Do it right the first time.
When you're building a camping arsenal, you have no desire for a collection of sleeping bags to match your quiver of skis, so you've chosen the Backcountry Montana 0 Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag to cover all your needs. Rated down to 0F, you have no fear of freezing on a cold winter night or a spring trip to high country, but you also know you can bring it on summer excursions and unzip it for a nice padded bed inside your tent. Synthetic insulation lets you take it on a river trip or camp in the Pacific Northwest and still rest easy (or at least warm) if the bag comes into contact with that pesky wet stuff that incapacitates down. It won't pack down to the size of a burrito, but it won't break your bank account, either.
- Backcountry Exclusive
- Synthetic mummy bag for camping with a peace of mind
- Insulation offers warmth even if damp
- Mummy shape designed for efficient heating on cold nights
- Draft collar locks the warmth in and the chill out
- Anti-snag zipper lining makes for hassle-free exit and entry
- Item #BCC007B
- Q & A
Perfect do-it-all sleeping bag
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
From sleeping in 60 degrees to 0 degrees, this is the perfect do-it-all sleeping bag. Yes, it is a little warm at 60 degrees, but the sleeping bag has great zippers so you can easily open it up to increase airflow. It has good length and enough room in the footbox so you aren’t completely a mummy.
The sleeping bag packs down to around 10” by 20”, so it may not be great for backpacking, but is excellent for car camping. The material quality looks and feels great. I’d recommend this sleeping bag for anyone looking for a high quality bag without breaking the bank. Additionally, it is protected by a lifetime warranty by Backcountry.