Customer Reviews Of:
Outbound 45°F Microlite Sleeping Bag - Rectangular, Synthetic
Closeouts. The Outbound Microlite is a lightweight, compressible summer weight sleeping bag for camping, backpacking and travel.
- 210T ripstop polyester shell resists snags and abrasion
- Quadratherm® insulation for warmth without weight
- Stuff sack included
- Rated to: 45°F
- Fits to: 6’
- Girth: 66”
- Dimensions (LxW): 75x33”
- Stuff size: 11x6”
- Weight: 2 lb. 2 oz.
- Material: Polyester
- Insulation: Quadratherm®
- Fill weight: 8 oz.
- Closeouts. China.
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Average Rating based on 4 reviews 4.500000 0 5
Reviewed by Craigerino from Lost Angeles on Wednesday, July 15, 2009i was suprised to see how small this is. I wish STP had more in stock. My GF wants one now!
- Pros: Light, Small
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Somoz from Madison, WI on Thursday, May 28, 2009Took this sleeping bag on a week long backpacking trip in the U.P. of Michigan in early May. It was light, didn't take up too much room (great stuff sack), and was comfortable even on cool nights (30-45F) wearing a base layer to bed. I was very happy with it.
- Best Uses: Backpacking, Summer camping, Travel
- Cons: Nothing
- Pros: Compact, Lightweight, Tough, Warm
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mustang from Minneapolis on Friday, May 15, 2009I slept out under the stars in this bag when the temp dropped to 40 degrees. I wasn't cold but I wasn't warm either. I'd think a sheet bag (liner) would allow one to be comfortable even at that temp.
- Best Uses: Car Camping, Summer camping
- Pros: Light Weight, Rectangular shape, Small packed size, True to temp rating
Reviewed by Hiker chick from Cambridge, MA on Monday, April 27, 2009I have not taken this bag out camping yet, because it's not warm enough here (so I can't speak to the 45F temp rating accuracy). I plan to use it for lightweight overnights in mid-summer. I was impressed with the bag's quality, its compressibility (will easily fit into the bottom of a typical pack), and its light weight for a full rectangular bag with full zip. The interior and exterior fabrics are both nice, and the zipper and top cord seem sturdy. Unlike many light bags, it also easily folds into thirds and rolls up small enough to fit back into its sac, with just one hand! The only disappointment was the compression sac-- I would advise not to even try to compress with it (just use it as a containment bag), because as soon as I tugged on the straps, the seam popped out at the connections. Darn! I'm not going to return the sleeping bag just because of that, but I do plan to get a more sturdy, lightweight compression sac to replace the one that came with it. Actually it rolls up so small on its own, it's not strictly necessary. Otherwise, I'm happy so far, and in fact I made my boyfriend buy the left-hand version to match!
- Best Uses: Hostels, Lightweight summer
- Cons: Poor quality stuff sack
- Pros: Compressible, Easy to pack, Light for a rectangular