Sleeping bags

I’ve been checking different sleeping bags.. I found a couple at REI one is a Seista 30 rectangle.. will that be to warm or should I get a 40 degree bag..
LL Bean looks to have a couple.. trying to stay under $80.. any suggestion would be great.. thanks in advance..

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Matthew P, February 14, 2017 at 3:25 pm

I have used the REI Co-op Helio Sack 55 Sleeping Bag for warm weather camping and hit has worked well. It backs down very small for the Regular size it is down to 3.1 liters. if it gets to hot I just leap on top. The zipper works great for the price.

https://www.rei.com/product/894998/rei-co-op-helio-sack-55-sleeping-bag

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SFC JKL 2, February 15, 2017 at 5:12 pm

I use a fleece bag I got at Walmart a couple years ago for $8 and a sheet. If it’s hot, I’ll just use the sheet and sleep on top of the bag. If it gets cold, I’ll put the sheet in the bag as a liner.

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