Best Choice Products® Mummy Sleeping Bag 5F/-15C Camping Hiking With Carrying Case Brand New

April 29, 2015 - Comment

This envelope-style sleeping bag is light-weight and can keep you warm at your camp site after a day of hiking and climbing. It’s great for use in cabins and camping tents outdoor in temperate conditions. It’s made of 210T Nylon, waterproof, 2 x 200G M2 hollow fibre and has a side zipper for easy entrance.

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This envelope-style sleeping bag is light-weight and can keep you warm at your camp site after a day of hiking and climbing. It’s great for use in cabins and camping tents outdoor in temperate conditions. It’s made of 210T Nylon, waterproof, 2 x 200G M2 hollow fibre and has a side zipper for easy entrance.

FEATURES: Carrying bag with adjustable straps; 210T Polyester; Weatherstrip for keeping warm; Lining: 190T Nylon; Filling: 2 x 200G/M2 Hollow Fibre

SPECIFICATIONS: Rating: -15°C/5°F; Overall dimensions: 28″ x 84″

Product Features

  • Waterproof
  • 210T Polyester
  • Carrying Bag
  • Overall dimensions: 28″ x 84″

Comments

Robert M. DuMond says:

Beware of the difference between comfort and survival temperature ratings! 0

Kris says:

Has issues but not bad 0

travis says:

Performs in extreme conditions conditions When I saw the price and the temperature rating I was a bit suspicious. I decided to go with it regardless. I took this on a fall backpacking trip. It’s a bit bigger than I’d like it to be. I bought a better compression sack for it, and I saved the compression sack that came with it, as it works great for storing my clothes and sleeping bag liner. I was able to fit it in my pack with plenty of room. The temperature got below freezing into the upper 20F’s. I actually got warm enough to remove my liner and shed a layer. That said, I get cold easily.Later this same fall I took this bag out into an early winter overnight trek. Temperatures dropped to near 0F in the frigid north country of Wisconsin. I was unsure how the bag would fare in such cold weather, as the temperature was below that of the rating. Mind you that in early November(when I was out) the temperature is typically 20F higher than it was this night. I put my fleece liner in my back, I slept with my undercoat,…

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