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Eureka! Silver City 30-Degree Mummy Sleeping Bag

by Eureka

Price: $95.16 - $99.90
Blue/Sivler
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  • Lightweight, mummy-style sleeping bag rated to 30 degrees F
  • Trapezoid-contoured foot box that won't constrict your feet
  • Shell material: 66D / 230T StarGaze Polyester Ripstop, 66D / 210T Polyester Taffeta
  • Warm-to-touch peached polyester lining.
  • Inside stash pocket, exterior pillow pocket; includes compression stuff sack

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Product Description

Product Description

Rated to 15 degrees Fahrenheit, the Eureka Casper mummy-style sleeping bag is designed for those users who want the ultimate lightweight compact bag at a great price. It features a bag-within-a-bag design, which keeps cold air from the outside from getting through and warm air on the inside of the bag from escaping. The inner layer of the bag is cut smaller than the outer layer to create a consistent thickness of insulation throughout the bag, which prevent thermal leaks from forming. The trapezoidal foot section is angled to allow for the foot's natural sleeping position. It has a fully adjustable contoured hood. Other features include a two-way, self-repairing zipper, inside stash pocket, exterior pillow pocket, and compression stuff sack.This sleeping bag is filled with Eureka's proprietary Rteq fiber fill, which provides maximum warmth with the lightest wieght and most compact stuff size. Rtyeq fiber fill is a blend of four different fiber each chosen for it's properties related to loft, compactness, thermal perofmance and durability. Rteq is the best fill availible when examining the performance to price relationship

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Sleep tight and travel light in Eureka's definitive three-season bag. It's warm and featherweight light, weighing in at only two pounds, one ounce. This bag is rated to 30 degrees Fahrenheit, with single-layer quilt construction with floating shell, a fully adjustable contoured hood, a differential cut, and draft tube. The comfortable liner features an inside "stash" pocket for personal gear, an external pillow pocket to keep your pillow in place, and an ergonomic trapezoidal footbox for extra comfort. The Silver City comes with a compression stuff sack.

Features:

  • Single layer quilt construction with floating shell
  • Fully adjustable contoured hood
  • Differential cut
  • Draft tube
  • 210T polyester taffeta liner
  • Inside "stash pocket" (MP3 player not included)
  • External pillow pocket
  • Trapezoidal foot box
  • 210T polyester diamond ripstop shell
  • 2-way, self-repairing zipper
  • Compression stuff sack included

Specifications:

  • Zipper Side: Right
  • Insulation: Rteq
  • Temp Rating: 30 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Dimensions: 82 by 32 by 21 inches
  • Fill Weight: 1 pound
  • Carry Weight: 2 pounds, 1 ounce


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  • ASIN: B000RUL6VU
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #452,790 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

I can connect and zip up but then the end comes undone and unzips.
Michael Henry
The 30deg rating might be a bit optimistic, but if you use a sleeping pad underneath and don't sleep almost naked, I think you can pull it off.
Sarah from NY
I tested this bag on a 38 degree night and was just slightly cooler than I'd like, but I slept well.
K. Lantzy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Bike Camper on December 27, 2008
I've owned this bag for a 7 months now and have spent about 7 nights in it. My camping was in the rocky mountains above 9,000 ft. Overnight temps were 24 to 32 degrees. I slept in brief underwear and a t-shirt because I forgot to pack long-johns. The bag is rated down to 30 degrees. I think that's a little optimistic. I admit camping in a Eureka Timberline 4 tent in slightly below freezing temperatures was a bit chilly. I didn't freeze, but it was not toasty. It did keep me awake somewhat. I use this bag for motorcycle camping. It IS very light weight and I totally agree with the previous reviewer stating it packs up very small about the size of a loaf of bread. The compression straps work great. The bag seems VERY thin, but I'm sure at temps of 40 and above it's a great bag and all you need, or pack some good quality long johns or perhaps put a lightweight "fleece" bag inside this bag at below freezing temps. I own 3 other bags I use in Alaska at temps down to -40 all of which are way too hot for summer camping even at 24 degrees. I highly recommend this compact, lightweight bag for temps 40 and greater.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By K. Lantzy on September 17, 2009
This is a great backpacking bag. I purchased the long version, which is actually pretty big. I am 6'2" and probably should have got the regular length, because having the empty space at my feet causes some cool spots (to remedy this I shove extra clothes in the bottom of my bag) but if you like to bury yourself deep in your bag, the long one might be for you. It's lightweight and compact when compressed. I prefer synthetic fill to down, because synthetics still insulate even when wet

As with most bags, the 30 degree rating means you will survive a 30 degree night. It also depends if you are a warm or cold sleeper. I tested this bag on a 38 degree night and was just slightly cooler than I'd like, but I slept well. I use this with a mummy liner on cooler nights, and it is fantastic.

I give 4 stars because there is better out there but you will have to fork out the bucks for them!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Consumer on April 30, 2009
Color Name: Blue/SivlerSize Name: Regular
Even though this says long, the merchant screwed up and sent me a regular bag. That being said, it worked fine. I am 5'10" 215lbs, and had no problems with this bag. It is very light-weight and kept me warm... too warm in fact. Temps dipped down into the 40's and I had to open it a little to keep from over-heating. I was very surprised to get such solid performance from something that weighed so little and took up so little space when packed.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. Sky on August 23, 2009
Color Name: Blue/SivlerSize Name: Regular
Simple and small when all packed up, this bag is very warm. I was shocked to see that it didn't have very much loft when fluffed out, but is still quite warm, at least as warm as the 30 degree rating. remember to take a good sleeping pad with you or a thinner bag like this will bleed even more of your body heat into the ground than a normal bag! I recommend just for summer.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 23, 2008
Color Name: Blue/SivlerSize Name: Regular Verified Purchase
The bag was compact - it packs down to something a bit bigger than a loaf of bread- yet had a decent temp. rating and enough wiggle room for a mummy bag. I liked the pillow pocket feature and the colors (blue and silver.) A slight downside was the zip does not extend the full length of the bag- it goes to about 3/4 length. It is probably a summer summer that could also extend into fall or spring. Due to the cool summer we were having it kept me warm through the night.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Pdubja on March 1, 2013
Color Name: Blue/SivlerSize Name: Long
The best part about this bag is how small it packs up and when opened up it feels like nothing is there. What most folks dont understand is the rating system on bags and therefore you see some negative reviews. They advertise this as a 30 degree bag and I'd safely say that for most folks this should be interpreted as a 40 degree bag. Meaning "Comfortable nights sleep" at that temperature. If it does dip down to 30, then you will sleep uncomfortably and probaby wake occasionally or shiver from time to time. It also makes a difference if you use a good thermal pad under you, not just a lame air mattress that offers no insulation. If you know you would be camping in temps that would reach the 30 degree mark or a tad under, then pack a fleece liner. For me it makes the most sense to combine this with the fleece liner because if the temps are too high, I just use the fleece liner. If it is going to get down to 30 then I combine the bag with the fleece liner and am toasty. If its 40-60 then I just use the Silver City bag by itself.
I picked up two of these bags for $50 each and am quite pleased with them. It has been the best bang for the buck of any sleeping bag in my 40+yrs of camping.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By George on March 25, 2012
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I've own this sleeping bag for 3 years and let me say that this is a great buy. I've taken it on multiple backpacking trips with me on superior hiking trail in Northern Minnesoat. Its a great light weight bag that compacs very small with the compression straps, it packs as small as a loaf of bread (just like other reviewrs have said). During the summer its a great bag, heck it even makes you sweat, but the bag does great in temps around 30 degrees. I was hiking on northern MN during late fall and the temp at night would get as low as 32 degrees. I brought along a pair of good long johns, and i sweated at night beacuse i was so warm. This bag even keept me warm when wet, i didn't even feel the water around the bag. I highly recommend this bag to anyone and glad with the purchase, worth every penny. Im shocked that REI does not sell this item for how great it is. Case in point a great bag for backpacking, i was so happy with the first one that i even got another one.
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