BonnieLasswrote a review of Therm-a-Rest Mira HD Sleeping Bag: 27 Degree Down - Women's on March 24, 2016
Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I'm 5'7", 150#, 40" hip, so I went with the long. The bag didn't feel particularly long to me... When I snug the hood the drawstring at the top of the face opening hits me uncomfortably right on the bridge of my nose. If you're truly 6 ft tall, this might feel too short.
This is a generous mummy bag side-to-side. I had enough room to lay on my side with my knee drawn up toward my chest although I felt like my butt was compressing the down and might have gotten cold. With the bag attached to a pad you can squirm around pretty easily inside.
The toe-warmer pocket is a great little features that every bag should have.... it's basically a tongue of down-filled fabric attached on the sides and top of the bag. It's great if you're a back sleeper and/or if you don't attach the bag to a pad so that when you curl up on your side you're also sleeping on the side of the bag leaving your toes in the toewarmer pocket. But if you prefer the bag attached to a pad, when you roll onto your side or stomach it's no longer possible to tuck your toes into the pocket because the opening is still facing up. And your face in no longer in the hole for the hood of course... but no one has resolved that problem for me.
The bag is a nice bright red, with a silky feel inside and out. It has 3 pairs of loops to attach a liner if you want to.
If you're looking for a less constricting mummy bag, this is a great choice. I won't ever own another bag that doesn't attach to the pad since I roll around too much and end up on the tent floor. But, this bag ultimately didn't work out for me because the hood fit uncomfortably and it's just a tiny bit too snug for me to really sprawl out in it. Also, really bugs me that it only comes in left zip (unlike most women's bags), since my hubby's is also left zip (like most men's tall bags) so one of us has to have our zipper toward the other person instead of toward the tent wall/door.