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Mountain Hardwear 0°F ExtraLamina Sleeping Bag - Synthetic, Semi-Rectangular

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Overview

About Mountain Hardwear 0°F ExtraLamina Sleeping Bag - Synthetic, Semi-Rectangular

Closeouts. With a wide, semi-rectangular cut and toasty Thermic Micro synthetic fill, Mountain Hardwear's 0°F ExtraLamina sleeping bag makes restless nights at camp a thing of the past.

Specs

Specs about Mountain Hardwear 0°F ExtraLamina Sleeping Bag - Synthetic, Semi-Rectangular

  • Insulation material: Polyester fiber batting
  • Shell material: Nylon
  • Lining material: Polyester
  • Girth (shoulder/hip/foot): 68/64/42"
  • Fits to: 6'
  • Length: 80"
  • Stuff size: 18x9"
  • Stuff sack: Yes
  • Storage sack: Yes
  • Weight: 4 lb.
  • Recommended use: Backpacking
  • Made in China
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  • US shipments only

Reviews

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3.666666 5 Overall Rating: 3.7 Based on 3 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by Gobbler from Tennessee on Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Could not wait to try the bag out, so I got in it on the living room floor to see how much room I had. I could move, cross my legs and not fill tied up and by this time I was to HOT to stay in it.......Man this thing is warm for sure. Don't know how cold it would have to be to be too cold but I am ... Read More
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  • Reviewed by Gobbler from Tennessee on Tuesday, January 21, 2014
    Could not wait to try the bag out, so I got in it on the living room floor to see how much room I had. I could move, cross my legs and not fill tied up and by this time I was to HOT to stay in it.......Man this thing is warm for sure. Don't know how cold it would have to be to be too cold but I am impressed at 65deg.
    I would say it would need to be 45deg or below not to burn up............I am 5'11'' and 200lb and had a lot of room.
  • Reviewed by Mountain Man from Colorado on Tuesday, November 19, 2013
    I bought this bag last spring and spent about a week this fall using it in temperatures above and little below freezing. I would rate it nearer to 35-40 than zero. Even with a base layer, socks, down vest, knit hat and insulated pad inside a tent I was still borderline cold every night. On the coldest nights I had to add pants and jacket to stay warm.

    I really wanted to love this bag, but was sorely disappointed. I would've returned it, but the time allowed for returns has expired.

    I give it two stars because it is nicely designed and well made. If you need a bag for 35-40, this is a good option.
  • Reviewed by Barkbeetle from SC on Monday, April 15, 2013
    Comfy bag. Allows good movement. Well constucted. As expected, zero degre rating is likely a stretch...20 degree probably more realistic. I have used this bag in 35-45 degree range and did not overheat. This bag is more compressible than I expected but it is still a big, heavy bag. Better suited to car camping that back packing. All these things are pretty obvious from the specs, so no surprizes with this bag. Minus side-- the zipper is fussy, snags and hangs badly unless you are a contortionist or have three hands.

Question & Answer

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  • “When these zip together, do they zip together in the middle or do they open flat with one bag being on the top and one on the bottom?”
    Asked by boater from whitewater on 7/7/2013 7:50:30 PM
  • “If I want to zip two of these bags together do I need to get one RH and one LH or does it matter?”
    Asked by Brewhansen from Utah on 4/22/2013 7:17:44 PM
    • You would need to order a RH and LH in order to zip them together.
      Answered on 4/23/2013 9:16:02 AM by Jack from Sierra Trading Post
  • “Regarding the right-hand and left-hand zipper -- if looking down on the top of the bag, like in the picture shown in the catalog, which side is the right-hand zipper?”
    Asked by Amy from Unknown on 2/21/2013 12:00:00 AM
    • It would be on the left side if you are facing the bag, or the right side if you are laying in the bag on your back.
      Answered on 2/25/2013 12:00:00 AM by Prod Spec Kevin from Sierra Trading Post

About Mountain Hardwear

Starting back in 1993, a small group of outdoor industry mavericks broke away from the pack to follow a less-traveled path. From the very beginning, the primary goal of Mountain Hardwear was to create an outdoor gear brand with a sharp focus on technology-driven design, superior performance and hardcore reliability. The result of this function-first mentality has been an array of incredible Mountain Hardwear jackets, clothing, tents, backpacks, sleeping bags and accessories. Today, after more than two decades of industry-leading innovation, Mountain Hardwear continues to set new benchmarks for dependability in the toughest conditions on the planet.