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Coleman North Rim 0 Degree Sleeping Bag

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List Price: $66.99
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Green/Dark Gray
Left Side Zipper
  • 100% Polyester with fill 100% Polyester
  • Imported
  • Mummy bag measures 32"x82"; fits most people up to 6'2"
  • 60 ounces of Coletherm insulation keeps you comfortable down to 15º F
  • Diamond ripstop polyester cover with polyester liner
  • Coleman's ComfortSmart Technology ensures a comfortable, durable, high-quality sleeping bag
  • Stuff sack storage
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Product Description

A loaded 0° mummy bag at an unheard of price. The Coleman North Rim 0 Degree Sleeping Bag has all the features you'd expect from a technical sleeping bag.Double batt, offset quilt construction eliminates potential cold spots.Semi sculpted hood surrounds head with warmth.Insulated chest baffle holds heat in the body of the bag.Box foot silhouette fives feet extra wiggle room.Full length, insulated draft tube locks out chilly drafts.2-way zipper for maximum ventilation.Stuff sack included.5 year limited warranty.Commercial Machine washable.

Product Details

Color: Green/Dark Gray | Size: Left Side Zipper
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 11.2 x 10.5 inches ; 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0009PUSO4
  • Item model number: 2000000104
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (289 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,197 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Too bulky for backpacking but great for car camping.
Kravarican
The high temperature during the day has been 24*F with a low of -7*F.......This sleeping bag kept me VERY comfortably warm all throughout the nights.
Tim Nash
I got into my sleeping bag and was nice and warm, and comfortable through the cold night!
dogma

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

298 of 308 people found the following review helpful By youtoo on February 1, 2010
Color Name: Green/Dark GraySize Name: Left Side Zipper Verified Purchase
I bought this bag and took it out backpacking at White Sands National Monument in NM in Jan. A winter storm hit the day before I left and it was COLD out there. I'm not sure of the exact temperature, but I know that it was either high teens or low 20s. My waterbottle and my dog's water bowl both completely froze throughout as did the condensation on the outside of my tent, and my car was a big ice block when I got back to it in the morning. The bag actually did pretty well. I pulled the face hole as tight as I could and just cuddled down inside the bag without sticking my face out (it was too cold if I put my face out). I have Raynaud's disease and my hands/nailbeds often are very cold and turn blue in cold weather from poor circulation, but they were nice and warm inside the bag without extra gloves on. I was impressed by that. Overall I was ok, but not as warm and comfortable as I would have been at home in my own bed of course. It did it's job and kept my appendages warm enough and me alive in what could have been hypothermia conditions without the proper gear. My only real gripe about this bag is that it is huge when it's rolled up. It's too big to fit into the sleeping bag compartment of my NorthFace backpacking pack (so I imagine it's too big for any), and it takes up a very large portion of the pack when stuffed in the only way it will fit. Due to this reason I wish I would have gotten a different bag. It would be great for anyone who is just setting up their tent right next to their car, but not the best choice for a backpacker.
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99 of 102 people found the following review helpful By Peter Piper on March 7, 2010
Color Name: Green/Dark GraySize Name: Left Side Zipper Verified Purchase
First thing, my thanks to others here who took the time to write a review on this product. Those reviews were a big help to me in deciding whether it suited my needs.

As others have said, this isn't a good sleeping bag for backpacking, too bulky. But for people like me, who mostly set up camp near their car/truck, this sleeping bag is a fine choice.

When used in combination with a insulated sleeping pad (I have a Thermorest), the bag can be unzipped and used like a comforter, unless the weather is very cold. Having a big "sock" for the feet makes it easier to stay under the covers. The insulated head cover can be employed in the same way, keeping the head warm while anchoring the covers too. I've now slept under this new bag for four(4) nights, in the way I described, under mild temperatures. It's been very pleasant, the insulation returning my body heat comfortably. I have confidence that this bag would provide sufficient reflective warmth to below 20 degrees, at least.

One note: My new bag needed about twenty-four hours to air out the chemical aromas that were present. So plan on unzipping it and hanging it up for at least half a day, prior to sleeping in it for the first time.
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107 of 114 people found the following review helpful By Andrew M. Gore on February 13, 2010
Color Name: Green/Dark GraySize Name: Left Side Zipper Verified Purchase
I received this bag the day of an over-night "Cold Camp" adventure. I had fears as in the previous year, my prior bag was not up to the single digit temperature task of keeping me warm. Much to my delight as this bag arrived at my work, I found that it was plush, fabric felt nice, and had a good weight to it. I understood that with the lower price of this bag, I wouldn't be getting a 0 degree bag that was as light or as small as my summer bag, and accepted these "issues". After opening the included Coleman carry bag, I knew that it would be a treat to get the bag back in there. Do yourself a favor and pick up a medium sized Compression Sack. This will make travel for you and the bag MUCH easier.

The bag was put to the test that night as the temps dropped rapidly from the teens to the single digits. I was fearful throughout the evening as we cooked our hot dogs and brats. I saw the Coleman North Rim bag sitting beneath my lean-to tarp shelter. I feared how cold it would get, but alas around midnight, as everyone made the slow move to their bags, I hopped in and immediately felt wonderfully comfortable. My chest, head, and feet (as soon as damp socks were removed) warmed up in short order. I couldn't have asked for more. A huge bonus is the bag has a "curtain" that adds some extra insulation between your head and shoulder area. It acted a bit like a pillow for me, and aided in keeping me toasty warm.

Stats on evening:
Bag: Coleman North Rim 0-Degree Mummy
Sleeping Pad: Big Agnes Insulated air core
Tent: NA (Open air lean-to)
Fire: Nice hot coals approximately 6+ feet away
Temperature: 5 degrees Fahrenheit
Wore synthetic long underwear and sweatshirt in sleeping bag.

I can not comment on longevity of this sleeping bag. Been used once, but feel it will last.
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76 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Kevin J. Peterson on September 8, 2011
Color Name: Green/Dark GraySize Name: Left Side Zipper
Before we get into reviews one must remember the most important thing.........this is a $50.00 bag! That being said I think it is the best overall value for a 0' zegree mummy bag that is ideal for a number of uses. I have had an immense amount of camping experiences over the 27 short years I've been around. I am an Eagle Scout and have camped in all sorts of conditions all over the United States and Canada. Now dont get me wrong, this bag will not compare to my $300+ North Face sleeping bag but who wants to take a $300 dollar bag camping with your freinds on a local hike or to go car camping for a weekend? The Northface bag is extremely light and only needed when hiking on long treks where extra weight cannot be tolerated. This bag provides excellent value for several reasons. It is warm enough to take camping anytime of year. I live just outside of Seattle and have used this bag in summer and winter. Although it is not an ideal weight to be packing up and down mountains, it is more than fine for a leasurly hike (1-7 miles) for a night or two. It is just right for my 6'3''-6'4'' frame (although any taller the head covering will not fit). Overall I would rate this bag a 4 star simply for its wide range of uses. Anything from a younger child sleeping over at a friends house to an overnight trip in mid-december, this bag provides the simple basics that a sleeping bag should. Ample warmth, reliable construction and reasonble portability. If you are looking for a moderatly priced but good all around sleeping bag I couldnt reccommend a better bag.

I did not purchase this bag through Amazon. It was at a local Outdoor Emporium for $49.99 and they had one on display. Similar bags to this one on display were $90-$120 and I liked this one more than most of the more expensive bags. Cant go wrong with this if you are looking for just a good ole' simple sleeping bag.
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