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1/9/2019 12:52 AM
 

Hey, everyone. Forgive me if these questions have been answered before, but I can't find if they have. My partner and I like the Mountain Serape, but we would like to learn a little more before pulling the trigger. We have three questions.

1. Can two zip together to form a double sleeping bag?

2. Is it possible to wash and/or dry clean?

3. What would it cost to ship to Toronto, Canada?

My partner and I like to go on week-long canoe and hiking trips, so we're interested in gear that is durable, multi-purpose, and takes up as little room as possible in our packs. We're interested in the Serape primarily as a sleeping bag, but like its multi-uses as well. Any tips or tricks would be appreciated as well.

Thanks for your help, everyone.

 
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1/9/2019 11:19 AM
 
I do not believe that two can be zipped together, as the zipper is not fully along the side in sleeping bag mode.
I have washed mine numerous times with no apparent issues. I have had my Serape for about five years now.
Regular shipping is about $22 and the import taxes generally run about the same. My last package (to Kingston, ON) was about that, just after Christmas.
Craig
 
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1/9/2019 11:55 AM
 
You can zip two of them together. As Craig says, the zippers don't extend all the way up the sides. With two zipped together, you'll have a fully open MS on the top and a fully open MS on the bottom, and they'll be joined at the bottom and about halfway up each side.

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