Rated 4 out of 5 by Blackhawk Great bag..... a little tight for bigger people.
I have used the bag numerous times and my only complaint is it is a little tight. I weigh 215 and am 5'9".
October 31, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by dc9mm Good summer bag
New to camping. Went kayak camping up in Georgian Bay Canada. Got down to about 43F first night. I didn't put my tent rain cover on which I should have as it would have been warmer. Woke up in the middle of the night as I was cold. I was only in shorts and a t shirt. Grabbed my fleece jacket put that on went back to sleep. So If I had put the rain cover on the tent that night I would have been fine as I was told by others that would have kept the tent about 10 degrees warmer. So I would say the bag is comfee at about 50F with just shorts and a T-shirt on. Colder than that you need some more cloths on. Have done two kayak camping trips with it so far. Its holding up quite well and for only 60 bucks its a good deal. Really packs down small in the compression sack it comes with. I read else were that the compression sack straps sometimes rip off so i added extra stitching to the compression sack before I ever used it. So far no problems with the compression sack. Overall I would rate this as a very good buy. I needed something small to fit inside my kayak and this fits the bill. When it got to September I brought a fleece liner but never needed to use it.
October 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Javier Excellent product
Excellent ratio cost-benefitHigh quality. . Lightweight
August 8, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by FlyingNinjaMonkey This was a good product
It was so warm that i had to sleep on top, it was very comfortable
August 8, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by anthprit 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 Dave This product is good
This Bag is great bought it for the Price and the overall weight of Bag, I have used it the past two weekends and hasn't let me down I used it on a 18 Mile backpack trip. The compression sack is good, my only problem is the top of compression sack has a slit in it.
June 11, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by B2Sigep Great Compact Summer Bag
The Koppen Viggo 40 degree bag is a great summer bag not to hot/cool on southern camp outs. The bag is compact and easily transportable. Great find also better get more stock.
June 4, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by brianduncan45 Very good price, I still need to try it outdoors.
Very good price, very light for a sleeping bag. Other bags are lighter, but cost around $150.
I still need to try it camping.
April 30, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by JGinVB 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 4 out of 5 by jwhin79 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