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      • Lofty hollow-core polyester fiber insulation is warm without a lot of bulk, compresses easily for packing and continues to insulate if wet
      • Unzip zipper and lay bag flat like a comforter or just unzip it partially at the foot for ventilation or to roam around camp without leaving your bag!
      • Short zipper with snap tab closures creates armholes for ventilation
      • Both zippers have an anti-snag backing for easy entry and exit
      • Differentiated drawcords (one round, one flat) let you adjust hood and neck easily in the dark
      • Also works great as a sleeping bag liner for added warmth
      • Zippered chest pocket holds watch or other small items, alleviating late-night fumbling
      • Nylon stuff sack included

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      REI Travel Sack Sleeping Bag

      Specification Description
      Best use Travel
      Temperature rating (F) 55 degrees Fahrenheit
      Temperature rating (C) 13 degrees Celsius
      Weight 27 ounces
      Ultralight Yes
      Shell Nylon taffeta
      Insulation type Synthetic
      Fill Polyester fibers
      Fill weight 6 ounces
      Lining Nylon taffeta
      Sleeping bag shape Mummy
      Fits up to (in.) 78 inches
      Shoulder girth (in.) 60 inches
      Hip girth (in.) 56 inches
      Stuff sack size 6 x 11 inches
      Stuff sack volume 5.1 liter
      Gender Unisex
      Weight - metric 0.77 kilograms

      REI Travel Sack Sleeping Bag

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      Rated 1out of5
      by fromNot warm at all I really wanted to like this bag. I got it for keeping in our emergency box outside (we live in an earthquake-prone area, and I wanted a bag that could be stored compressed without harming the loft). I have tried it a couple of nights just sleeping inside the house on the couch, and it is just not warm. In fact, it's hard to detect any loft at all - the bag is almost like draping a thin sheet over yourself. And the material feels cold on the skin. I used a silk liner the second time around, but it didn't seem to make any difference. One telling observation: Usually, this couch is really comfy to sleep on. When I have to do that, I just use the rectangular silk liner and a couple of fleece blankets, and I sleep like a log. But with the Travel Sack, I had a very poor night's sleep. I wasn't exactly freezing cold, I just wasn't at all warm. Really strange, I don't understand how it gets all these rave reviews.
      Date published: 2010-07-07
      Rated 1out of5
      by fromToo cold even at 60-65 F w/long-johns Needs more fill for more warmth. I bought this to use as an indoor and summer sleeping bag. But I found that even at 60-65 F, it's too cold, even wearing long-johns. I had to cover up with my jacket. Sorry, REI, I returned it and don't recommend it
      Date published: 2011-01-08
      Rated 1out of5
      by fromMore of a 70+ bag I've used this camping a few times but it has been relegated to sleeping on couches and such and even then it's only warm enough at temperatures starting in the upper 60s.
      Date published: 2011-05-16
      Rated 2out of5
      by fromI am still scratching my head.... The only reason that I purchased this bag was the many! 5 star reviews from members. I wanted the bag for primarily couch/travel/car sleeping. When I received it, I put it to the test in a controlled environment first: On my bed in my bedroom! This bag should be rated 70+ because it provides as much warmth as wrapping yourself in a thin sheet and has the same lightweight feel too. The temp dropped to 63 in my bedroom and I was chilled all night long. Tried it the next night--it was 65 on the thermo--still cold. It's constructed well and folds up small, but it really has no purpose except as a liner for a warmer bag IMHO. It is so thin! I returned it and purchased the down filled version (2x the price, rated +45) and am currently testing that one--same weight, about the same size, and it provides a world of difference in warmth at night thus far. I will write a review on that one when testing is completed.
      Date published: 2010-06-12
      Rated 3out of5
      by fromNice little warm weather bag I bought this bag to use in the narrows in Zion national park in June. It was a nice little bag for the weather. I wish there was a place to lock down my crash pad. I put the crash pad on the inside of the bag and it was a tight fit, but the bag is quite roomy with out a crash pad inside it. For the most part I'm happy with this bag.
      Date published: 2013-07-17
      Rated 3out of5
      by fromToo Cold and Should be rated +75 I use this product in warm weather and sleeping inside my home. I tried it with windows open and I was cold.I like how you can walk around while still wearing it but overall it is to cold and should be rated +75.Good price.
      Date published: 2011-05-13
      Rated 3out of5
      by fromDoes the trick but not super comfortable While nearly everything about this bag is user friendly (as almost all REI gear is), it's just not a comfortable bag to sleep in. The inside liner is non-breathable (which of course helps keep the warm); however, because it's mainly a warm weather bag, it causes me to sweat even the temperature is down in the 60s. There's nothing worse than waking up after a long day of hiking and STILL sweating. That said, everything else about this bag holds up to REI standards. It packs down small. It's actually smaller than my air sleeping pad. It also has a zipper at the feet that allows you to unzip just the foot end which helps with the heat issue just a bit. It has an arm hole (zippered) on the left side so you can stay in your sleeping bag and still fumble around for gear with both arms. It has a pocket for quick access to gear. The hood is adjustable for those crisper nights where you want maximum warmth. It's been nice not having to lug around a warmer, bulkier bag but also avoiding bringing just a bag liner that won't keep me warm.
      Date published: 2011-06-17
      Rated 3out of5
      by fromNot a bad bag For those of you looking for a good summer bag but want it to be a mummy rather than a semi-rec for those long cool summer nights, this is your bag. If your shoulder span is more that forty inches you will find this bag somewhat cramped at the top, but if you're not a brawny person you're good. The zipper snags but put your finger on the front of it when using it and it's not bad. I'm glad I got the bag.
      Date published: 2012-08-27

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