Chase Huntzingerwrote a review of Basin and Range Uinta Sleeping Bag: 30F Synthetic on July 6, 2017
Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I took this sleeping bag on a backpacking overnighter recently and I can honestly say that it was the best night of sleep I have ever had outdoors. That may have been influenced by the fact that I was exhausted from the hike in, but this bag was very comfortable. My favorite part of this sleeping bag was the interior material at the head and feet. Other mummy bags I have used in the past have had the same slick polyester material throughout the whole bag, but the Uinta 30 has a material that is more similar to a blanket at the head and feet of the interior of the bag. This is great for keeping you warm where there is the potential to get a little chilly in the night. The sleeping bag can also zip from the top or the bottom, allowing you to open up the foot area in the night if you get a little toasty. I am kind of tall, and was pushing the limits of this bag. I think this bag would be a great fit for somebody who is 6'0 or smaller, but you can still make it work if you are a little taller. The compressed size was fine for backpacking. It doesn't pack down as small as the Basin and Range La Sal 0 Degree Down bag, but it was still up for the challenge. Great job Basin and Range.