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Field & Stream Pathfinder 20░ Sleeping Bag

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Field & Stream Pathfinder 20░ Sleeping Bag - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The Field & Stream® Pathfinder 20° Sleeping Bag will keep you cozy when the weather turns chilly. The rectangular shape gives you room to move, while the drawstring hood lets you seal in more warmth if needed. Gusseted construction and a full-surround chest baffle are designed to keep you warm, while the Hydro-Dri liner wicks away moisture for a comfortable night's sleep. The Pathfinder stores easily in the included bag.
FEATURES:

  • Temperature rating: 20°F
  • Bag shape: Rectangular w/hood
  • Double layer offset quilt construction
  • Gusseted bag keeps you warm
  • Full-surround chest baffle
  • Drawcord hood helps keep warmth inside your bag
  • Hydro-Dri moisture-wicking liner
  • Carry/storage bag included

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Specifications:

  • Insulation material: 4-hole polyester fiber fill
  • Shell material: Polyester ripstop
  • Liner material: Hydro-Dri
  • Dimensions: 28" x 86" x 7.5"
  • Fill weight: 3.5 lbs
  • Model #: CEH00913
  • Field & Stream
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 17257636

Customer Reviews:

Field & Stream Pathfinder 20░ Sleeping Bag 4.5 5 13 13
Warm dry bag 29-39 degree's no thermal's used. My wife and enjoyed camping Oct 30 -Nov 4 2014 age 65. First time camping no more hotel's for us. This bag kept us warm with 50 mpg gust with light rain in SC. We used a Coleman tent with air mattress. We used tarps under and inside blanket on top of air mattress. Thermal R5 mats were not used and returned. Ceramic heater used early morning to change and warm tent. Zippers worked smooth. I kept my bag unzipped at times. Next time camping smaller pillow's to fit bag. November 5, 2014
Here is your a short and to the point review Nice bag, good looking, very comfy and warm. Two things that I don't like about it ... The zipper gets caught way too easily and the inside of the bag make my feet feel like sandpaper. I'm an easy going person so I'm keeping it despite those flaws. Tough call on my recommendation. October 28, 2014
Very Warm -n- Cozy, Very Excellent bag. This bag, is a very warm, cozy; is an excellent bag, love the colors. It is so warm I have to unzip it; is cozy soft. I have not tested it down to 18-20 degs yet. but I know for sure this bag would be good for them temperatures easily, as I am pretty accustom to sleeping n bearing some very cold temperatures having hardly any heat in the house I grew up in. I can sleep in temps down to 35-40F before needing a blanket down to 24-18F before needing a quilt too add; from there it technique on how to rap up inside the quilt to maintain n regulate body heat. I am a male; can get away with -0F to -5F with this bag with standard clothing on tucked away inside. my other bag that was not rated like this one was a 40F rating being a thin mummy style and I got way will temps down to the single digits like 7 n 9F degs with standard clothing on. But to minus the tolerance here, this bag would differently be good for 25-30F comfortably zipped up. And even lower depending on how you are with temperatures that low. I would say its best to have installation beneath your bag for the ground as that would tend to be the coldest spot if sleeping on a next to being bear ground in like a tent or so. Other wise the bag is excellent, I will wait for a very frigate cold night to test this out side bear in the cold. and will post back after getting to test it better. Thank you. October 25, 2014
Not Very Warm I got this bag as I do not like the Mummy style bags and this bag did have the head and shoulder closure that I did like. Got the 20 degree rated bag as I tend to get cold. Took it up to Mammoth mountain in July (day time is high 80s and night is 50s)...I was SO cold at night, especially from the hips down to toes. Also, zipper is extremely hard to zip up without catching every few inches. Bag is going back! September 10, 2014
Greet sleep bag - bad zipper Excellent sleep bag. Incredibly warm. Frustrating that zipper gets stuck so often. June 10, 2014
I bought this for my wife I bought this for my wife, because it is a longer bag. She is over 6 feet tall, so this bag fit her perfectly. The temps at night were in the upper 30's, and no complaints from her. The bag worked great! May 22, 2014
Best bang for the buck Never had a nice sleeping bag before, and this one definitely is nice. Couldn't even tell how cold it was outside! April 29, 2014
Glad I bought this! Worked really well. Kept me warm and I love the fact that I can move around and get comfortable which I couldn't do in a mummy bag. March 5, 2014
Returning this bag I bought this bag for my son but I am in in the process of returning it. The bag is warm and cozy, but I can't stand the material that is used for the lining. Maybe I have really dry hands, but I hate the way it feels on my skin-it is that weird polyester or something so it catches on my skin. I wish they had used a fabric that was more touch friendly, especially for the inside of a sleeping bag. If not for this, I think it would be perfect for what we wanted for our son: affordable and warm. The bag is pretty big and heavy, but we do mostly car camping, so that wouldn't have been an issue for us. December 16, 2013
perfect bag well worth the price I'm a frequent tent camper that will go down to 40 degrees. The 20 rated bag was purchased just in case. With an air mattress underneath, sleep has been so much more comfortable. October 2, 2013
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