Why We Built The Groundwork Single Sleeping Bag
We built the restriction-free rectangular Groundwork Single Sleeping Bag for the freedom to pantomime our action-packed dreams or invite our furry comrade in for chilly evening snuggles. The rugged yet soft-to-the-touch material makes us feel like we're in our bed back home, while still holding up against our pup's need to dig to comfort. Whether we're camping in spring's dampness or fall's briskness, the water-resistant finish and lofty, heat-retaining fibers keep us dry and cozy.
- Toasty sleeping bag for weekend camping in the shoulder seasons
- Hollow-fiber synthetic insulation provides reliable warmth
- Rugged, water-repellent material for longevity
- Wrap-around zipper converts bag into quilt-style blanket
- Item #SICZ2FG
- [face fabric] 20D mini ripstop nylon, DWR finish [lining] 20D plain weave nylon
- hollow-fiber synthetic
- Max User Height
- Shoulder Circumference
- Hip Circumference
- Foot Circumference
- Bag Length
- small stash
- Pad Retainer
- European Norm/ISO Comfort Rating
- European Norm/ISO Lower Limit Rating
- Stuff Sack
- Stuff Size
- 16 x 9in
- Claimed Weight
- 2lb 10oz
- weekend camping
- Manufacturer Warranty
- limited lifetime
5 based on 4 ratings
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September 13, 2023
- I've put it through the wringer
- Size Bought:
- 5' 4"
For under $35 this bag is AWESOME. It's worked great for me as a budget bag on backpacking trips, for the price point the weight (a bit over 2 lbs) and size (a bit bigger than a Nalgene) make it a win for me. I've loved using mine on various trips from camping to backpacking to rafting in spring/summer/fall (with colder trips I like using it with a liner, for truer winter trips use a warmer bag), I've bought both my sisters these bags of their own, it's a great deal, sturdy, has a thoughtful velcro cover so doesn't snag your hair (big for long-haired people), is roomy (I'm 5'4, and it fits my sister who is 5'11 well), comfy, and cheap enough I don't feel bad running it on gentle in the wash when needed. Highly recommend it, especially for ballin on a budget, it's your best find.
August 12, 2023
Better than expected
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
For the price we weren't expecting this to be our "go-to" but we were wrong! Bought a few of these for our kiddos and its kept them comfy and toasty on cooler summer/early summer nights here in Colorado!
March 21, 2022
- I've used it several times
- 5' 11"
Lightweight, compact, good back up sleeping bag or one for warmer nights. Zipper took a second to get use to. To unzip it's done from the zipper pull being inside the bag. New to me.
August 3, 2021
Good Summer Bag
- I've used it several times
This is a good sleeping bag for slightly warmer weather. If you're looking at camping in anything cold, a mummy bag would probably be better. It also is a bit on the larger side when rolled up, but nothing too bad to make it not worth recommending.
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September 24, 2021
I'm looking for a roomy/non-restrictive back for car camping--what's the comfort range on this bag?
June 11, 2021
Can two of these be zipped together to make a double bag?
May 25, 2021