- Multifunctional Design: This sleeping bag features a three-layer structure with a detachable double-layer blanket, allowing you to adjust the temperature as needed. The sleeping bag itself has 250g of insulation, and the double-layer blanket adds an extra 150g. Both the sleeping bag and blanket can be used separately.
- Convertible Blanket: The blanket can also function as a single-person sleeping bag.
- Envelope Style with Hood: Keeps your head warm and snug.
- Comfortable Material: Made of polyester cotton, it provides a soft yet sturdy feel, with moisture-wicking and breathable properties that prevent static.
- Durable 210D Oxford Fabric Bag: The storage bag is resistant to wear, water splashes, and built to last.
|100% Cotton Flannel
|Sleeping bag:100% 250g/m2 Hollow Cotton;Blanket: 100% 150g/m2 Hollow Cotton
|Sleeping Bag Shape
|(220+30) x 80cm/(74.8+11.8) x 31.5in
|45 x 27 x 27cm/17.7 x 10.6 x 10.6in
I've been waiting for a suitably cold night to really test this sleeping bag out, but at this point I'm not sure that's going to happen this season. It's certainly plenty warm in the 50-degree nights we've been getting.
I like the flexibility of being able to zip out the liner. It's spacious, too - I'm 6'1" and I still have plenty of room. At 7 pounds it's not going backpacking with me, but my expensive ultralight backpacking sleeping bag doesn't feel as nice to sleep in and isn't nearly as durable. The King Camp bag is going to be my go-to sleeping bag for car camping, though.
There are a lot of zippers and it gets a little confusing in the dark, and I've managed to jam one of the zippers but not badly - the material is thick enough that it doesn't easily get stuck in the zipper teeth.