like Sierra Designs, and they have a bag that may meet your needs, and is under $400. https://sierradesigns.com/nitro-0/
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Small/light, warm, and cheap. You can only pick two.

For low weight and pack-size you're probably going to want a high-fill (700-800 fill) down bag, but you're quickly going to approach $500, especially for something capable of handling a 0° night. Keep in mind, the temperature rating on the bag is marketing fluff. 20°F just means that you won't freeze to death, but the bag is going to be comfortable at closer to 28-35°F.

Down bags are also not as good in wet weather, which is probably a concern in Washington. As someone else mentioned, you may want to just rent a bag. I'd explain to the person what you need and let them help you.

All that said, I really like Sierra Designs, and they have a bag that may meet your needs, and is under $400. https://sierradesigns.com/nitro-0/
Agree with this and would also recommend looking into Pariah Outdoor Products for quality and low prices. I own their 0-degree down bag which I purchased to replace a Marmot Never Summer, and it has served me well in many backpacking weekends in CO. Also, the website has a pop up ad with a 10% discount promo.

https://www.pariaoutdoorproducts....-bags-pads
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Wish I could find a good deal on a 800 fill down 30 degree sleeping bag. I understand it will be $150+ but I haven't seen a good deal in a long time.
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Wish I could find a good deal on a 800 fill down 30 degree sleeping bag. I understand it will be $150+ but I haven't seen a good deal in a long time.
Magma 30 quilt is 50% off.

Last year REI had the magma 30 bag for 50% off.

Just need to pay attention.
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Wish I could find a good deal on a 800 fill down 30 degree sleeping bag. I understand it will be $150+ but I haven't seen a good deal in a long time.
I'd be surprised to find any quality 800 fill bag for $150, but you should just watch REI outlet. Twice a year (black Friday and end of May for their anniversary sale) they do a 20% off coupon on top of their clearance price. You can also find good deals at Sierra Trading Post from time to time.

Example - https://www.sierra.com/marmot-30-...my~p~79xah
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