TETON Sports Mammoth Queen Size Flannel Lined Sleeping Bag (94″x 62″)

April 29, 2015 - Comment

A truly HUGE family camping bag, the Mammoth easily fits couples and even a child or pet. It’s nearly as big as a queen size bed, with zippers on both sides to get in and out without disturbing your partner. A third zipper on bottom means you can separate the bag into two quilted blankets.

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A truly HUGE family camping bag, the Mammoth easily fits couples and even a child or pet. It’s nearly as big as a queen size bed, with zippers on both sides to get in and out without disturbing your partner. A third zipper on bottom means you can separate the bag into two quilted blankets. Use the side zippers to connect an unlimited number of Mammoth bags.

The Mammoth bag is warm, rated for -18°C/0°F and made with the same construction and materials as highly-rated TETON Sports Celsius series sleeping bags. It contains 11 lbs of SuperLoft Elite 4-channel hollow fiber insulation with double-layer offset stitching. Shoulder baffle cinches up to trap warm air inside the bag. Full-length side draft tubes and Velcro tabs at the top of zippers keep zippers in place and cold air out. Drawstring mummy-style hood. Even includes a massive stuff sack with compression straps. If you stuff rather than roll, we promise the bag will fit.

Product Features

  • Soft brushed poly flannel liner for extra warmth and comfort
  • Two-sided zipper guards prevent snags; two-way zipper allows you to unzip the bag from the bottom up to allow increased airflow
  • Integrated, adjustable mummy-style hood
  • Shoulder baffle and a full length zipper draft tube keep warmth in and cold out
  • 95 inches long x 62 inches wide; 15 pound

Comments

Amazon Customer "Crystal" says:

Very warm and cozy! 0

T. L. Wheeler says:

Fanstastic bag for two adults! Inside is soft flannel, thick and fluffy… very very warm in the Montana mountains. This is our first „two person bag“ and it’s great! My husband is 6’6″ and he is able to fit in it deep enough to cover completely up. It is roomy enough for us both to move and sleep very comfortably. It is warm, and I mean WARM!! We used it on our recent 18 day camping trip through 6 states and very different climates. In Utah, we didn’t even zip it up, it’s so warm just as a blanket type set up. In Montana we did challange it’s warmth factor, zipped up, and still we were toasty all night long. When we fisrt took it out of the stuff bag it comes in it didn’t look like it would fit back in. The trick is to NOT roll it, but just stuff it back in like you would a regular bag. It does fit in the stuff bag, and we stuffed it 18 times on this trip (we move from campground to campground when traveling). the stuff bag has compression straps on it too, but we didn’t really use them since we were taking it out and putting it in the stuff bag so regularly. Now that it’s stored for a…

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