Reviewed by Warm and Cozy from Northern Californis on Sunday, June 2, 2013
Why more bags don't unzip all the way around I do not know.... They can then be used as a down comforter and stored unstuffed at the same time. If you can fashion up a bottom sheet with a zipper, you can even turn it into a double sleeping bag. This bag itself is of good quality, especially for the money.
Reviewed by SS in the Blue Ridge from Blue Ridge Mountains on Monday, May 27, 2013
exactly what I was looking for. I haven't camped in it yet but have slept under it since i got it. Light, fluffy, no cold spots, soft, no leaks, solid working zippers. I feel sure zipped up it will be plenty warm enough for camping. fast shipping. comes with a mesh storage bag and a stuff sack.
Reviewed by topshot from Maine on Monday, March 11, 2013
Originally I bought a different Marmot bag but found the mummy style to be so narrow that it was claustrophobic. I also realized that a 15 degree mummy bag is way too hot for summer camping The Bridger is so light, yet comy, plenty of room for tossing and turning, and not too hot. The only downside is the lack of mummy hood for those who like a little more protection in chillier weather. I realize I prefer the semi-rectangular style to the mummy style, and so I'm very happy with the Bridger.
Reviewed by rodo from Catskills/Adirondacks on Friday, March 8, 2013
Great value! Perfect for warmer weather or second bag. Plenty of room in the foot box I put my 20 deg bag inside this one to get me close to 0 deg. I can bring one or the other or both, depending on the weather.