Comes in a variety of colors, with several different temperature ratings. Soft flannel lining. Zippers on both sides allow you to get in and out easily. High-quality materials make it very durable. Comfortable and warm.
It is a bit of a chore to wash, and once wet it can take quite a while to dry (think days, if you're just hanging it up). On the expensive side.
Great value. Insulation is very thick, comfortable, and warm. Lightweight but very roomy. Comes with two pillows. Can be split into two singles.
Some buyers note that the zippers can unzip themselves during the night and let in the cold.
Lightweight and comfortable, with a silky inner lining. Comes with two pillows. High-quality and durable. Very water-resistant. Can be separated into two separate bags.
Hard to get the sleeping bag back into its storage bag. Material seems very thin, with little insulation.
Roomy and warm. Inside fabric is soft and comfortable. Washes nicely and dries quickly. Fits back into the bag well, and the compression feature lets you further compact it.
Despite the compression option, this bag is still very large and heavy, making it not the bag you want to haul around on a long hike. Some buyers report quality issues, particularly in the seams.
Several colors and a couple of different temperature ratings are available. Very soft, inside and out, making it a very comfortable sleeping bag. Holds warmth well.
Large and heavy, this option is not one to pack if you're planning on backpacking any significant distances. The sleeping bag does not easily go back into the sack that it came with.
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