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Mountain Hardwear 0°F ExtraLamina Sleeping Bag - Synthetic, Semi-Rectangular

Closeouts. With a wide, semi-rectangular cut and toasty Thermic Micro synthetic fill, Mountain Hardwear's 0°F ExtraLamina sleeping bag makes restless nights at camp a thing of the past.

Average Rating based on 3 reviews 3.666666 0 5
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  • Reviewed by Gobbler from Tennessee on Tuesday, January 21, 2014
    Could not wait to try the bag out, so I got in it on the living room floor to see how much room I had. I could move, cross my legs and not fill tied up and by this time I was to HOT to stay in it.......Man this thing is warm for sure. Don't know how cold it would have to be to be too cold but I am impressed at 65deg.
    I would say it would need to be 45deg or below not to burn up............I am 5'11'' and 200lb and had a lot of room.
  • Reviewed by Mountain Man from Colorado on Tuesday, November 19, 2013
    I bought this bag last spring and spent about a week this fall using it in temperatures above and little below freezing. I would rate it nearer to 35-40 than zero. Even with a base layer, socks, down vest, knit hat and insulated pad inside a tent I was still borderline cold every night. On the coldest nights I had to add pants and jacket to stay warm.

    I really wanted to love this bag, but was sorely disappointed. I would've returned it, but the time allowed for returns has expired.

    I give it two stars because it is nicely designed and well made. If you need a bag for 35-40, this is a good option.
  • Reviewed by Barkbeetle from SC on Monday, April 15, 2013
    Comfy bag. Allows good movement. Well constucted. As expected, zero degre rating is likely a stretch...20 degree probably more realistic. I have used this bag in 35-45 degree range and did not overheat. This bag is more compressible than I expected but it is still a big, heavy bag. Better suited to car camping that back packing. All these things are pretty obvious from the specs, so no surprizes with this bag. Minus side-- the zipper is fussy, snags and hangs badly unless you are a contortionist or have three hands.
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