Rated 2 out of 5áby Hazer Not a 40 degree bag
Barely keeps you warm at 60. Good summer bag, but I would not chance it in early spring our fall.
February 18, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5áby Vic Good Bang for your buck
$80 for this sleeping bag is a great value. I've had no issues so far.
October 11, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5áby Woodsmen Warm weather only
When it says its rated for 40 it's a joke wouldn't use it in less than 60 with out a good liner. That being said great summer bag lite weight and small
September 24, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5áby Billy G This product is everything it says it was
This sleeping bag is warm, comfortable, durable, and has a lot of added futures that i wasn't aware of at the time of purchase. So all in all a very good product at a pretty good price.
September 6, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5áby Jay Jay Good Sleeping bag for the money
Some of the cheaper ones, I found a zipper coming off the threading almost immediately. So far, this zippers are holding up but have only used a few times. Good bag for early / later summer even into fall / winter. Have fun!
August 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby Bren Great bag for temperate weather
I do almost 100% of my camping in the summer and fall, and this bag is perfect for warm weather. I'm under 6', but I don't like to sleep too tight, so I got the large size bag, and it's perfect. Inexpensive, good quality lightweight bag. All my expectations from this product have been met, I am perfectly satisfied.
August 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby radiant111 avid camper recommends
I sleep warm I picked this bag up on sale, I have a wiggy's bag that is rated to 30 degrees and it went with me all over the world in the Marine Corps. The temp rating is accurate, since I sleep warm I left old reliable at home and trekked with this bag. I usually where light thermals and a head scarf. I am 5'9'' 190. I had enough room I always carry a bivy as well just in case. I used this in 40-45 degree weather and was fine. I am sure I would need my bivy for anything colder. But cutting down weight and layering as any backpacker will tell you is the way to go. The summers in Idaho thoough hot are cool at night and this bag for a warm sleeper who layers will really enjoy it. If you sleep cold or are not used to the outdoors learn how to layer your sleeping gear. bag, under clothes, bivy. This product is a good value and should be purchased. Steve...
July 18, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5áby MiG Tight Fit
Barely fits 6' tall dude. Zipper jammed on first use, but was able to fix it next morning. Comfortable at 60 degrees--that's as cold as it got. Light weight and small--ideal for bicycle or hiking trip. Bright red color makes it easy to find with other gear.
June 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby BAM Great Product
I am a section hiker and do not like sleeping in shelters as I prefer setting up tents. This is a lightweight yet warm bag. The only problem I had, is the same as my problem with all other bags and a personal issue. I suffer from claustrophobia when do not have full range of motion in my arms, and found this bag too tight when zipped shut. (Granted, I have wide shoulders and this may not be an issue for smaller frames)
May 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby y0 The best cheap bag for backpackers
This bag is very light weight (probably the lightest sub 100 dollar bag you can buy), compacts very small for a synthetic bag, and the fabric is very soft yet durable. The zipper can get stuck, and the draft collar can work its way loose if you are moving sleeper. Because its so tight, it warms up rapidly. I slept like a log in longjohns and a long sleeve shirt on a 37 degree outside temp night (I am a warm sleeper and had a big camp meal though) so I think the rating is quite accurate. If you like elbow or feet room this is not the bag for you though. This is perfect though for anyone under 200 lbs and need a cheap bag for backpacking. This combined with a Kelty Tempest (bought also at Dick's) and Kelty Pawnee backpack makes for a reasonable light under 300 dollar big three backpacking setup that will last till you want to upgrade.
December 13, 2012