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While inside your tent, the 20-degree down Exped DreamWalker 650 Sleeping Bag provides soft, snooze-inducing warmth for cold summer nights in the mountains. Once you wake up, this 750-fill down bag converts into a long jacket for hanging around base camp and sipping hot cocoa.

  • Rated down to 20F, this bag is best suited for cold summer nights in the mountains and shoulder-season or winter nights in milder climates
  • Drawcord at the footbox lets you cinch it up and secure it around your waist so you can walk around wearing the bag like a jacket
  • Tough ripstop nylon outer shell withstands abuse and prevents rips while you cook in camp
  • A center zipper draft tube, adjustable hood, and draft collars around the arm zippers seal you off from exceptionally cold summer weather
  • Double tuck-stitch design sews three layers of fabric beneath the surface for enhanced durability and insulation
  • Horizontal and vertical baffles keep the down in place and prevent cold spots
  • Glow-in-the-dark zipper pulls, a chin zipper guard, and snag-free zippers provide additional camp convenience
  • Included mesh storage bag keeps the down lofty at home, and a fold-n-roll stuff sack packs the bag down to a manageable size
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    Only tried this in the store but it was awesome. Everything exped makes is high quality. Being able to wear a sleeping bag is a big advantage. I have never camped in it so I cant speak to how warm it is but the design is awesome. If they made the shell out of a pertex endurance fabric and changed the colors to one solid color it would be perfect. A more water shell could make it a great saftey item that you could throw around 2 or 3 people in any weather.

    looks like a gimick, but a great bag.

      The reason I did not give 5 stars is the price. $450 is a lot of coin and there are options as good at a lower price. That said, I like this bag a lot. It is roomy, warm, compresses to a loaf of bread size, and the arm holes are a great idea. I don't walk around camp too much in it, but a night-time pee has never been easier or warmer.

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      Anyone tested the 20 degree rating on this? Is the width of the bag an issue staying warm at the limits? I've been wanting this bag for a long time and it's on sale so stoked!