Rated 5 out of
Light and smallThere are definitely better 40 def bags out there, but you will be hard pressed to find a down bag in this price range. Took it on two trips so far and it worked great. On high camp in Olympic NP, it got down to around 40 at night and I was just fine in some long underwear. On the coast - more than enough. Above 60 it gets too hot and I was crawling out of it. Zipper seems OK to me and there is reasonable wiggle room for a fit person. Best part is that it is down, so it compresses very smal. This will definitely be my go-to bag for lightweight above freezing camping.
Date published: 2013-07-18
Rated 4 out of
This is a stellar, inexpensive bag that easily meets the needs of any three-season camper.I got this sack because it was the cheapest down bag that I could find; it was well worth the price. I wasn't expecting anything for below freezing weather, but I made it through a frosty night semi-comfortably sleeping in this. With some long johns and a little layering, this can get you through some chilly nights between 30Â° and 40Â°. It's extremely comfortable, and you just let it wrap around you. It can easily be too warm if it's near 60Â°, but just use the zipper and sleep naked.
Date published: 2014-03-09
Rated 5 out of
Great bag for meThis is my favorite sleeping bag yet. I love how light weight it is and how easily it packs into my backpack. Huge improvements over my last bag. I'm not super tall (5'11'') but I can stretch out in this with no problem. I'm typically a warm sleeper, so I got the 40 which works out great even as it dips down in the low low 30s, I'm still just fine in some shorts and a tee shirt.
Date published: 2015-04-19
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