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Grand Trunk Cotton Sleep Sack

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    Whether you need a soft liner for your sleeping bag or a layer of separation between you and those mysteriously stained hotel room sheets, slide into the Grand Trunk Cotton Sleep Sack to obtain the peaceful slumber you deserve. The pillow pocket keeps your head-cushion in place, and the sack packs down small so you'll always have space to bring it along.

    • 100% premium cotton is soft against skin
    • Split sides make for easy entry and exit
    • Top pocket keeps your pillow in place
    • Packs into an included stuff sack for compact transport
    • Item #GTR0020

    Tech Specs

    Material
    cotton
    Dimensions
    84 x 36 in
    Shape
    rectangular
    Degrees Added
    5
    Claimed Weight
    12 oz
    Recommended Use
    travel, warm weather camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    Can I use this as a sleeping bag? I'm on...

    Can I use this as a sleeping bag?

    I'm on a budget and my current 30 degree synthetic won even fit in my pack. I want to use this for summer camping, when I shouldn't be in any conditions colder that 60 degrees. Will it be warm enough?

    Best Answer

    You sure could use it as a sleeping bag, and I have taken just a liner out before, but I prefer to use a really lightweight summer bag instead. This one is on sale right now for less than $50.



    http://www.backcountry.com/alps-mountaineering-razor-fleece-sleeping-bag-liner



    Something like this will give you a little more warmth just in case it gets a little colder. I normally find that unless it is over 70 at night, I like to have a little more than a liner, and a really lightweight summer bag works well for this.