Sierra Designs 35°F Backcountry Bed Down Sleeping Bag - Mummy, 800 Fill Power (For Women)
About Sierra Designs 35°F Backcountry Bed Down Sleeping Bag - Mummy, 800 Fill Power (For Women)
Closeouts. With a built-in comforter layer, you'll feel like you're at home in your own bed in the zipperless Sierra Designs' Backcountry Bed mummy sleeping bag. Plus, an integrated sleeve secures your sleeping pad for that bed-like feel you want in the wild.
Specs about Sierra Designs 35°F Backcountry Bed Down Sleeping Bag - Mummy, 800 Fill Power (For Women)
- Insulation material: Duck DriDown
- Insulation fill power: 800
- Fill weight: 17 ounces
- Temperature rating: 33°F / 1°C
- Shell material: 20 denier nylon ripstop
- Lining material: 20 denier nylon taffeta
- Girth (shoulder/hip/foot): 58/58/40"
- Fits to: 5'8"
- Length: 76"
- Stuff size: 15x7.5"
- Stuff sack: Yes
- Storage sack: Yes
- Weight: 2 lb. 3 oz.
- Recommended use: Backpacking
- Made in China
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- Cannot ship to Japan.
- Cannot ship to United Kingdom
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Amy from Florida on Sunday, June 11, 2017When I was searching for a sleeping bag before a hiking trip in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, my main objective was comfort, so that I could get a decent night's sleep while backpacking. When I saw the built in blanket feature on this bag, I had to have it! This bag did not disappoint. It is super comfy for camping in the backcountry. I used a Sea to Summit waterproof compression bag and was able to compress this down to the size of a volleyball so that it easily fit in my backpack, and it is fairly lightweight. It also comes with a stuff sack although I have not used it. Although it is a mummy bag, I never felt too confined. I like the feature that allows me to insert my Nemo Tensor Field air pad into the bag, so that I never roll off the pad all night. The first night I used this was 43 degrees, and I was very comfortable and never felt too cold. I was wearing a base layer and wool socks. The second night I used it was 34 degrees, and I was very cold. For that reason I knocked it down one star, since it is rated for 35 degree weather. Now that I know, I will likely purchase a bag liner when camping nights that are expected to be under 40 degrees.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by AZBiker from Phoenix, AZ on Sunday, November 27, 2016Great alternative to the normal mummy bag. Very light and warm. Excellent quality.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Daniel from Ontario, Canada on Wednesday, October 26, 2016We haven't had a chance to try it camping yet, but my wife has been sleeping in it for the last couple of nights just to try it out. She loves it. I will admit, I am a little bit jealous. My mummy bag leaves me no room to toss and turn. I see her moving about with all the freedom she could want.
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