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Snug as a bug in a rug.

The North Face Aleutian 4S Bx 0-Degree Women's Sleeping Bag is versatile enough to use on most of your winter and shoulder-season camping trips. Heatseeker insulation and women-specific shaping mean you'll enjoy warmth and comfort without cold spots until temps dip way down.
  • Ripstop nylon construction stops tears from turning into big problems
  • Heatseeker synthetic insulation traps warmth, compresses well, and keeps in your body's BTUs even if it gets slightly wet
  • A full-length draft tube prevents heat from escaping through the zipper
  • Zippered pocket keeps valuables safe and handy
  • Nylon stuffsack included

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5 5

Nuff said!

Yeah, bought it for my Mom. I am now her favorite son!

4 5

SUPER comfy sleeping bag!

I love this sleeping bag! It is SOOOOO soft, and comfortable, and it's also very warm. I can see it being a bit too warm on those 30-40 degree nights, but it's a 0 degree bag, so that's to be expected. Overall, this is a very high quality sleeping bag...and I also love the fact that it is water-resistant. I had a moist water bottle sitting on top of it, and it didn't even leave a water mark at all on the bag. I am 5'5" and the regular length works excellent for me...me feet lant about4-5 inches from the bottom of the bag, and there's also plenty of room for movement in the bag fully zipped, not too claustrophobic. The one downfall I can see would be packing this bag up small...I packed it into the bag that it came with, and it's definitely not getting any smaller, I could barely get it into the 8 x 7.2 x 24.5 inch bag...so probably no way you could get a compression sack for this bag.