Reviewed by Minnesota camper from Plymouth, MN on Wednesday, July 8, 2009
Since this is not down, it doesn't stuff easily into the stuff sack. My little hands really had to work! I'm glad I found this out before using it...I returned it because I planned on using it for a canoe trip and mangling my hands every time we changed camp sites did not appeal to me. If you're going to use it for car camping only, then this bag would be great. Haven't used it outdoors, but I did slip into it, and it was definitely warm and comfortable.
Reviewed by HorsePlay from Santa Fe NM on Monday, December 8, 2008
I am returning this bag. It is rated as good to 15 degrees. I have tried several times to use it camping in a enclosed, double wall horse trailer WITH a heater going & this bag didn't cut it with outside temps of no lower than 18 degrees. Not warm at all. it has a lot of "cold spots", particularly down the left hand side. I would pity the person who actually tried to use this bag outdoors! also the zipper is stiff even after treating with a product designed to help zippers track more smoothly & the zipper snags easily. The zipper track must be absolutely straight to zip or unzip or it will snag every time. A pain in the neck in the dark!
Reviewed by Traveling Emmy from Brentwood, TN on Tuesday, November 11, 2008
I used this sleeping bag in the Smokies this past weekend. The evening temps were in the 20s and the bag kept me nice and toasty. The zipper worked well and it was plenty roomie inside. The tag attached to the bag said it had a small pocket to keep keys, flashlight, etc but my bag does not have this outside pocket anywhere to be found. Great bag, esp at the price!
Best Uses: 3 Season Camping, Backpacking, Car Camping, Cold Conditions