Bundle Monster Cool Weather Camping Sleeping Bag for 3 Seasons (Spring, Summer, Fall) – Blue – Adults

April 29, 2015 - Comment

Ideal for 3 season cool weather (Spring, Summer, Fall) camping. The Bundle Monster large sleeping bag is durably constructed of a polyester cover with a soft, 190T pongee lining and 3lbs of thermo insulation keeps you comfortable throughout the night and it measures 29.5″ x 86.6″ (W X D), meant to fit taller campers up

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Ideal for 3 season cool weather (Spring, Summer, Fall) camping. The Bundle Monster large sleeping bag is durably constructed of a polyester cover with a soft, 190T pongee lining and 3lbs of thermo insulation keeps you comfortable throughout the night and it measures 29.5″ x 86.6″ (W X D), meant to fit taller campers up to 6’2″ tall . A unique scoop shape creates a comfortable headrest, keeping your head and pillow off the ground. Surface constructed of waterproof material – keeping you dry. This sporty camping sleeping bag is constructed with features that keep you warm and comfortable, such as: Zip Plow: Prevents zipper snags by plowing fabric away from zipperRoll Control: Locks bag in place for easier rollingFiber Lock: Prevents insulation from shifting, increasing durabilityThermo Lock: Reduces heat loss through the zipper, keeping you warmerCertified Temperature Rating: Independently tested for temperature accuracyZipper Glide Tailoring: Allows smooth zipper operation around the cornerComfort Cuff: Surrounds your face with softness

Product Features

  • Cool weather sleeping bag designed for temperature 32F~+ 46F~ + 59F~ (0C~+8C~+15C~)
  • ThermoLock: Reduces heat loss through the zipper, keeping you warmer. Certified temperature rating independently tested for accuracy.
  • Zipper Glide Tailoring: Allows smooth zipper operation around the corner. ZipPlow: Prevents zipper snags by plowing fabric away from zipper.
  • Fiberlock prevents insulation from shifting to keeping you warm throughout the night. Outer surface material is waterproof.
  • Refined compression bag saves space. Roll Control: Locks bag in place for easier rolling. When unzipped, it can spread out to be used as a quilt (74in x 59in)

Comments

Brad says:

Good Bang For The Buck… This is a decent entry-level sleeping bag for those that may be on a budget. Though I own a much pricier, higher-grade North Face expedition weight bag, as well as a lighter weight Kelty 3-season sleeping bag, I was curious to see how well this one was for the price….so, I took the plunge and purchased it through Amazon. Size and Comfort: First off, for the price, it’s certainly well-constructed in the type of material it uses. The bag does well as far as being water-resistant (e.g. – little drops of water on it here ’n there), but no more than that…. meaning, it’s not going to be waterproof.The zipper seems ok, as long as you use proper care when zipping and unzipping your bag, being cautious not to snag the fabric. There are two seperate sets of zipper points….one that runs the full side length of the bag, and another that runs along the bottom. It is not one continuous zipper line that traditional rectangle-style bags tend to use.It’s fairly light in…

Eric says:

Lightweight Hiking! 0

Inna says:

It’s a great bag for its purpose. „Pillow“ part is my only issue. We bought 2 of these bags for our 3 day hike in early August in Northern NH. I’m 5’8″ and my husband is 6’3″. Bags are long and roomy enough to provide a very nice sleeping. There was no problem whatsoever in the tent – nights were warm enough – about 52 – 64F and bag allowed enough warmth and an option to easily open up to cool down. First night was rainy and we had to keep tent all close against that rain. Tent’s inside got a little of accumulation and bags were slightly dump. In fact, preceding day was very rainy and my bag got somewhat wet right in my backpack. Despite that it was cozy and warm to sleep in. And it dried out in no time for next night. My only complaint is headrest/pillow part – there is no string to tighten this upper part around head/shoulders area. Our second night was in Appalachian leanto structure and night was much colder – 48F or something. Bag still was warm enough but without tightening upper part head and neck was uncomfortably cold – had to put…

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