Reviewed by Craigerino from Lost Angeles on Thursday, November 07, 2013
Nicely made, but haven't' used it outside yet. For $38, holy cow! This is certainly NOT for minimalists. I should have read the reviews. This thing would take up 1/2 my pack for sure without a compression sack. I guess I'll try it out in the living room but unless I can put it in a compression sack - I'll return it. Bummer and I just assumed that being a mummy, it would be smaller than traditional packs. This thing is the size of a big watermelon- LOL. STP description was accurate though... I'm 6'3" and it fits nicely. With a bivy, this could be a nice combo... 5 Stars would merit ultralight and smaller pack size - but for the price, this is a steal
Reviewed by Old rider of the purple sage. from Pacific north wet. on Wednesday, June 19, 2013
This sleeping bag lives up to its promise as a substantial place to slip into on a chilly night. Its thick, quality loft, substantial zipper, and capacious interior make it ideal for "car camping" or when you've got to have a warm layer round you on frosty nights. It packs down well in a 20 litre compression sack, but may be a bit large for compact moto-camping or for those who travel light on their feet with everything on their back through the back woods. I'd buy another of these.
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