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Mountainsmith 0°F Crestone Sleeping Bag - Synthetic, Mummy

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Information about Mountainsmith 0°F Crestone Sleeping Bag - Synthetic, Mummy
Closeouts. Whether the crescent moon rises on a clear night or a cold, unexpected storm rolls through, you'll be prepared with Mountainsmith Crestone sleeping bag. It's designed with exclusive Mountainloft Hollowfiber insulation for warmth in temps as low as 0°F.
  • From Mountainsmith's Performance Series
  • Comfortable quilted construction
  • Form-fitting adjustable hood
  • Neck baffle collar
  • Full-length draft tube
  • Contoured footbox
  • External hand loops for drying or pad lashing
  • Compression stuff sack
  • Mummy bag
  • Made in China
Specs about Mountainsmith 0°F Crestone Sleeping Bag - Synthetic, Mummy
  • Sleeping bag shape: Mummy
  • Sleeping bag style: Synthetic
  • Insulation: MountainLoft Hollow Fiber
  • Temp rating: 0 degrees and below
  • Shell material: Polyester
  • Girth (shoulder/hip/foot): 65/62/40"
  • Stuff size: 18x10"
  • Zipper: Right
  • Compression sack: Yes
  • Weight: 4 lb. 10 oz.
  • Made in China

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Pat from Victoria, Australia on Thursday, September 20, 2012
Purchased the Mountainsmith and the ALPS Mountaineering 0 degree bags at the same time. The Mountainsmith packs smaller, is lighter, but just as warm. Has snag free zip also. Both are excellent purchases for winter camping in Australia, but the Mountainsmith quality is just a bit better (especially ... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by B-Rock. from New Mexico on Thursday, July 24, 2014
    When this bag arrived I immediately opened it up to take a look. The first hing I noticed was the smell. Synthetic bags initially have a chemical smell and they need to be aired out. So that is what I did, and after two days the smell was completely dissipated. The second thing I noticed is the quality of the craftsmanship - all seams are in order and the bag appears to be made of quality materials. I have not taken it out yet, but I am looking forward to doing so when the temperatures begin to fall.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Johnny the Hiker from Montana on Wednesday, July 23, 2014
    I used this bag for camping in Montana. I intended to buy a sleeping bag that I could take on overnight hiking trips but it's bigger than I thought. The places I want to hike to still have snow in July and it gets cold at night even in the summers but I don't know if I want to pack this bulk around the wilderness. I don't expect to use it in 0 Deg. F. The sleeping bag kept me very warm in 40 degree weather. The zipper always catches on the material without fail so if you get up in the night and you are freezing your butt off, you will be cussing up a storm trying to zip it back up in the dark with the zipper catching every couple of inches. Other than that, it seems well made. The compression sack is nice also.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Kilimanjaro Bob from Missouri on Thursday, June 26, 2014
    I needed a new sleeping bag for a climb of Mt Kilimanjaro and the Crestone seemed ideal. I have. Not yet checked it out at 0 degrees yet, but it is extremely comfortable. The hollow fiber insulation is a technology achievement.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Outdoor Girl from los angeles on Wednesday, April 9, 2014
    haven't used it yet, but bought 2 based on reviews.
  • Reviewed by Haney from West Virginia on Monday, February 3, 2014
    I bought this bag for my trip to Mt. Rainier coming up later this year. They recommend a 0 -15 degree rated bag when summiting in September. I had the perfect opportunity to try it out during the recent "Polar Vortex" so I put up my tent out back in the snow on a -2 degree night with a 10 - 15 mph. wind. I did not have my sleep pad so I had to throw down another lighter bag for insulation from the ground.
    I wore a pair of non-insulated dry fit pants and top and a pair of smart wool socks. I did not have any issues other than my feet got a little bit cold in the middle of the night when the wind was hitting the foot side of my 1 man backpacking ten. Then again, they were thin socks and the wind was whipping up against the edge of the tent where my feet were resting. I thought it more than did the job especially given the ridiculously low sale price I got it for.

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