Whether we're cuddling up in the back of the van or resting our eyes at a backcountry campsite, we feel cozy in the Sleeping Bag. This sleeping bag is made with 100% polyester fabric and 100% 250g/©O or 350g/©O hollow cotton filling, warm and soft, so we're kept as comfortable as we would be curled up in our quilt at home.
- 3-4 Season sleeping bag for adults
- Expands as a warm blanket or mat to cover your body
- The bottom can be opened, you can move freely
- Collar zipper loops to prevent the zipper from accidentally opening.
- 86.6 " x 39.4" , larger and wider than ordinary sleeping bags, never worry about turning over in a sleeping bag
- Comes with a 210D oxford compression bag, convenient for backpacking
|100% Polyester 210T Diamond Ripstop;100% Polyester 230T Diamond Ripstop
|100% Polyester 350g/©O
|Sleeping Bag Shape
|16.5x 10.2in/42¢ª 26cm
Well made; lots of fun features (like cinching up the head AND shoulder area); really spacious; nice looking! Its not quite flannel inside but probably a sturdy cotton that feels comfortable. I bought this to sleep in everywhere I go on my first road trip in a year and am relieved to have my own bedding... I gave away the stuff sack - its ridiculously small.... but carry it in an oversized canvas shopping bag. I recommend this if youre looking for a similar use (definitely not good for backpacking, in my opinion).
I am cold natured. Not quite warm enough for me temperature at 40 degrees
I'm a big guy, 6' and almost 300lbs, and I felt very comfortable in this sleeping bag It's not too big that I felt I was losing body heat, and it wasn't so small that I felt wrapped in a cocoon without the positive effects of turning into a slim and trim butterfly...
I do think the photos are a little misleading on the size. The bag comes in a large sack and wont fit in a back pack, but that issue isn't enough to warrant docking a star.
I'm 245 lbs at 6'2 and this bag was spacious for me and kept me warm. I had on extra clothes, so i'm not sure how much the bag insulated by itself. What I did find out is if you bring a small blanket for a pillow that you can turn the sleeping bag over and make a pretty cozy dome with the head area. Fit well on the back of my motorcycle with a simple cargo net with hooks. Not hard to roll back up.