and would recomend to you all!
Step 1: The Bag
It also came with a waterproof compression sack, and a removable bladder pack that can be worn seperatly.
Step 2: The main Body contents
The waterproof sack is then where I store my sleeping bag and a set of thermals i wear while sleeping, i do this so just incase we get caught out in bad weather i can be sure the stuff i sleep in will be dry!
I have two sleeping bags to choose between,
the first is a Eurohike Adventurer 200, its a 2 season that drops down to -10c in extreme conditions.
It's a Medium size bag that can compress down to a small-ish size and is very comfortable.
the other is a MountainLife Micro 50, its 1 season and drops to only +10c extreme.
but it packs VERY small and is great for summer camping.
I always have my thermals aswell incase the temp drops lower than expected, and if i know the weather is going to be pretty extreme i will pack both bags and put one inside the other, I have found this to be VERY warm in the harshest british weather.
The rest of the main body of the bag is for any clothes i pack and a towel.