Reviewed by Mike the Mountain Man from Flagstaff. AZ on Tuesday, January 13, 2015
I recently moved, and due to a storm, the foam pad I usually sleep on and sheets and blankets were not delivered for two weeks. I slept in Haglofs 26 degree bag and underwear and turned my heat down to 55 and it actually got too hot in the sleeping bag, so I had to unzipper it halfway. I washed it four times in two weeks and it came out as good as new except softer and fluffier. Dries quickly and nicely in the dryer and is unharmed by washing. Comes with a compression sack. Considering how comfortable and light it is and how cold the nights are in Flagstaff, I will need to by a spare just incase..... this is an awesome sleeping bag, and if it gets damp, it dries quickly.
Reviewed by DavidW from SC on Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Since it's summer here I haven't been able to put it to the test but it seems nicely constructed and fits me well.
Pros: lighter and compresses smaller than most synthetic bags in this temperature range; the zipper: it hasn't snagged at all
Cons: description said it came with a storage sack and compression sack but it only came with the compression sack. Sierra customer service confirmed the description was wrong and quickly updated it, but somewhat disappointing since most bags in this price range come with both sacks.