Field & Stream Field Master 0° F Sleeping BagItem Number: 22774706
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You can sleep easy even in freezing temperatures with the Field & Stream® 0° F Sleeping Bag. A perfect cold weather companion, this bag is keeps you warm and dry even in wet conditions. A cotton outer shell and Hydro-Dri liner counteract dampness. The Element Barrier bottom prevents water from seeping in. Stretch out in the extended bottom for a spacious slumber. Enjoy the comfort of the Field & Stream® Field Master Sleeping Bag.
- Temperature rating: 0° F
- Bag shape: Rectangular
- Features a comfort collar with non-chafing, ultra-soft fabric
- Element Barrier Bottom protects against ground moisture
- Extended bottom gives legs extra room
- Cotton outer shell is durable and locks in warmth
- Full length zipper tape prevents snagging
- Hydro-Dri moisture wicking liner ensures dryness and comfort
- Includes security pocket
- Comes with carry sack
For information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 1-866-677-4771.
- Insulation material: Hollow core polyester fill
- Outer shell material: Cotton
- Liner material: Hydro-Dri
- Camo pattern: Realtree Xtra™
- Dimensions: 90" x 36" x 9"
- Fill weight: 6.25 lbs.
- Style: CEH00928
- Field & Stream
Country of Origin: Bangladesh
Rated 4 out of 5áby 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5áby HoosierHunter76 Was toasty, just be careful w/ zipper! I got my bag and there are pros and cons. The bag held up in very cold weather. In fact, we left camp early because my buddies bag wasn't working for him but I was nice and toasty. A couple things to note: It is bulky, there is NO backpacking ability with this you will have to carry it in separate, but once again its more of a cold-weather bag. The lining on bottom of bag is nice keeping it weather proof on the bottom. I am only 5.9 but 215lbs and there was room to spare so kudos on that. The worst part is the zipper is not great...I broke the zipper off on my first night but still remained warm. Not sure if I'll stay with same bag, I may go back to the Marmot as those have never failed me! March 28, 2014
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