Reviewed by Flash from Byrdstown, TN on Friday, November 19, 2010
We have purchased numerous items from Sierra and find the prices are great [...] We bought 2 of these bags to take on our camper. They are comfortable and light weight. You may need to find another carrying bag as they are very difficult to get back in the supplied pouch.
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Reviewed by Flygal from St. Louis on Thursday, July 18, 2013
While I thought the sleeping bag was well-made and would have worked for my trip, I returned it. I took one of the two bags I purchased out of the stow sack with the help of my husband. It took 2 of us to get the sleeping bag out of the stow sack. We tried and tried and tried to get it back into the stow sack but were unsuccessful. Had the stow sack been of a reasonable size so we could actually use it, I would have kept the 2 bags.
Reviewed by Aleks from Vancouver, Canada on Friday, June 28, 2013
Came with defective stuff sack. Sleeping bag must have been placed in with a machine. I'm 6'2, 300lbs and it took my wife and I 20 minutes to get it out of the bag. Lets just say that there was no way we were even close to being able to put it back in (we tried lots). Contacted Sierra customer support, and they refused to send a new stuff sack and inferred that I was doing it wrong. Unfortunately I can't return it as I have an Alaska trip coming next week where we are backpacking.
Actual Sleeping bag is alright. I'm a very large guy and it fits, but could use a little more room around the shoulders, My chest size is around a 52, but I do move around a lot a night. Zipper does not go all the way down which would be nice.
Reviewed by Eurpean traveller from Idaho on Monday, April 29, 2013
I got this bag to hike the Camino de Santiago. It is very pack able, lightweight and warm. I am 6'0 and the long bag fits just right. Also plenty of room to maneuver unlike other mummy bags. The compressible bag it comes with is great too. Highly recommend if you're going to do any Spring thru fall camping or backpacking.
Reviewed by serge88 from New Jersey on Monday, April 22, 2013
This isn't a one star bag but I wanted to get your attention to avoid possible buyer's remorse. There is NOT a full length draft tube as described . It is 2/3 length as is the zipper - no opening down near your tootsies on this one . This reduces the temperature range and comfort somewhat, and for me was a deal breaker. In my book a full length draft tube means a full length zipper . Otherwise it's a decent bag. The existing zipper is a double so you can open the bag up at the 2/3 length bottom if desired. Just FYI folks.