Thermarest Sleeping Bags"
I utilized this bag on a 2 week expedition to Peru, in which the weather was more unstable and colder than any of my previous trips to the Cordillera Blanca Range. Fortunatel…
- DAN, 11/28/13
I picked this bag up along with the All Season Neo Air at the end of summer and have used it in a few different colder weather scenarios and it has performed exceptionally wel…
- Kevin, 12/02/13
Trying to get a good night's sleep while training in Colorado's backcountry, but you can't because you’re on an incline and your bag keeps sliding off the pad. Know that f…
- UWE, 12/02/13
I like the material it is soft and light. I had it down to 38 degrees on a exped down mat. I think the temp rating is accurate if on the correct pad. It has little drapes on b…
- John, 08/21/11
I've only had a short time but totally buy into TR blanket system - many obvious mild weather advantages. This is draftier than a bag and I'm not so sure about the cold rating…
- paul, 12/25/12
I've spent over 30 nights in this strange rear entry bag and its treated me well. I've taken it down to the low 30s and did start getting a bit chilly. However, it was on a co…
- Alex, 05/27/11
I have perfect trust in this item.…
- sophia, 06/13/13
I ordered this pillow in size small. I was a little worried that it would be too small to be comfortable, but it is a great size. I am not sure I would take it on a backpacki…
- Rockstar, 05/24/11
And yet it's one of my favorite things other than my blue speckled mug. The pillow packs up well enough but also can be shoved in full and free to conform around other goodies…
- Jason, 09/30/09
I've had 2 back surgeries and need lumbar support in the car and in whatever vehicle I'm in when I travel; this pillow provides just what I need. It also doubles for my pillo…
- Katie, 05/22/13
Not too bad on it's own for comfort with a shirt or something over it. Sooo light and small. Pair it with the therm-a-rest down pillow and you have awesome comfort. I sleep…
- Melissa, 10/31/13
I bought this pillow (med size) to use in conjunction with the Therm-A-Rest Down Pillow (also med size). The med inflatable is too big to fit inside of the med down pillow. T…
- John, 09/10/13
This pillow is extra comfy on my head. I like how you can adjust the firmness also you could stuff a sweatshirt in it to make it even better.…
- Joshua, 03/11/12
i went md. cuz who really needs lg? it packs up super small and fits in my overnight pack perfect. On the greyhound, came in great. on my buddies floor that night after the ba…
- DAVE, 04/16/11
I spent a lot of hours reading a lot of reviews, oddly enough spent a lot of hours awake in bed, all wondering which pillow defined me. It all came down to the fact that I cou…
- Anthony, 12/02/13
West BY GOD Virginia
Used the "double function" excuse to get this luxury item with my last order. Like everyone else has said, it's nice and soft, but the nylon is noisy and can be a little annoy…
- Samantha, 10/30/13
Thermarest Sleeping Bags
If you are or happen to be friends with The Abominable Snowman, you're really going to appreciate this. Thermarest Sleeping Bags have made sleeping in ice and snow covered landscapes enjoyable, or at least tolerable. Want an example? The Thermarest Haven 20 Degree Sleeping System is a testament that you don't need to sacrifice comfort and warmth for a lightweight sleeping bag because this, ladies and gentlemen, keeps you toasty warm all the way down to 20 F.
Of course if you aren't planning on sleeping in temperatures that low, you can always consider the Thermarest Alpine 35F Down Blanket. This Thermarest Sleeping Bag is going to make your bed jealous. With a 700 goose down fill, you can sleep in comfort and warmth from head to toe. This sleeping bag also comes with a storage bag and stuff sack for when you compress the sleeping bag.
We know you may want a sleeping pad over a bag, so make sure you take a gander at the Thermarest ProLite Plus Sleeping Pad. With unbelievable comfort and support for your body, the ProLite Sleeping Pad is going to make you one happy camper. Or mountaineer. Or hiker. Or really anything you are.
If you do snag one of these, prepare your mind, body, and soul to sleep on cloud 9. I warned you.