KÖPPEN Viggö 40° Sleeping Bag

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KÖPPEN Viggö 40° Sleeping Bag - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Your camping adventures won't be complete without the KÖPPEN® Viggö 40° Sleeping Bag. This mummy-style bag offers one pound of Thermolite Quallo insulation to keep you warm down to 40°F, and a durable polyester ripstop shell. The Viggö 40 features a ventilation zipper on the left side for increased comfort and air flow, as well as a drawcord collar to keep your upper body warm. A handy compression sack is included for easy transport.
FEATURES:

  • EN T-comfort: 50°F
  • EN T-limit: 43°F
  • EN T-extreme: 19°F
  • Bag style: Mummy
  • Insulation: 1 lb Thermolite Quallo insulation
  • Outer shell material: Durable 210T polyester ripstop
  • Lining material: Moisture-wicking polyester
  • Drawcord collar for upper body warmth
  • THERMÖ VENT™: Ventilation zipper on left side for increased comfort and air flow
  • 7 hole fiber insulation improves packability
  • CARGO PAK™ compression system: Multi-position compression straps improve packability
  • 2-way nylon zipper with anti-snag taping
  • Flame retardant (meets CPAI 75)
  • Zipper: Right
  • Includes a telecompression stuff sack
  • Carry weight: 2 lbs 10 oz
  • Fill weight: 1 lb
  • Size: 86" long x 32" wide
  • Commercial machine washable
  • Style: CEH00837
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Country of Origin: Bangladesh
Web ID: 12586550

Customer Reviews:

Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 35 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by 2 ripped seams after only 1 night's use I used the bag for 2 nights when the temperature outside was between 40-45 degrees. The first night I slept with my pants, socks, tank top and a long sleeve t-shirt. I was pretty cold. The next night I added a short sleeve t-shirt and a windbreaker. Only then, was I warm enough to sleep well. I am 6' tall and weigh about 185-190. The bag was extremely tight and only marginally long enough. The worst part about the bag is the stitching at the seams. After only using the bag for 1 night I discovered 2 tears in the seam, one near the foot of the bag and one near the top of the bag, on the side opposite the zippered opening. The bag was fairly inexpensive but I would not recommend it due to its cheap stitching. April 29, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Bad seam rip I used this bag once on a weekend trip. After the first night the seam opposite the zipper separated and ripped about a foot down the bag. The bag is light and I loved its pack ability but it left much to be desired with its construction quality. March 10, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Very good bag for very little dough I bought this bag specifically for a kayak trip (and backpacking, etc), and I am very happy with it so far. I bought it back in August, have used it on a half dozen trips since then. The only issue I have had (which I could take in for warranty repair if I wanted) was the elastic drawstring for the mummy opening around the face snapped. Also, the plastic cord-slider to keep the compression sack closed broke. I can deal with both of those issues, so if I happen to be going down to Dicks I'll take it with me, but it's not important. The zippers feel pretty durable, no issues there. It is an extremely warm bag. One night out on the river I tried closing it up to escape the mosquitoes -make sure you have netting!!! haha- and in a matter of a few minutes I literally had sweat dripping down my body. It was about 55-60 degrees (F) at that time. The coldest I've had it to was about 45-50 degrees, and I still was not able to close it up. So I'm sure I'll be quite comfortable well below the rated 40 degrees. I would guess it's comfortable to about freezing, maybe a little below. But I am normally on the warm side, so if you run cold this may only work down to the rating for you. Overall, I'm extremely happy with the value, size and weight. I'd buy it again; similar bags normally run easily twice the price. October 28, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome bag You guys need to honor online discounts in store!!!! February 3, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Flimsy zipper The zipper failed to engage(and broke) on day one. May return it. September 10, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Decent but cheap - still satisfied I am new to backpacking so I did not want to spend a lot of money right off until I was sure I would like it. That being said I knew that it would be a cheap sleeping bag. The plastic slider on the stuff sack that closes the bag broke on the first one I picked up. Then when pulling the bag out of the stuff sack (using the handle on the bag) the bottom of the sack ripped off the sidewalls. I exchanged and now I am very careful with the stuf sack. I have not used it yet but it is not big enough for a man above 6' or larger than 170lb and even then it would be a tight fit. Small means less air to heat up inside. Still I knew it would be cheap but I got it anyway. We will see how it works out. July 2, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not Bad Upon attempting to pull the bag from the stuff sack (using the handle) I inadvertently pulled the bottom off the stuff sack (poor stitching) . After the exchange I got a replacement plan and rolled the bag off this time to find out that the bag itself is not a a bad bag. It is slightly narrower than the average bag but I was not uncomfortable or even constricted. I am a 155lb and 5' 9". After my protection plan is up I will reinforce the stitching in the bag. Oh and the stuff sack compressed the bag down to about 14" long with a diameter (not radius) of 7". I have yet to test it but the flier states that it has a comfort rating of 50 for females, 43 for males, and a survival rating of 19 degrees for females. Overall not a bad bag if you're not spoiled. Hope this helps. June 18, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Lightweight and easy to carry Took it backpacking for a week in early June. Packed nicely and easy to carry. Always kept me warm on a few chilly nights. Is rather narrow so I would not recommend for wider individuals. June 18, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Did It's Job I used this bag a couple of weekends ago in conjunction with my Magellen Trail Scout tent, it held up to 35 degree overnight temps without having to layer clothes to stay warm, it was a little tricky to get rolled back up and stuffed back in it's compression sack but I eventually got it figured out. March 20, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good bag Use the bag for camping. Folds up nice and stores well. I am 6'3" and I would like the bag to be a little longer and roomier. The bag does keep me warm October 17, 2012
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