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The perfect match.
Now that you have locked eyes on The North Face's Blue Kazoo Sleeping Bag, prepare yourself for a long-term relationship for three seasons out of the year. This year's model is made with a higher fill count while being 10% more compressible, making this bag a solid choice for longer backpacking trips. Designed with a fitted hood and vaulted foot box for ergonomic comfort that promotes thermal efficiency and a draft collar that prevents heat loss, your bag-mate will keep you warm and snug.
- The North Face's updated classic sleeping bag
- 700-fill down saves weight and packs down small
- Tough nylon made to withstand wear and tear
- Hydrophobic down repels moisture and retains heat
- Draft collar, fitted hoot, and vaulted foot box retain heat
- Pad loops attach bag to pad for comfortable night's sleep
- Item #TNF03Z6
- [shell] 20D nylon ripstop, [liner] 20D nylon taffeta
- 700-fill ProDown
- Max User Height
- [regular] 6ft, [long] 6ft 6in, [extra long] 7ft
- Shoulder Circumference
- [regular] 63in, [long] 64in, [extra long] 65in
- Hip Circumference
- [regular] 59in, [long] 60in, [extra long] 61in
- Foot Circumference
- [regular] 44in, [long] 45in, [extra long] 46in
- Bag Length
- [regular] 78in, [long] 84in, [extra long] 89in
- Draft Tube
- Pad Retainer
- Fill Weight
- [regular] 1lb, [long] 1lb 1oz, [extra long] 1lb 3oz
- European Norm Comfort Rating
- European Norm Lower Limit Rating
- Storage Sack
- Stuff Sack
- Stuff Size
- 9 x 17in
- Claimed Weight
- [short] 2lb 1oz, [regular] 2lb 2oz, [long] 2lb 5oz, [extra long] 2lb 7oz
- Recommended Use
- backpacking, weekend camping
- Manufacturer Warranty
What do you think about this product?
June 8, 2020
Looks like I murdered a duck in my tent
- I've used it several times
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 6` 2"
I've had this bag for about 2 years and have only taken it on a spattering of overnights, mostly in the rockies and more recently the sierra nevada. My first issue with it is that it has never been able to keep up with it's temp rating and on more than a few occasions I've woken up freezing despite wearing mutiple layers as a precaution. I sleep a little cold so this wouldn't be enough for a 2 star review but my real issue is that the bag sheds feathers like Icarus flying into a supernova. If it was due to a localized stitching defect or a hole, that would be understandable but it seems to be coming through all the stitches which leads me to just think it's a poorly made bag.
November 23, 2018
True to temperature Rating.
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
The Blue Kazoo sleeping bag is very good for the relatively inexpensive price. I used this in fall at high elevation (Uinta Mountains) with snow on the ground. 22 degrees at night and I was almost too warm. Good product..
May 10, 2018
18 Nights and Counting
- I've used it several times
This bag has been perfect for the 18 nights spent in it-- only one in the snow, but it stayed warm inside my bivy. The thing that really drew me to the Blue Kazoo was the touch of the fabric, it just feels like all the frills have been removed and distilled into a solid bag. I do find myself zipping the outer fabric into zippers frequently as it has a very fine feel and slips in and out of the teeth easily
February 25, 2020
What are the official temp ratings (EN) for this bag?