Customer Reviews Of:
Haglofs -4°F Zensor Nordic Winter Sleeping Bag - Mummy
Closeouts. Made with technically sophisticated fibers that provide outstanding warmth-to-weight ratio in temperatures as low as -4°F, Haglofs Zensor Nordic Winter sleeping bag also features targeted insulation around the head and in the footbox.
Average Rating based on 6 reviews 3.333333 0 5
Verified Buyer Reviewed by southpaw11 from Oregon on Wednesday, July 13, 2016(male, 26): I've been comfortable in this bag well below freezing (single digits at times) and have had no draft or snag issues. It also looks great.
Cons: It does tend to slide around on sleeping pads more than I'd like and does not pack down particularly small.
Therefore, it feels bulky for backpacking but if you need the warmth, this thing delivers. If you're car camping the size is not even an issue.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by TJ from pine, co on Monday, May 18, 2015My wife is always cold and has wanted a zero bag for some time. WIth the sale price on STP it made sense to grab this and she is thrilled. 20 degrees and my wife claims it is the wamest "thing" she has ever slept in. I only gave it a 4 star as it is a bit heavy, great bag.
Reviewed by Rich from Melbourne on Wednesday, May 13, 2015I agree with Mountain Mermaid in saying this bag is too bulky. Weight maybe too heavy but with the Hyalite Adventurer mat I reckon this bag will be good for sub zero degC climates. Will look into getting SeaToSummit compression dry bag and edit this post with the results for size.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by MountainMermaid from Montana on Wednesday, May 6, 2015Bought this for a backpacking trip to South America. Too large and heavy for that purpose, but would be great for cold-weather car camping!
Reviewed by scoob from rapid city sd on Wednesday, April 1, 2015Purchased this bag to lighten my load while back packing and such. I have used in conjunction with a light weight thermal rest in weather temps as low as 15 degrees with out a hitch. As far as comfort its all about being temperate, i have yet to brake a sweat while using this bag, and holding your core temp. this bag combined with a thermal rest does the job well. Also purchased inner liner for those nights below 15 degrees if needed, as of yet i have not used the liner. a little snug for a 6 foot 200 lb guy. in conclusion i have and would not hesitate purchasing haglofs gear. other products owned. haglof back country back pack and gortex rain pants.
Reviewed by Steve Feuerstein from Bronx, NY on Tuesday, April 8, 2014I recently purchased the Haglof -4 degree F Zensor Winter Bag with the goal of using it in sub-freezing conditions in New Hampshire's Presidential Range; however, due to the lack of warmth provided I was forced indoors. In brief, this bag failed to live up to my most basic expectations.
As one who is typically not overly sensitive to frigid temperatures, I found Haglof's representation of a -4 F rating, which is based on European rating standards, a difficult pill to swallow. In my personal judgment this temperature is far more in sync with a survivability rating - the rare case when one finds himself in unanticipated, prospectively life threatening conditions - not the comfort rating that 99.99% of users traditionally find ourselves in. Perhaps this rating may prove accurate for those desiring to sleep while wearing their sub-zero outer layers.
I would unlikely consider buying a winter-oriented product from this company in the future without a host of bona fide reviews from experts in the industry.
What a disappointment.