Closeouts. Mountain Hardwear's 20°F Pinole sleeping bag features offset quilt construction and Thermic MX insulation to maximize loft, compressibility and warmth in a lightweight package that's fit for the backcountry.
Reviewed by Evan from MN on Tuesday, April 2, 2013
This bag works well enough. I like the shape and fit, even if it is a tiny small for me. I am 5'10 and 185 lbs and it is about perfect. I'm assuming it loses some comfort when you try and make it light, which this bag is.
The stuff sack is nice. I like the fleece on the inside - this makes for a comfy pillow. I have always just put a comfy shirt over the stuff sack for a pillow, but this works better.
The zipper isn't the best, you can fiddle with it though and get it to work by grabbing it differently. It just likes to snag sometimes. Not having a draft guard in the bag sucks. No way around that.
Reviewed by mike from NC on Wednesday, March 13, 2013
This is a very cheaply made sleeping bag. Has very little loft, very poor stitch quality and not at all what i had hoped for. Also has a tag on it that says "made for mountain hardware". This is not the quality equipment I would expect from this company.
Reviewed by Walkabout from Michigan on Friday, March 1, 2013
This is a great, surprisingly lightweight synthetic mummy bag. Picked it up for my 12 year old son. He likes is and says its pretty comfortable. It may not be a winter bag but it will do well in the early spring late fall and may even work thru the summer if left open. Its a no frills bag but seems well put together.
Reviewed by Scout Master from North Mississip on Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Went camping in N. Mississippi. No snow, just damp ground. Slept in tent with water proof floor, and on insulated air pad. Temperature went down to 26F. Was cold all night long, even with pajamas on. The cloth cover inside the stuff bag to use as a pillow is a nice touch.