Don't let the cat out of the bag.
The 20 Degree Cat's Meow Sleeping Bag is The North Face's lightest and most compressible synthetic bag for backpacking in moist conditions. Its Cyclone construction wraps Heatseeker Pro insulation continuously around the bag to maximize your warmth and maintain a lightweight, compressible design to reduce the weight you're hauling on your back by day.
The shaped hood and draft tube help this mummy bag block out cold, whipping gusts, and the pad retainer loops attach to your sleeping pad so you never toss and turn onto the cold, hard ground. Plus, when the sun rises to say hello once more and it's time to move to the next site, the included compression and storage sack easily transport your bag while saving space in your pack.
- The North Face's lightest and most compressible synthetic bag
- Heatseeker Pro is wrapped in Cyclone construction for weightsavings
- Pad loops for attaching this bag to a sleeping pad
- Draft collar prevents heat loss and boosts comfort
- Compression sack and storage sack makes transport a breeze
- Item #TNF02BQ
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Rolled it out and checked it out before our first upcoming trip. Warm and comfy, but bought it because it's definitely a packable bag for the long hike.
Great 3 season bag
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This bag is perfect for most conditions, really any condition you would "camp" in, otherwise it is called an expedition!
More like Lion's Roar
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have been using this bag for nearly a decade, and it still performs like the day my father got it for me. This bag has been with me on numerous campouts; from desert excursion, to mountain backpacking, and it has done the job every time. One downside is that it is not the most packable bag, but it still can stuff down pretty small, just tends to be a tad on the heavy side. The mummy shape of it is quite loose, and even though I am a side-sleeper this bag does not bunch up when I move at night. The hood feature has saved me many a time at night when it gets cold, and I can just pull that down and keep warmth in. The temp rating on this is accurate; it does tend to get a bit chilly when the temperatures drop a bit below freezing. Even in the summer months this is a nice bag to use, being breathable and able to zip open real nice. Over-all this has been a great sleeping bag, and I would recommend to anyone looking for a reliable general sleeping bag.