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By the time you clean up dinner and organize your campsite, the Sierra Designs Arrow Rock 15 Sleeping Bag and its body-hugging 600-fill goose down has been calling your name for a while. The Tuck Stitch construction eliminates gaps where body heat can easily escape, and the internal and external stretch baffles reduce dead-air space inside without feeling constrictive.

  • Tough ripstop outer shell withstands trail abuse
  • Soft 600-fill down insulation is lightweight, traps heat before it can escape, and retains its loft after repeated compressions
  • Flex baffles stretch to eliminate constriction and allow the bag to move with you at night, yet they improve thermal efficiency by keeping insulation close to your body
  • A zippered draft tube, adjustable hood, and draft collar seal you off from cold
  • Shaped footbox doesn't restrict your natural sleeping position
  • External sleeping pad loops allow you to secure a pad (sold separately) so you don't slide off at night
  • A pillow pocket lets you insert a hoody or camp pillow for maximizing comfort
  • Stuff sack and storage bag included
  • Rated down to 15F, this bag is best suited for spring through fall nights in the mountains or winter nights in milder climates

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Really good bag!

  • Gender:Male
  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

Love this little thang. Very compressible and lightweight. Zipper is a bit difficult at times. I am 6'3" and medium build and got the long. I still have several inches of extra space in the bottom of the bag--perfect for storing items through the night that you don't want to get too cold (like your water or a camera). The bag is not rigid and you can move well in it. From my experience, I would rate it down to 25 degrees F for staying warm through a cold night.