As ready as you are for the weekend.
- Rated down to 55° F, this offering is a classic summer-only bag that's designed to save weight and keep you comfortable during warm spells
- Heatseeker synthetic insulation traps warmth, compresses well, and keeps in your body's heat, even if it gets slightly wet
- Overlapping shingle construction helps eliminate cold spots
- Ripstop nylon shell stops tears from turning into big problems
- Internal draft tube, mummy shape, and hood keep warmth next to your body
- Vaulted footbed won't constrict your feet and helps promote circulation to your lower extremities
- Zippered pocket keeps valuables safe and handy
- Nylon stuff sack included
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Nice bag for warm climate
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I live in Costa Rica, very warm climate and thought this bag would work fine here. I wasn't wrong. This bag is thin and perfect for what I needed. As besp168390 says the red color is more like burgundy and the black is more like gray. These came with a compression sack in black/dark blue color attached to the bag so you don't lose it. Very nice.
I purchased 2 bags. Be aware that they are more burgundy than red. They come with a storage sack that acts like a compression sack. Quality build as usual. It's north face what would you expect. I got the regular and I am 6'1" plenty of room. These will make great summer bags when it cools off in the evening. I really got them for our vehicles. They will be great for winter in case of emergencies. They compress to about the size of a regular size coffee can, perfect for storing in the car. The bag is pretty thin so summer time is really the only season u may get away with late spring if u layer.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I love how light this bag is. It makes for a great summer sleeping bag and it is super comfortable.
Can someone tell me what size dry bag would...
Can someone tell me what size dry bag would I get for this sleeping bag? Thanks
Not quite sure what you have in mind in a manufacturer specific dry bag, but the stuff size for this bag works out to 495 cubic inches (a little over 8 liters), so I would go with at least a 10L roll-top dry sack.
Hm. Curious, if I were to get that sea to...
Hm. Curious, if I were to get that sea to summit comp. bag, what size would I need for this bag?
Also, what do the bx and the S1 mean in the title?
Jason, I believe it means that it is a 1 season bag (S1) and it has a stuff sack but no storage sack. It is shipped in a box instead and thus the BX designation. Someone please correct me if I am mistaken.