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Best to just stuff it into the stuff sack, rather than roll it. If you want to close it up during the day, just fold it up loosely over itself.

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Depends on how cold the place where you will be camping gets to at night. Mummy bags tend to be rated for colder weather than other types.

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The mummy sleeping bag is shaped like an Egyptian mummy, with a zip down the side. The shorter the zip, the better. Usually designed for the coldest conditions, snow and ice, and with a good hood and neck ****. Australian mummy designs have more sideways leg room than American ones, which seem incredibly narrow.

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