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Compression Sleeping Bag Digital Camo Pattern

 
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CAMP-093
CAMP-093
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  • DESCRIPTION
  • REVIEWS
Stay warm down to 40 degrees without having to transport bulky sleeping bags when you use our mini compression sleeping bag. It's a full size sleeping bag that rolls up to be super compact. Measuring 81" long and 33" wide at the shoulders and 21" at the feet, it compresses to a tiny 6.5"x11" using the included compression stuff sack. 
Total number of Reviews: 6

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4.0 5
"Well constructed. Zipper does not snag like other sleeping bags. I also like the pull strings on the hood."
– lifetime backpaker
5.0 5
"I ordered one of these for survival camping. I carry everything I use on my back so I needed a light bag that doesn't take much space. This bag does the job admirably. I find the bag to be comfortable and light. It crams into the (included) compression bag easily for quick storage. I can't speak for the 40 degrees since it rarely gets that cold where I live and I won't be outside if it does, but I was comfortable at about 55 degrees."
– Qurus
3.0 5
"I disagree with Lifetime backpaker's review. The zipper is cheap, plastic garbage. Also, the pack wasn't nearly as roomy as I had hoped for. I'm 6'1 and 180 lbs, and it's a tight fit for me. I gave it three stars to be nice."
– BlackRock
4.0 5
"Very good sleeping bag. It's nice and comfortable. The storage sack is a bit weird and it's a bit difficult to get the bag into the sack, but it's very good for the price."
– Day
4.0 5
"For this price, you can't go wrong. Great bag for an emergency. It will save your life. Bought three to keep in the car. I'm 6ft 200 lbs, and it fits me just fine. Stuff sack is a tough refit, but can be done. Warmer than a poncho liner. Add a poncho liner or fleece or wool, and it would be OK. Overall, a great bag for a day pack or emergency bag."
– jerry
5.0 5
"BlackRock wrote, \"the zipper is cheap..\".....well we paid $20 for a sleeping bag brother! My sons and I actually use this as an insert liner. We've used it 4 times and have had no issues so far and my oldest son stayed warm at 59 degree's(F) with just the bag (I don't recommend). We also have the jungle bag, which is not quite as warm, but both are almost the same size....almost. It's 28 oz. on our home scale which is not in the description. The compression sack is tight..suck it up and deal with the $20 treasure."
– RAY