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Eureka Wild Basin 0-Degree - Mummy Sleeping Bag

by Eureka!

Price: $59.98 - $84.99
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  • Mummy-style long dimensions 90x34x20 rated to 0 °s with Eureka! ThermaShield insulation.
  • The shell fabric is made of 75D polyester ripstop/68D polyester taffeta with warm to touch 68D Peached polyester lining
  • Full length draft tube w/ anti-snag webbing
  • Fleece pillow pocket and internal pocket.
  • 3lb 14oz of Eureka! ThermaShield insulation

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Eureka Wild Basin 0-Degree - Mummy Sleeping Bag + Eureka! Solitaire - Tent (sleeps 1) + LifeStraw Personal Water Filter
Price for all three: $156.35

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Product Description

Rated to 0° Fahrenheit, the long-sized Eureka Wild Basin mummy-style sleeping bag 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, fleece pillow pocket, and compression stuff sack.This sleeping bag is filled with Eureka's proprietary 7-hole slickened, polyester Thermashield fiber fill, which provides maximum insulation at the best value possible. Each Thermashield fiber strand contains 7 tunnel-like holes that run the length of the strand. Each of these holes traps air inside it's passageway creating dead air space that efficiently retains heat to keep you warm.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B006MQANOE
  • Item model number: EWB-2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #208,384 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rosc on October 26, 2013
Let me begin by mentioning, I have sent a query to Eureka to see what has been updated in this version of the Wild Basin (there is a previous model selling for $20 less, but, there must be some significant changes to justify this price difference. I'll update this review once I have any answer.)

I sent the regular sized bag to my son, who is 6'3 and 270lbs, (the bag specs say it should accommodate up to 6'2) and he says it's just a little tight but it works for him. He said the weight difference for the extra-long, which only gives 4 inches more anyway, is not worth the bother for him.

He said the zipper is much improved over his last Eureka bag. Hopefully it will last a good while for him, as he is using this on a daily basis for extended periods of time (months.)

He likes the pull-down hood and face cover. Now he just needs a balaclava to keep his nose warm :)

These 0 degree bags are excellent at the 20-30f temperature ranges.

Do not expect the "survival rating" of zero degrees to be COMFORTABLE at zero degrees! You may not freeze to death (eg, you'll survive) but you won't be sleeping comfortably. Comfort ratings are highly subjective, so, given a survival rating, calculate at least 30 degrees higher for COMFORT. You can always open the zipper if it's too hot. But no amount of extra clothing is going to make you comfortable if your bag is too cold.

I'll update this review if I hear anything negative about the bag.

For the $66 sale price, this is an excellent cold weather sleeping bag. It is somewhat bulky when packed, but unless you're going to spend $200-300 on Down, you're gonna have to compromise somewhere, either on comfort, or packed size, or weight.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kodey Kolibab on February 17, 2014
Size Name: Long Verified Purchase
I'm 6'5" and had plenty of extra room. Finally nice to have a 0 degree bag that fits me. Lowest temp I got down to was 9 degrees and was super warm. Im right handed and this is a left handed bag but it wasnt a big deal.Only problem is the study sack has cheap buckles.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MacDaNife on January 26, 2014
Size Name: Regular Verified Purchase
Got this for my son whose going into Boy Scouts soon and needed something for the colder nights. It's already had one 20 degree night with no issues. He loves the pillow head area.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Chris on April 27, 2012
Yes it is big and heavy but you will stay warm and dry i was on a camping trip just the other day and we had heavy rain witch turned to sleet and then hail and the ground was already wet and my tent floor because of where i was laying the tent got a little wet inside and under my sleeping bag my sleeping bag on the back was wet but i was still dry and very warm the temp was about 20 some degrees and i only have on long johns and a thermal shirt very please with it now keep in mind i have the Eureka updated Wild Basin
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