Dannowrote a review of The North Face Snowshoe Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Climashield Prism on December 9, 2010
I've used this bag for a little over a year now for cold weather camping down to 10'F. It is very warm and compressible, without being as vulnerable to moisture or as expenisve as down bags are. At 10'F, I was comfortable all night wearing only baselayers, although I did preemptively "cheat" by throwing a nalgene bottle full of hot water down into the footbox. Gripes: 1)thin shell material easily gets caught in the zipper, 2)stuffing this bag into it's standard compression sack is a struggle. Being mindful of the zipper has more or less fixed the 1st problem, and a bigger, waterproof compression sack solved the second. This bag is way too hot for warm weather, but I thoroughly enjoyed sleeping in it while deployed as long as I kept my tiny room's AC cranked to max.