The Nemo Rhythm 25 Sleeping Bag is a synthetic sleeping bag built for the side sleeper. The Rhythm weighs in at 2 pounds, 12 ounces and filled with synthetic insulation to keep you toasty. The spoon shape is designed to allow side sleepers the ability to shift, move their knees, and just get all sorts of comfy in the backcountry. The fancy shape will even allow you to sit cross-legged while reading a book, map, or just sitting up in the morning working on waking up. The 40D nylon ripstop fabric is durable and light. The whole bag is coated with a durable water repellent to deter water from soaking in and combined with a waterproof/breathable fabric at the footbox, combats tent condensation like a champ.
FEATURES of the Nemo Rhythm 25 Sleeping Bag
Soft and bright lining gives you a cozy interior for a restful nights sleep
Unique baffling curves to the shape of your sleeping body
For colder nights, tuck in the Blanket Fold for added warmth and comfort
Waterproof/Breathable footbox protects your bag from condensation on tent walls
Included Accessories: Compression Stuff Sack, Cotton Storage Bag
Rated 5 out of
Roomy and light for the size!I have yet to go out and camp this season, the Great White North (#WeTheNorth #Canada) haven't had the best weather yet, but I was ecstatic when this came in the mail finally. It's roomy, it's light for its size, and it's got all the features I need: a great foot box, a built in pocket to fill as a pillow (not using my camping pillow now!), a hood, a zipper pocket to put small things in. It's big enough that if my Boston Terrier, Baxter, wants to jump into my bag on a cooler night, he's got room and he's not pushing again the bag and ruining the insulation rating. I think we're both excited for this seasons camping season! WOOHOO!!!
Date published: 2014-05-29
Rated 5 out of
Can't really beat it at this price range!After 12 years with my Mountain Hardware back, I needed more leg room. Just finished 5 days in the back country of Joshua Tree and the back was great. Great leg room, and the flap on the collar was good for snuggling. I will say that I am a hot sleeper and this 25 degree bad is true to it's rating. Stuffs well in the bag section of my pack, without a stuff sack! (Big bonus to me!) Another great feature was the sleeve up at the head. You can stuff some clothes in there and you got a great pillow without extra weight in your pack. And best of all, your legs will never be cramped up again. This back is ROOOOMY!
Date published: 2014-04-22
Rated 5 out of
Room to SquirmI've got national certification as a lousy sleeper and need lots of room to flop around. I compared this bag to a lot of others since I was concerned with weight and the fact that there's more "air pocket" inside. Although it was slightly heavier than what I wanted; that fact is overcome by the shear comfort it provides. I've used it around 5-6 times down to 30 degrees without any hint of chill. The material is plush and silky. But, the main reason to consider it is the roominess. This bag is an exceptional value; packs down well (with compression sack); and the temperature rating is true.
Date published: 2013-10-29
Rated 4 out of
Great design and fit, but a little cold.About me: Female, 5'7", 140lbs. I purchased this bag as an upgrade from my previous one (a hand-me-down from the pops). I’ve had it for a couple of months but only just got around to using it about two weeks ago on a short over-night trip. Out of the shipping box, with a quick shake, you'll notice the bag lofts very nicely; it also comes with a large storage sack/bag for helping maintain its loft when not in use. The bag itself is a bit large and while the included stuff sack is nice, I'll likely purchase a waterproof compressible sack to help reduce the size a bit. The spoon shape is perfect for sleeping in any position, less restrictive than traditional mummy bags—the materials are soft and comfortable. The temperature rating may be a little off though. The night I used the bag, the low was around 41F and I found that I was cold for the majority of the night. I’ll probably purchase a sleeping bag liner to use for those colder nights.
Date published: 2014-10-22
Rated 5 out of
Comfy, roomy, and warm.New to the game and tried out mummy bags, but didn't like the constraint at all. REI salesperson recommended the Nemo bag.I liked that i could bend my knee and be comfortable. I took this bag on two weekend trips so far this season. It did seem too big/long to stuff into my pack, but a little force and it sits in the bottom of the pack just fine. ,,,,Trip 1: Overnight low in high 30s/low 40s with very little wind and no rain. Bag was comfy and I actually got pretty hot with baselayers on. Then again, the bag is rated at 25F. ,,,,Trip 2: Overnight low in the low teens and very windy. Obviously this is lower than the 25F rating, but I was ok with baselayers, socks, down sweater and wool cap. There were cold spots because of the extra room, but my friend in his mummy bag experienced cold spots as well.,,,,Blanket fold is awesome, really helped with covering face from wind. Pillow pocket is a nice feature, but side sleepers like me prefer to move the pillow around. Nocturne is next buy,,,,
Date published: 2013-11-26
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