Quest Youth Eagle Peak 50ºF Sleeping Bag
Cub Scouts First Sleeping Bag
Purchased for my cub scouts first camping trip. The little guys sleep in cabins, so this was used on a cot. He said it kept him VERY warm! I was happy with the price - but, will probably need to upgrade down the road. For the time being, it was fine and he will use it again next time he goes camping. This bag (like most synthetics) is very bulky. Took up most of the space in his pack.
May 20, 2013
Great sleeping bag!
Good quality product for the price. Only thing missing is a string or belt to tie around the bag to keep it rolled up
February 20, 2013
good for the price, only a few flaws
bought this for my daughter for camping and the only thing i see that will be a problem is that is bulky around the zipper and it gets caught all the time so be careful other than that seems ok :)
February 10, 2013
good product.my 8 year old camper handled the youth sleeping bag well on her own.
January 29, 2013
Used this for our sons camp out, weather was in the low 50's
November 14, 2012
it got the job done
It was cold out (45 F) when my son used this bag but he stayed warm. He did use extra blankets just in case but this bag worked for him.
November 1, 2012
10 yr old bday gift
October 16, 2012
The zipper design is not good. It frequently gets caught while trying to zip it up. The material seems fairly sturdy. The best use seems to be keepoig it zipped up and having the kids crawl in. It is certaintly a youth bag. I would say for kids 8 and under.
September 12, 2012
"Looks can be deceiving."
We went camping at Deception Pass. The sleeping bag was very comfortable. The zippers snags sometimes but other than that, it's a pretty nice sleeping bag!
July 30, 2012
Nice youth sleeping bag.
My grandson uses it when he visits. It is not too heavy. He gets hot easily, so he doesn't like it zipped up, which is good, because the zipper is awful. It is a fight to get it zipped and unzipped every time. The inner material just won't stay out of the zipper and there's no easy way to hold it back and zip at the same time. No way a child can do it without help.
July 24, 2012