Field & Stream Wisperlite 50░ Sleeping Bag

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Warm weather camping or backpacking trips are a breeze with the Field & Stream® Wisperlite 50° Sleeping Bag! With a rectangular body shape and mummy-style hood, the Wisperlite is comfortable and versatile. A two-way L-shaped zipper allows you to fully unzip the bag to use as a blanket, and the included compression stuff sack makes transport easy. Take the Wisperlite on your next summer camping trip!

  • Bag shape: Semi-rectangular
  • Temperature rating: 50°F
  • Single layer construction
  • Adjustable hood for customized warmth & comfort
  • 2-way L-shaped zipper lets you unzip the bag to use flat as a blanket
  • Zippered storage pocket inside sleeping bag is perfect for small items
  • Anti-snag zipper tape
  • Draft tube
  • Includes compression stuff sack

  • Outer shell fabric: Ripstop polyester
  • Insulation material: Polyester blend
  • Lining material: Polyester
  • Carry weight: 2 lbs 8 oz
  • Fill weight: 10.88 oz
  • Product dimensions: 84" x 33" x 29"
  • Fit: Regular - fits up to 6'4"
  • Style #: CEH01073
  • Field & Stream
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 50803036

Customer Reviews:

Rated 3.8 out of 5áby 10 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5áby Comfy but Temp rating is a joke For warm weather this is a great bag. I love the small package and the light weight. A comfy and easy to use bag. But when I tried this in the Adirondacks where the temp hit 50 degrees, sleeping was impossible, even after getting fully dressed, including thermal underwear and a sweater. When the temp hit 40 degrees the next night, I couldn't find enough stuff to pile on top to stay warm. Next trip I'll be adding a reflective blanket, a silk bag liner, and some hand.warmers as backup. July 8, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5áby Good price for a nice sleeping bag I picked two of these up last year for a hiking and camping trip as they were about a quarter of the size of my other 50 degree bag at the time. I've seen some people complain about the strap tearing and I can confirm that yes, they'll eventually tear. That said, if you're not paying $60++ for a sleeping bag with compression sack, don't get mad at this little guy. I noticed right off the bat when trying to compress it down to about the size of a softball, one of the straps will slip back. That tells you this sack was meant for LIGHT compression. So if you own one of these or are going to pick one up, just know that it does compress but like anything, if you over do it, it'll break. The sleep bag itself has done very well for me (hammock camper here) down to the high 50's. My wife is a cold body at night and it wasn't enough for her in the same temperatures. May 25, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5áby cheap stuff sack My only complaint about this bag is the compression sack, it's very weak and tears at the seam of the clip strap. in store there were 2 that were torn, when I picked up the last one and brought it home, upon first inspection and re-stuffing, the strap ripped right off when tightening. May 14, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5áby This sleeping bag is amazing small and packable into regular backpack. It's small and warm up to about 40 degress it keeps body heat in really well and dose A pretty good job on a cold night in Los Angeles.This sleeping bag rolls up good and fits into the compression stuff sack without any problems like other other brands.packs small enough to put into a regularly size backpack. To bad they don't make a colder degree ratings for the whisperlight model,the zipper does good and doesn't snag or get stuck.compression bag stuff sack needs to have more stitching for compression straps they begin to unthread and no more straps to compress sleeping bag with that's why i give it four stars. November 10, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5áby Small pack sleeping bag I got this for it's small light size and for sailing in Maine's foggy damp weather in the 50's this past August. One of the three compression straps ripped off at the top after the second repacking. I am not sure if the edge of the strap was burn sealed prior to being sewn to the nylon top because of how easy it tore. This would get a 5 star if there was 4 straps vs 3. At this point I am considering having a neighbor with a heavy duty sewing machine reinforce the straps to the top or maybe making a better compression bag. I believe if I take the compression bag back for a store exchange the new strap may also tear. The stitching is very close to the edge of the strap for the top. If you do get this, use care in pulling the straps. September 7, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby Light and long Great for summer camping. Love the square toe. I'm 6'2" and this fits great. Very light to carry. August 10, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5áby Almost awesome sleeping bag The sleeping bag itself is awesome. I saw it online and went to the store to look at it before buying it. Just like the product description says, it is light and not bulky. The case, however, fell apart on the 1st use. I would give it 3.5 stars but I can't figure out how to do the half star. May 15, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5áby Perfect for warmer camping situations This bag is lightweight and packs small making it perfect for kayak campingtrips May 12, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5áby Perfect for what we were looking for This sleeping bag is perfect for the use we had in mind. We were looking for a light-weight bag that would not take up much space and be the right temp for late spring/summer camping. The bag came with a compression bag so the sleeping bag itself folds up to slightly larger than a nalgene bottle. The night air got down to 40 degrees F the first night we tried it. I slept with a hoodie & sweats on and kept warm. My partner was in t'shirt and shorts and said he was cold in the sleeping bag. I would assess the 50 degree mark is easy for this bag. (Don't forget, what you're sleeping on matters too!) The bottom has a two way zip so it allows you to unzip your feet out of the bag and wobble around without unzipping yourself completely out of the warmth. The only reason I did not give it five stars is because if you are rough on your items, this might not withstand a lot of rough and tumble. I expect ours to last 3 - 4 years, and given the price-point, that's better than I would expect. May 5, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby Perfect for moderate weather, basic needs Great sleeping bag. Purchased to use in Mexico but would keep warm in cooler climates also. Just the righ weight while sleeping and easily able to slip around face if cold while sleeping. Lightweight/compact for travel. March 10, 2015
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