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RegularTemp Rating: 20° / -7°C
Temp Rating: 20° / -7°C
EN Comfort Limit: 24° F / -4° C
Fits to: 6 ft 6 in / 198 cm
Fill weight: 54 oz. / 1.531 kg
Total weight: 5 lbs 8 oz / 2.495 kg
Stuffed size: 11 x 17 in / 28 x 43 cm
50D Polyester Taffeta
50D Polyester Taffeta
|Temperature Rating:||20 Degree|
|Sleeping Bag Shape:||Mummy|
Great nights sleep, perfect for car camping. A little big for backpacking unless you have plenty of room. I really liked the blanket feature, when it was a bit warm I was able to open it up and still have something covering me without being too warm. The bag has plenty of room in the foot area, and it doesn't hurt you can stick your feet out the bottom. All in all a great bag, just a bit bigger than I expected. Dockens on Sep 19th 2017
Really comfy sleeping bag. I've never been so warm at night! Kristi Yoho on Jun 19th 2017
Ordered this one online. My mistake for not seeing the physical size before buying. After years of hiking, mountain climbing, and backpacking with uncomfortable sleep in a traditional narrow mummy bag, I needed something with some leg room, any leg room to be specific. I shopped around (online) debating temp rating vs stuff sack size. This one seemed to be a solid choice. I’ll give it four stars for leg room. Haven’t tried it outdoors yet. But it may end up being a car camping sleeping bag. If you’re looking to purchase this one, know the online stuff sack specs are wrong. Actual stuff size is 12”x21.” A bit bigger then I was expecting and a bit much to lug into the woods. Wish I would have gone smaller. Unknown on Mar 4th 2017
Very Comfortable...internal blanket is great, you can push aside sleep on top of or use as a blanket. Lots of room to turn around in.
Closing the top 8 inches of the zipper can be a challenge..but once close you are tucked in.
Spend a couple of nights at -2 C and that was the lower limit for comfort,
Brian on Oct 14th 2016