Field & Stream Field Scout -15°F Sleeping BagItem Number: 13222080
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Cold weather is no match for the Field & Stream® Field Scout -15°F Sleeping Bag. Featuring double layer offset quilt construction to eliminate cold spots, a full length zipper draft tube, a full surround chest baffle and six pounds of insulation, this bag will keep you toasty even when the temperature drops to frigid levels. A handy compression stuff sack is included for easy transport. Grab this bag for your next cold weather adventure!
- Temperature rating: -15°F
- Bag shape: Mummy
- Insulation material: 6 lbs four hole polyester
- Outer shell material: 210T polyester ripstop
- Lining material: 185T polyester
- Double layer offset quilt construction eliminates cold spots
- Easily adjustable drawstring hood
- Full length zipper draft tube eliminates chills
- Full surround chest baffle keeps heat in the body of the bag
- Anti-snag zipper taping
- Compression stuff sack included
- Fill weight: 6 lbs
- Dimensions: 84" x 36" x 15"
- Style #: CEH00887
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Country of Origin: Imported
Rated 2.9 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by SM137 Epic Zipper Fail We go on at least one very cold campout each year. That's the only time this bag is used. On the third campout (fourth night it was actually used), the zipper failed. The zipper has always been tricky to pull up as it keeps catching on the shell. The lining is warm, but when the low-quality plastic zipper splits open it defeats the purpose. Especially with as tight as this bag fits. It was a cold night and now my purchase is worthless without a repair that probably will cost more than I paid for the bag. December 9, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Pete Not made for a big person The sleeping bag keep me warm in the cold MN backwoods while hunting. However, it is not made for big people as it was hard to move around in it and hard to zip up. November 10, 2012