Reviewed by elkslayer from Bozeman MT on Friday, February 17, 2012
this is my third bag i have two need two more will be looking to get a fourth to stop the fighting that breaks out in elk camp as to who gets the big orange bags that keep you from freezing to death. It is not meant for a little stuff sack like the only negative review mentions. If u want an inexpen...
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Reviewed by Scout's mom from Jersey on Wednesday, November 12, 2014
He used it last weekend - only dropped to 22 but he only wore silk long underwear at night. I thought he would have a tough time with the mummy style. Nope - liked it. Who'd have guessed! No issues with the zipper. It wraps up big - real big. But that's the tradeoff. Totally worth every cent.
Reviewed by Raindog from ID/MT/ND/CO/NV on Friday, November 7, 2014
Used on my last hunting trip to MT. Worked well down to single digits. I did not want to get out in the morning so that speaks for how well it worked. I am a big guy 6'1" 238lbs and seemed to fit well. I have the long version.
Reviewed by Kat from FL on Thursday, October 2, 2014
Based on the previous reviews, the bag is too big for backpacking but acceptable for car camping. Not sure what cars they drive, but unless it's unpacked and laid flat, it takes about a quarter of my suv cargo space. It's enormous! One star for warmth.
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