Womens Mountain Hardwear Sleeping Bags"
$169.99 - $179.99
This bag has it all!
Spacious enough to allow movement but still keeps you cozy.
Smooth full two-way zipper. Small but functioning draft tube. Could be bigger. No issues wit…
- Kate, 09/20/10
Wisconsin wilderness (and classrooms)
I took this camping for the first time in the Blue Ridge Mountains over halloween weekend, and got to test it out in some cold temperatures right away. Temps were in the mid 3…
- Abby, 11/05/11
I purchased this sleeping bag before going on a three month trek along the Appalachian Trail from Maine to New York State. I liked it a lot. It was super comfortable when I…
- Crystal, 12/04/12
This is a great bag for summer & fall, not so great in the winter, spring or early summer. If there's snow on the ground, it will be too cold for this bag. I used mine above 1…
- Ashley, 05/06/13
$169.99 - $179.99
I purchased this bag solely for my upcoming trip to New Zealand in the summer, and will be sleeping in a hut with a mattress. Thus this bag seems perfect - weight and warmth.…
- Rene, 02/12/13
I don't camp if it is below 32 degrees out side and I am usually cold when I sleep. This is and awesome sleeping bag. I Have been warm and very comfortable. I would recom…
- Aric, 10/29/12
I haven't yet spent more than one night in this bag, so I can't give you all the gritty details yet. But what I wanted to say right away is that the zipper goes all the way to…
- MEGAN, 05/05/11
So far, I have only used this sleeping bag a handful of times, but each has been a very enjoyable. The first time I used it was camping on the CO, NM border in the beginning o…
- Lindsay, 04/13/11
The Switch20 bag really keeps a lady warm. I went backpacking and at it was in the teens. I did not feel the cold air once. My only complaint is that the zipper snags easily.…
- Amy, 01/03/13