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The North Face Dolomite Sleeping Bag: 20 Degree Synthetic

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    • Cosmic Blue/Zinc Grey
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    Old school cool.

    Just because you've retired your external frame backpack, doesn't mean you have to give up on the practicality and comfort of a rectangular sleeping bag. Case in point, The North Face Dolomite 20 Degree Synthetic Sleeping Bag strengthens your argument with its rugged ripstop exterior and Heatseeker Eco synthetic insulation. Crafted specifically for cold evenings at the campground or for nights spent car camping, the Dolomite 20F provides ample room for all natural sleeping positions, while the fully wraparound zipper ensures ample ventilation and versatility. So, whether you're utilizing the Dolomite as a blanket or a snooze burrito, it ensures a toasty ride to Dreamtown. 

    • Practical rectangular bag for warm comfort at the campground
    • Ripstop exterior holds up against abuse
    • Toasty synthetic insulation traps precious heat
    • Full-length zipper opens up versatile use
    • Item #TNF03ZH

    Tech Specs

    Material
    ripstop
    Insulation
    Heatseeker Eco
    Shape
    rectangular
    Zipper
    full-length
    Max User Height
    [regular] 6ft, [long] 6ft 6in
    Shoulder Circumference
    [regular] 5ft 6in, [long] 5ft 8in
    Fill Weight
    [regular] 2lb 4.9oz, [long] 2lb 8.6oz
    Degree
    20F
    Stuff Sack
    yes
    Stuff Size
    11 x 20in
    Claimed Weight
    Reg: 3lb 12oz, [long] 4lb 2oz
    Recommended Use
    weekend camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    NF Dolimite 20

      This was my first experience with 'Back Country'. The price was acceptable, ordering process was relitively simple (as it should be). And, shipping was pretty fast. Based upon this one purchase, I'm a satisfied customer.
      I was planning on purchasing another product and literally changed my mind at the very last minute. The reason I changed my mind? Plain and simple, North Face has had a very good reputation. I've known of North Face all my life (I'm 64, now.) and IMHO, the Dolimite 20 bag has some very attractive features for a Sleeping Bag at this price point. Being retired, price always enters into the equation.
      For the past 2-years I've been replacing 25-30 year old camping equipment in preparation for a few Car Camping adventures I'm planning. My ultimate goal is to camp the south and north rims of the Grand Canyon along with a few other excursions. I hope I can accomplish this before old-age and infirmity puts me out of the race.
      Since I have no first-hand knowledge of this sleeping bag (I haven't used it, yet.), I have to rely on the experiences of others. From what I gather, the 20 degree rating is somewhat optomistic. Maybe a 'survival rating'? Based upon InterWeb reviews the Dolimite 20 seems to be at its best around freezing (32* F) and up. My intentions are to supplement this during colder conditions with auxilery thermal protection as needed. I don't know if this is a good plan or not? I guess I'll find out, won't I? Anyway, that's my plan.

      Any thoughts, suggestions and/or comments are gratefully solicited.

      Thanks,

      J.L. Kuhn

      Perfect for taller folks!

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      This sleeping bag is incredibly long. It’s not always convenient to be bundled up in a mummy bag. This allows me to sprawl a bit while out in the wild. The fabric seems sturdy and the down soft. Initial impressions are solid.

      Great!

        I bought this as a gift for my Dad, He was doing a solo trip to go run half marathon in southern Utah as well as biking in UT and CO. It was early fall so temps were going to get colder at night and he has never had a good sleeping bag and I would say that this bag is it. He is 6'3 and the length of the large was perfect, he kept raving about how there was room inside to roll around and be comfortable (important if you move around a lot in your sleep). He never got cold sleeping in his tent . He sent me a pic and it looks like the stitching is coming undone towards the bottom but it was nothing major.

        Overall He Loved it and is pretty proud of it.

        Can you zip two of these together to make a double?

        Hey Natalie, the bag only unzips to lay flat like a comforter but does not completely full zip around all edges. But there is a great double bag version of this bag on our site if that's what you're looking for. Check out the Northface Dolomite Double

        Is this bag a 20-degree bag or a 40-degree bag?
        The URL says 40, but all the other info says 20.