REI Divine Sleeping Bag - Women'sis rated4.8out of5by5.
Rated5out of5byCub Scout mamafromGreat quality super comfyLoved this bag. We backpacked it into a cave for its first trip. Was very lightweight and compact. Kept me warm but not sweltering in a 58 degree humid cave.
Date published: 2013-03-21
Rated5out of5byJLtrekkinfromBest Bag for the MoneyBeing on the larger side, I thought a mummy bag might make me feel too snug, but this bag has a lot of room in it. It is easy to zip and unzip, so that anti-snag protective band is the feature that makes this bag worth the money. I didn't know this would be marked down so much, or I may have waited a few days, and saved an extra thirty dollars...
Date published: 2013-02-11
Rated5out of5byJLtrekkinfromBest Bag for the MoneyWhat sets this sleeping bag apart from all the others is the anti-snag band. I don't know why EVERY sleeping bag doesn't have it, because it is really what makes the difference between a good sleeping bag and a great sleeping bag.
I wanted this instead of down, because of allergies. It may end up costing me a few degrees in warmth, but that is what mummy liners are for. (great investment, they add warmth and keep the sleeping bag cleaner, so it lasts longer.)
This is a roomy mummy style bag. I am a larger girl, and I have a lot of room, so I won't feel trapped when snug in this mummy bag.
Roomy. Warm. Comfy. Lightweight. Zipper doesn't snag.
What else could you want?
Date published: 2013-02-09
Rated4out of5byAZ2013travelsfromI will recommend the light weight DivineI use for camping and as needed basis
Date published: 2013-01-20
Rated5out of5byTitiLalifromVery good 3-season bag. Great design!The only way this bag could be better is if it was made of dry down. I love the design, specially the band against zipper snagging. My partner has a very expensive sleeping bag, but he kept needing my help to get in or out of it. I got a compression dry bag, and made it tiny, so I even had extra space in my backpacks sleeping bag compartment. It is also a beauty, although that is just an extra, and the price is great. The only complain I have about the Divine is that even with my think Thermarest pad, and my silk cocoon liner and a few layers of clothing which are supposed to add to its resistance to cold, at 35 degrees I was cold (in the specs section it says it resists up to 35 degrees). However, it is advertised as a warm weather sleeping bag, I'd say it works great uo to 45.
Date published: 2013-01-06
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REI Divine Sleeping Bag - Women's Customer Reviews