About Columbia Sportswear 25°F Reactor II Omni-Heat® Sleeping Bag - Mummy
Closeouts. A great value for cool camping conditions, Columbia Sportswear's 25°F Reactor II sleeping bag has Thermix MX insulation with offset quilt construction to prevent cold spots and an Omni-Heat® thermal reflective system that retains body heat.
Specs about Columbia Sportswear 25°F Reactor II Omni-Heat® Sleeping Bag - Mummy
- Insulation material: Thermix MX
- EN Temp rating: 41°F /31°F /3°F
- Shell material: 30 denier nylon ripstop with Omni-Shield®
- Lining material: Omni-Heat® thermal reflective Microtex
- Girth (shoulder/hip/foot): 60/56/45"
- Fits to: 6'
- Fill weight: 31 oz.
- Length: 76"
- Stuff size: 17x9"
- Zipper: Left
- Stuff sack: Yes
- Weight: 2 lb. 14 oz.
- Recommended use: Family camping,Backpacking
- Made in China
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- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by ipartner48 from Alberta on Monday, May 26, 2014My wife loves the omni-heat clothing from Columbia so I thought I would give this bag a try. The metallic lining really does work - bag heated up quickly and did what i hoped it would do - keep me warm! Lots of room in the bag as well - was able to bring up knees while on my side without taking the footbox with me - roomy! And best of all, it comes with a compression sack - awesome - saved me $30 as I didn't have to buy one. Highly recommend this bag - especially when it's on sale
Reviewed by ipartner48 from Calgary, Canada on Friday, May 23, 2014This bag was a pleasant surprise - any synthetic bag under 3 lbs is nice to start with. It's also roomy - can actually bend my knees very comfortably inside the bag. It also heats up very quickly - BUT best of all - it already comes with a compression sack and packs down to 9 x 15 when you compress it down. I like it - it sure treat me very well this summer!
Reviewed by Mahi Mahi from Northern California on Monday, May 5, 2014Sleep near the Lost Coast beach in the high 40's in just underwear and t-shirt. I didn't fully zip as I didn't expect to get too cold near the beach. Surprised my legs felt cold during the night, upper body was fine. Then next night stayed up at Lake Almanor near Mt Lassen in the high 30's. This time I put in a liner, drapped a jacket over my hip and legs and fully zipped with only my face exposed. Whenever my jacket shifted off I immediately felt the cold. The good points are that it light and packs small and zipper has thicker inner material to prevent snags. The bad is that it's more like a 45 degree bag. Or recommend sleeping with leg thermals to help with the cold legs. Omni-heat is not working as well as the marketing material say.
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