Reviewed by Mal from Kentucky on Sunday, November 23, 2014
I've used this sleeping bag for car camping, it is pretty bulky, but it definitely does the job! Honestly, if you don't already know this, the best way to sleep in it on very cold nights is semi, or completely, naked! Sounds goofy, but it's true and worked for night in the high 20's and lower 30's. The fact that it has an adjustable drawstring around your face/head is wonderful as well, you can really cozy up in it.
Only downsides, and reasons I didn't give it 5 stars, is because of how bulky it is & that the zipper can get easily stuck and zipped onto the material of the bag.
Reviewed by pedaholic from Kansas on Thursday, October 16, 2014
As soon as I took it out of the packaging the zipper broke. Size of bag was a little on the tight side with me being 6' and broad shouldered. I wasn't even able to get any use out of it due to the immediate problem with the zipper. It is a very bulky bag though, even with a compression sack.
Reviewed by New Camper from Southern Nevada on Monday, October 13, 2014
This bag was nice and warm for my three nights out. The temperature did not get anywhere near the 20° rating for this bag so I needed to leave the zipper open a bit. Had plenty of room for my 6 foot, 240 pounds. It's light enough, but is a bit bulky in the included stuff sack. For me that's okay because I am just car camping for now.
Reviewed by Some guy from MN on Monday, October 06, 2014
My wife and I went on a camping trip recently where the overnight temps were in the mid-30s, it was windy, and the tent we used was a little on the "airy" side. I stayed nice and warm inside this sleeping bag. We were not backpacking, so the size of the bag in its supplied stuff sack was not a concern.
I am 6-1 and this bag fit nicely - there was a little extra room but not too much.
You would not be able to zip these bags together. In order to zip two mummy bags together you need to have one bag with a left hand zip and one bag with a right hand zip. We only have this bag available in a right hand zip.
Answered on 11/19/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod Spec Kevin from Sierra Trading Post
Answered on 6/23/2011 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from Unknown
Not really a compression bag, more of a stuff sack with the draw string at the top. It's an awesome buy, but if you want it small, you'll need a cheap compression sack. It packs pretty fat in the case it comes in.
Answered on 8/16/2011 12:00:00 AM by Mike from Med Bow, Wy