Reviewed by Tim from Colorado on Wednesday, February 19, 2014
I bought the large tall and it has plenty of room! I am 6'2" and 205lbs. The zipper works fantastic, I am ready to try it out in Yellowstone a couple if months away. It's a little rough getting it packed into its sack though .....
Reviewed by Jolly Jeb from Utah on Thursday, February 6, 2014
The bag stayed warm on my overnight winter campout. The temps got down in the teens but I was warm in the bag. Tha bag also packs well in it stuff sack and is not too heavy. My only complaint is that EVERY time I try to unzip the bags zipper it gets caught on the inside of the bag. Not sure how to fix this but it is a major annoyance at best. But hey for the price I can deal with it!
Reviewed by J.D. from Western NC on Thursday, February 6, 2014
We camp every year in late January in the Pisgah National forest. This year my thermometer hit -12. This bag was more than sufficient. It kept me very warm. I was expecting it to be a little roomier based on the description and reviews. I found it to be a pretty standard mummy cut but I'm not complaining because it was -12, and the other option was hypothermia. Its quality construction is consistent with Mountain Hardware's products. Over all this bag is as described and I am extremely happy with it. I plan to get many years of use out of it.
Reviewed by Shenandoah man from Virginia on Saturday, January 11, 2014
Ok I just got this and haven't had it out yet but I did try it on. I'm confident that this sleeping bag will do well in zero degrees weather. One thing sleeping bag shoppers should be aware of. The temperature ratings of sleeping bags are for survival. So if a sleeping bag is rated -20 it means you won't freeze to death at -20. It doesn't mean you wont be cold. So the early bad news is that I had the zipper stick several times the first time out. It usually caught on the zipper wind guard and a couple of times on the nylon fabric of the bag. The normal solution to this is run your finger in between the wind guards to pull them away from the zipper as you zip it up. Not something you should have to do but it is a solution. The bag weighs a light 5lbs and just fits into the bag compartment in my High Sierra 90 pack. Looking forward to using it and if needed I'll revise.
Reviewed by applechaser from FL on Thursday, November 7, 2013
This is a nice bag but cannot see how you can take it backpacking. It would be great for car camping. It is large and will not fit in the stuff sack. I am fairly versed in carrying sleeping bags in a hiking pack and tried three times to fit it in the stuff sack and it will not go.