Review relates to Minimus Down Sleeping Bag
"Over the past twenty five years have tried and tested many bags but as yet I can honestly say, have not found a more comfortable bag."
— Jeremy Hastings, Islay Bushcraft.
Review relates to Minim Overbag
"No one I know goes hiking in a big thick woolly jumper, so applying the layering principle to sleeping bags makes as much sense as it does for clothing. This past summer I used the PHD Minimus and PHD Minim Overbag sleeping bags.
Immediately the benefits became obvious. Two smaller bags took up about the same space as my old bag, but were considerably easier to pack into dry bags each morning. Stowing them in separate compartments reduced the chance of them both getting wet and made packing the kayak much easier with less wasted space.
On occasions when conditions were [warmer] the inner bag was more than sufficient on its own – at these times I didn't even unpack the second bag from the kayak, thus saving time and energy the following day. Being able to slide either the inner bag down round your legs or the outer bag off made regulating your temperature easy on warmer nights.
It's now so obvious - I can’t believe it's taken me 30 years to apply this layering principle to my sleeping system. "
— Martin Rickard, greenlandkayakexpeditions.com