Big and tall design can accommodate most people up to 6-foot 5-inches. Features warm cotton canvas cover, heat-locking flannel liner, and matching flannel pillow. Extra width makes it easy to sprawl out with the bag zipped. Perfect for unzipping and putting on top of a queen size bed. Doesn't have a slick or slippery outer covering. Comfy and cozy for cool nights.
May not be enough insulation in the middle for some. Won't fit inside a regular size washing machine to wash. Odd flap sewn above head could be annoying to some as it flaps in face when sleeping.
"No-Snag" patented zipper plows fabric away from the zipper to prevent snags. "Quick Cord System" makes fastening a cinch without tying. Added "Thermolock System" reduces heat loss through the zippers. Super plush material from top to bottom gives soft, relaxing comfort. Snaps and locks for one-person packing. You won't slide around and get sweaty. Sturdy and comfortable for the casual camper.
Outer shell might be sensitive and rip after time. Feels more like a medium weather sleeping bag, may be too much sleeping bag for some. Might not be suitable for serious campers who need something more heavy-duty.
Brushed polyester cover and Tricot fiber blend liner make bag soft and breathable. "Thermolock" draft tube helps prevent heat loss through the zipper on colder nights, and it unzips at the bottom to provide ventilation on warmer nights. Super comfortable and wide enough to turn on your side while sleeping. Very warm during a 30-degree sleep in the woods. Rolls up easily. Good zipper.
Straps for tying sleeping bag back up are poorly sewn into the seams on the bag. Included sleeve is hard to put sleeping back into. Flannel lining could be too clingy, scratchy, and uncomfortable for some. Inside cloth collects all the dry plant sticks and barbs.
Brushed polyester cover with cozy liner. ComfortCuff provides softness and warmth. ColeTherm insulation keeps you comfortable throughout the night. Has nice cotton lining to keep you warm yet breathable. Zipper opens easily. Extremely comfortable and wide enough to turn around in without getting tangled. Looks good after first wash and fits in front loader washer-dryer.
Big and bulky; hard to get it into a tight roll. Inside is a little rough, as fabric is similar to a fire retardant type of material.
Polyester cover and knit lining. Machine washable. Fiberlock construction prevents insulation from shifting, extending life of sleeping bag. No-Snag patented zipper works like a dream. Good thermal capacity. Can easily be opened fully to use as a comforter and use on top of a bed. Attach another bag to double its size and sleep more than one easily.
Outside fabric is too silky, making bag hard to roll tight and get back into carry bag. Interior lining may bother bare skin. May have slight chemical odor that can't be removed even with washing.
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