Browning Denali -30°F Sleeping BagItem Number: 15737356
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If you're planning a camping or hunting trip in truly frigid weather, make sure to pack your Browning® Denali -30°F Sleeping Bag. This mummy-style bag is oversized to allow extra room for movement while you're sleeping. Filled with 122 ounces of TechLoft insulation, the Denali features two-layer construction and an insulated chest and zipper baffle to make sure you stay warm in even the coldest temperatures.
- Temperature rating: -30°F
- Bag shape: Mummy
- Insulation material: TechLoft insulation - multi-hole, staple-length fibers with a siliconized finish for increased insulation, loft and compactness
- Outer shell material: 210T nylon diamond ripstop
- Lining material: 210T polyester
- 2-layer construction
- Insulated chest and zipper baffle
- #10 separating zipper
- Compression stuff sack included
- Dimensions: 38" x 86"
- Fill weight: 122 oz
- Bag weight: 8 lbs 15 oz
- Style #: 4897217
Country of Origin: China
Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Sabine Oh it's so ridiculously ginormous...but cozy. When this sleeping bag arrived via UPS, I could not believe how big it was. I mean seriously, it's like 5x the size of a regular sleeping bag when in it's stuff sack. When my friend saw it, she was totally laughing at me. But guess who had the last laugh? That's right--this thing is RIDICULOUSLY warm and comfortable---it's like bringing a bed. I almost felt guilty. Warm, soft not sticky/slippy material, so much fluff you almost don't need a sleeping pad or pillow. Is this camping or am I at the lodge? I'm pretty skinny and you can definitely fit two of me in there although I wouldn't think it'd be very comfortable with a girl and a dude as guys tend to be bigger and hog space...sigh. So this is a bag for car camping only and that's assuming you have a car big enough to hold it (that'd be a truck or an SUV my friends because this thing is not Prius friendly at all). If there is ever a museum dedicated to North American excess, this sleeping bag deserves a display. July 19, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by patricia12345 Too big - brought it back Didn't use it. It was huge. Very hard to get back into the stuff sack as well. Brought it back. Was probably warm but it would have taken up quite a bit of room in my car and on the airplane. May 3, 2014
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