Three-season warmth with womb to move.
- An EN lower-limit rating of 34° F means that this bag is best used for summer trips in the mountains and for three-season use at lower elevations
- HeatSync synthetic insulation compresses well and retains warmth even if it gets slightly wet
- Offset Layer baffles reduce heat loss and cold spots
- Flex stretch construction allows seven to eight extra inches of girth and helps eliminate dead air space inside the bag
- Tough ripstop shell withstands trail abuse and feels soft against your tired body
- A zippered draft tube, adjustable collar, and hood seal you off from chilly summer weather
- Shaped footbox doesn't restrict your natural sleeping position
- A pillow pocket lets you insert a hoody or camp pillow (sold separately) for maximizing your sleepy times
- A zippered chest pocket holds your headlamp for your nightly trip to the designated bush
- Pad Locks hold your sleeping pad underneath so it stays put
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What is the size of this in its stuff...
What is the size of this in its stuff sack?
The 15 degree version comes in at 10 x 18" for it's stuff size. Being that the 30 degree will have less insulation, it should be around 8x15".
Handled a rainy night well.
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I tried this bag out on a very rainy overnight hike recently, I didn't tuck in my tent's ground cloth (accidentally) so I ended up with a puddle by my feet. Overall the bag was warm, I believe it got to the mid 40's (F). It works, it is light weight and it is relatively cheap.
Excellent for side sleepers!
- Gender: Male
This bag was recommended as a good choice for a side sleeper who likes to also move around a lot. That's me. This bag lived up to the hype. I used it on two recent camping trips and have slept the best ever in those settings. Well worth the money, and looking forward to many years of use!