REI Mojave +15 Down Sleeping Bag - Regular - Special Buy Specs
15 degrees Fahrenheit
-9 degrees Celsius
2 lbs. 9 oz.
600-fill goose down
8 x 18 inches
EN lower limit (rating for men)
EN comfort (rating for women)
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REI Mojave +15 Down Sleeping Bag - Regular - Special Buy
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REI Mojave +15 Down Sleeping Bag - Regular - Special Buyis rated4.3333out of5by3.
Rated5out of5byMehdifromGreat BagI used this sleeping bag for backpacking and car camping. It packs a little large as it is puffy but you can easily press it and fit other things in your backpack.
It leaks one or two down here and there but it is not really a big deal.
The zipper snags going up and down.
I have enjoyed having it very much. It is so cozy and pleasant that a lot of times I don't even go inside. I just throw it on me like a blanket and still keep warm. If you pull the zipper up, it is still roomy and big inside.
I don't think the other comments about the temperature rating is correct. I have never had any issue with it.
Date published: 2012-10-11
Rated4out of5byDerick the backpackerfromBudget bag out performs expectationsI used this bag for a backpacking trip in early May at Rocky Mountain National Park. It had no problem being comfortable and warm in the 50 degree night we had the first night but as we gained elevation, we woke up at the next site to 4" of snow. It had been snowing all night (I thought it was drizzle) and to my surprise, I had no idea given how warm I was in my bag. I was using a non insulated sleeping pad, a tent with footprint, and I did go to bed that night with long underwear on and a thin sock. The temps that night got down to the 20s and I was more than comfortable. If I needed any warmth, I could have just added layers of clothing, or stuffed the footbox with extra clothes.
It packs fairly small, I pack my down bag into a Sea Line 10L compression dry bag to prevent it from getting wet and take up minimal space. I have seen more expensive down bags weigh less and take up less room but for a little over $100 for a 2 lb +15 bag you really can't complain.
I have noticed that it occasionally leaks some down. From the reviews, it made me nervous about the amount of down people were reporting to lose but I havent really noticed anything alarming at this point. The good thing about REI is that you can return a product no matter what. I am about to bring this bag to the U.P. of Michigan for a week of tent camping and I have no doubts it will keep me warm into the low temps again.
Date published: 2012-09-27
Rated4out of5byrncforeverfromGreat BuyGreat bag at a great price!
Date published: 2012-09-15
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