Rated4out of5byThumper369fromGreat bag, Nice and warmThis bag is great. My only complaint is I wish the stuff sack was a compression sack, to make packing it up a little easier.
I got a bit worried one night that it was not going to hold to the temp rating, as I got cold. Then when I was talking to my wife when I got home, she said the temp was a full 20deg colder than what I thought it was.
So that said I woke up chilled at 21. Easily fixed by putting on my fleece hoodie. I was warm the remainder.
So now I have good confidence in the bag down to the advertized temps and a little lower.
Date published: 2014-03-17
Rated5out of5byJosephus74fromgreat bagI really like this bag, having used it mostly for spring/fall backpacking. Not the lightest weight bag I own but fine for a synthetic, stuffs easily into the sleeping bag compartment of my Osprey Aether. I'm 6'1 170 and splurged for the long as I like a little extra room, and it has plenty both in length and a roomy shoulder area. Temp rating is actually pretty accurate, I've slept in it down to 30's in a t-shirt, although around mid-30's I do add my baselayer shirt/pants for max comfort. Overall great bag for backpacking with a fantastic price point, as long as you stay within the temp range.
Date published: 2014-03-13
Rated5out of5bybeauismfromExcellent bagGreat bag that kept me plenty warm in high 20s temperature. Very light and packs small.
Date published: 2014-03-05
Rated4out of5byG-PafromGreat bagLove the bag. I got the long version. My only complaint is the stuff sack that came with it is to small. I emailed the company and they told me it was the right one and you just have to cram it in. For the life of me, I nor the REI salesperson could get it to fit. The sales person told me that everyone who bought this bag had to buy a bigger stuff sack. The bag itself I have no problems with.
Date published: 2014-01-23
Rated4out of5byjgrembifromGood overall 30 degree bagI bought this for my 600 mile bicycle trip around Lake Huron. Up in the Great North and, especially in the Upper Peninsula, the weather can turn cold quick. I felt I was well prepared for any cold front with this bag in my pannier.
The bag stuffs well for backpacking, breaths well at night, and can keep the dawn dew off from soaking in.
Date published: 2013-09-22
Rated3out of5byplickplick22fromAn Average BagI bought this in-store. I should have waited and read the reviews online prior to purchase. The bag packs small, is light, and is comfortable at 30 degrees. However, the zipper snags easily (a quick fix, but still annoying). The sizing is not accurate either. It ran small. I would definitely purchase one size larger than you need.
Date published: 2013-09-11
Rated4out of5byNW-Hiker-Biker-CamperfromGreat for summer pack tripsBought this bag for a summer bike packing trip. It fit well into the panniers and was great for the temperature encountered on OR summer nights(45-60F).
Date published: 2013-08-07
Rated3out of5byLHOfromSuites my needsI volunteer with my local, county Search and Rescue Unit. Among the requirements is to have a back pack with equipment to survive one or more nights in the back country. This sleeping bag packs small enough and is temperature rated to a level that by having it in a bivy, with my cloths on and a sleeping bag liner I should be able to survive the temperatures of the Cascade Mountains and foot hills. I haven't been able to use it and hope I never will -- so the middle rating will be it for now.
Date published: 2013-04-25
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