Reviewed by elkslayer from Bozeman MT on Friday, February 17, 2012
this is my third bag i have two need two more will be looking to get a fourth to stop the fighting that breaks out in elk camp as to who gets the big orange bags that keep you from freezing to death. It is not meant for a little stuff sack like the only negative review mentions. If u want an inexpen...
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Reviewed by John H from Colorado on Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Very nice and lofty bag with lots of room. Unfortunately, I was looking for a bag for winter backpacking it's way to big to pack, even using a compression bag. Definitely recommend it for car camping though!
Reviewed by Kayak Ken from Long Iland,New York on Monday, February 16, 2015
I work for a municipality on Long Island. During snow storms, I stay in the garage to do repairs. With the doors opening and closing all the time it can get very cold during the nights. When we can, we try to rest. This bag definitely does the job. I'm really impressed how warm this bag is. For the price you can not beat it. It is really roomy inside. I toss and turn and this had bag let you move around with no problem. The bag is huge when rolled up and way too big for backpacking and hiking. If you are not concerned about space, this is the bag for you.
Reviewed by Zippy from NNY on Friday, February 13, 2015
I bought this because the last time I went camping by myself, my current bag wasn't true to the temp. I backpack, car camp and do a lot of outdoor rec. This bag is awesome and so far true to keeping you toasty warm. I love it. I put down ratings of 4 only because, to hike or backpack with it..would be pretty difficult, is bulky. I haven't tried to compress it, if it compresses down, I will come back and give this bag a 5 star rating!