KÖPPEN Viggö 20° Sleeping Bag

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KÖPPEN Viggö 20° Sleeping Bag - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The KÖPPEN® Viggö 20° Sleeping Bag is an ideal companion for colder-weather camping trips. Thermolite Quallo insulation will keep you toasty down to 20°F, while the moisture-wicking liner keeps you dry and comfy. Features such as the moisture-wicking polyester liner, extra ventilation zipper and drawcord collar will make sure you stay comfortable all night long. A handy compression sack is included for easy storage and portability.

  • EN T-comfort: 34°F
  • EN T-limit: 23°F
  • EN T-extreme: -8°F
  • Bag style: Mummy
  • Insulation: Thermolite Quallo
  • Outer shell material: 210T polyester ripstop
  • Liner material: Moisture-wicking polyester
  • Drawcord collar for upper body warmth
  • THERMOVENT™: 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

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  • Zipper: Right
  • 9" x 18" compression stuff sack included
  • Carry weight: 5 lbs 2 oz
  • Fill weight: 3 lbs
  • Size: 84" x 32" x 22"
  • Commercial machine washable\
  • Style: CEH00838
Country of Origin: Bangladesh
Web ID: 12586551

Customer Reviews:

Rated 2.9 out of 5 by 37 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor quality I had a zipper problem too. Broke after 3 nights. That zipper is way too flimsy for the job and was always hard to keep closed on cold nights. Save your money unless you know something about sewing April 21, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bad zipper, broke on first use I had the same experience as many of the reviewers. The zipper broke the first night, and I had a very cold night. May 31, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by warm bag but cheap zipper The bag kept my son warm when the zipper was working, but it is now useless due to the malfunctioning zipper. To quote my husband, "It would be easier to keep it closed with a rabid raccoon than to get the zipper to work." March 21, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Zipper defective froze the whole night I've used this bag on various camping trips and was loving it, I even had it on an over night trip on sub zero temps and it kept me very warm. Then one day the zipper "popped" and cold air would fill the entire bag, since its a mummy style bag there is no way to overlap the edges and just rough out the night. I expected more from this company and Dicks sporting goods for carrying it. Going to look for a warranty or take it to a seamstress to get heavy duty zippers sewn on. January 9, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Don't Waste Your Money Sleeping bag zipper failed, and is now completely useless as anything but a blanket. I haven't had any issues with the compression sack, but the bag is too heavy for anything other than car camping anyway. November 17, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Yep, zipper defective! After second night zipper is not working. This is totally unacceptable for camping gear. What is a person to do when stuck in the middle of the woods and their zipper fails. Wish I could rate this lower than 1 star. August 9, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by zipper defective very upset about this bag. zipper broke on second use....rendering it useless. July 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice bag.... Used this bag all of last winter, froze a little, when the temps went down below 10 degrees, or so, just bundled up inside, lots of extra layers on my body, etc., didn't even have a real pad underneath me-could've really used one, though-just, eventually, a folded piece of polyester fleece, better than nothing, under my mid-section, bag lost most of it's 'fluff' by the end of the season-especially around the foot area, liked the head covering, and the draft collar-couldn't've gotten by without that-cinched up tight, my first, ever, winter season outdoors, so I only had my online resaerch to go on, in preparing for it. As far as the zipper is concerned #my main reason for writing this#, yes, I did eventually have problems with it-it did, eventually, begin to separate, at the worst times, and it took me much effort and time to figure out just exactly what the problem was. What it seems is that the zipper-pull is made of a rather soft and malleable metal. What this means is that when you're inside the bag and attempting to zip up, from in there, you may be yanking, or pulling with some force, at times, on the zipper-pull, because it will often get caught on the bag fabric #even though there is a 'zip-strip' there #nice feature, by the way...##, plus, it's, generally, more difficult to zip up from the inside, anyway-awkward, etc. So what ens up happening, is that the zipper-pull begins to, literally, bend out of shape and it no longer will be able to bring the two sides of the zipper together properly, and you will end up with an open bag, a non-functioning, stuck zipper-pull, and a problem that will have to be remedied-if you want to continue to keep warm. Not knowing much about zippers, myself, at the time-only knowing that the zipper-pull on my bivy is made of a much stiffer, and therefore less prone to fail metal-I did notice, though, upon close inspection, that it seemed that the two small openings, on either side of the small zipper-pull, where one side of the zipper goes in on one side, and the other side of the zipper goes in on the other side, and then they both exit out of the zipper fastened together; it seemed that the two sides were out of alignment, so maybe, I thought, lining them back up would solve this problem. A gentle squeeze with a pair of pliers; a little prying with a screwdriver; a little squeezing with my bare fingers, in the dark, in the middle of the night; and the problem seemed to go away, but it kept coming back after a while, as the zipper got used regularly. Then, after a good while into the season, I finally realized exactly how this little sucker was constructed-and why it continued to fail so marvelously, time and again. It was the 'exit' end of the pull-where the fastened zipper would emerge-that was integral in keeping the zipper together, and this is what was being compromised by the bending of the rather soft metal used in this zipper's construction. This opening was becoming too large for the zipper to function properly, and so I just, simply, squeezed this end a bit tighter, with the pliers-and the problem was, essentially, gone #of course, being mindful to be 'gentle' with the zipper, to begin with.....#-at least I now had the correct method for repairing the problem, should it continue to arise. Otherwise, not a bad bag, after all, a 20 degree rating, though, is a bit of an exaggeration, unless you are in lots of clothes, vapor barrier helps, too. June 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great sleeping bag Love this sleeping bag. Plenty of room inside and definitely keeps you warm. April 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bring Koppen Brand Back!!! This and all Koppen gear that I own is of great quality without the premium price tags of famous outdoor name brands. I am disappointed that my local Dick's dose not carry much of it anymore. April 23, 2014
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