Reviewed by Brian Colo from Colorado on Monday, May 20, 2013
Overall this bag is a very good bag for the price. For my first outing the low was 15 degrees and I stayed comfortably warm except for my feet. I am not sure how comfortable I would be at 0 let alone -20. The bag is very thick and that makes for a super comfortable nights sleep. The overall construction, the bag is made well and I had no problems with zipper snags. If you are looking at this bag for backpacking this is not the bag for you, it's huge even compressed in the stuff sack, best suited for car camping.
Can't really beat it for the price.
Reviewed by Desert Rat from Central Oregon, miles from nowhere on Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Haven't used this bag in he outdoors yet, but my current abode has no heat, so I guess it's as though I'm outdoors since we've already had a cold snap. I was warm and toasty!
Bag is nice and long (I'm 6'4" 255) and ample in the shoulders. I'd say that the only down side in mostly up-sides is that it takes some acrobatics to zip it all the way up and fasten the velcro to secure the zipper. When I'm using my lighter weight bag, I keep this one in the rig for emergencies. The X-L compression stuff bag is the one you will need for this bag, but I think STP is about out of those. This is a car camping bag, but a nice one.
“Does the zipper 'open' at the bottom of the bag to allow another bag to be 'mated' to it? I realize that one bag would have to be used with the hood up instead of laying on the ground, but for the cost, would love to see if these could be zipped together??????”
Asked on 10/1/2012 12:00:00 AM by Joan from New London, WI