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Suisse Sport Adventurer Mummy Ultra-Compactable Sleeping Bag

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  • Extra-small sleeping bag designed for size- and weight-conscious hikers
  • Standard adult sleeping bag designed for size and weight-conscious hikers
  • 100-percent polyester ripstop linings; double-layer construction
  • 700-gram Micro Tekk.7 microfiber insulation; full chest baffle
  • Draft tube and utility pocket; weighs 2.9 pounds in the stuff sack
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Product Description

Suisse Sport Adventurer Standard Adult size ultra compact sleeping bag is a lighter weight packable sleeping bag, comes with a compression storage sack that can compact to 12 x 7 x 7 making this your favorite packable sleeping bag. Measures 29.5 by 84.5 inches (W x L) when open designed for weight conscious hikers, bikers, and campers. Double layer construction is offset to prevent cool spots in the bag. Lowest Temp rated to 30 degrees in ideal dry conditions. Ideal comfort range is 40-55 degrees, The best selling Suisse Sport sleeping adult sized sleeping bag. Suisse Sport makes many sleeping bags including a Adventurer XL which is longer and wider on the top.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B007Z0H61O
  • Item model number: SSASB-1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (904 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #320 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Kept me comfortable on 40 degree nights.
Brian
The bag comes with built in compression straps which makes it easy to get this bag to pack down really small.
Allen D. Noble
Closed zipper separated along the side of the bag and I was unable to get it to zip up again.
StefanH

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

859 of 868 people found the following review helpful By dnicely on September 22, 2009
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I decided to give this a try even though I could not find any information on the web about them.
The short version is, this is an excellent bag and you would have to spend over $100 to get a better one.

its well made and so far has been very warm in sub 50'F temps. I would not hesitate to use this at its 30' rating. It has all the same features as the rest of the bags on the market. Its comfy and very light, Although I would not really call it ultralight, but since it compresses down so small, it fits my needs just fine.
the guy holding it in the picture must have massive hands! its not quite that small unless you spend an hour compressing it.
But, Its small enough just by stuffing it into the compression sack and synching up the straps, I can fit this, with the rest of my gear into my 3000ci pack. So I really don't care if its half a pound heavier than the $100 bags.

The compression straps are slightly different than the photo. But otherwise, The description on amazon is accurate.

I had no problem getting the bag back into the stuff sack and I was not afraid to pull as hard as possible on the compression straps. Although I found that its not necessary to compress it very much, Its good to know Its built well. If you really wanted to save another ounce or two, you could do away with the compression straps alltogether.
Once in the stuff sack, it only measures 14x7 then it only compresses down to 12x7 (maybe smaller)

UPDATE: (10-4-2010)
I've had this bag over a year now and used it more than a dozen times in various situations and conditions. The more I use it, the more I love it.

The coldest I've used it was lower 30's on a boat. The temp inside the boat was maybe 34.
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262 of 272 people found the following review helpful By Brant Copen on April 8, 2010
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I have owned this bag for almost a year now. I have taken it on countless trips (countless equals 10 to 20) including Sedona, the Grand Canyon, the Superstition Wilderness, and Coon Creek. I have used it in temperatures ranging from 28 to 70 degrees F. I have kicked it, squished it, sat on it, soaked it, and covered it in campfire sparks and so far it shows no sign of wear.

It is a very light, small bag; though not as small as the picture makes it seem (look at the customer pictures to get a better idea). It takes some effort to get it into the stuff sack - usually takes about five minutes. It is very light; I think the Amazon description is right about the weight.

This bag did not keep me comfortable below 40 degrees F, though at 40 and above it was quite nice. I ended up getting a silk liner for it, and that made it tolerable down to 28, though it was still a little chilly. The zipper, collar, and hood configuration are convenient and comfortable, but the zipper does stick sometimes. One of the best features about this bag is its ability to dry. My camelback bladder emptied into my pack once at the beginning of the day and completely soaked everything inside. When I took out my bag at night, I was devastated because it was 35 degrees and the wind was howling like mad. I turned it inside out and hung it on a tree and it was dry in less than five minutes! It was awesome.

In summary, this bag is a little bigger than the Amazon description, the zipper sticks sometimes, and by itself it's only good down to 40 degrees; however, it is very durable, comfortable, lightweight, and super cheap. Definitely recommended.
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302 of 326 people found the following review helpful By Colin R. Petty on January 21, 2010
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The sleeping bag itself is great. Its tall, it cinches around your face, it has a pocket inside with a zipper, it's warm, it's light.

BUT, as soon as I got it, I took it out of the box and saw that it wasn't compressed. I wanted to show my sister how the compression sack worked but as I started to pull on the second strap, the cheap plastic buckle snapped into 3 pieces. I couldn't believe it. I was leaving on my trip in a week and had no time to return it for a new one. I just tied that strap into a knot and it seemed to work alright.

So, #1 great bag

#2 cheap plastic buckles that break when you pull on them

My recommendation is to get the bag because it's great but when compressing, pull slowly a little at a time on each strap as you turn the bag. If you do that, it really does get as small as the picture.

Oh, and you don't have to roll up the bag to get it in the sack. Just jam it in, it works without a lot of effort.
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95 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Brian T. Alexander on January 7, 2010
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This product is just what i have been looking for. I am an avid MTN climber and hiker. The image on amazon is the exact same as the product I received. It is very well made, it really is as small as the picture. Before purchasing this product i read all the reviews as you are now. i have already recommended this product to a couple of my friends and my dad. i bought this bag because of its low costs compared to comparable bags of $250 or more. you definitely get your moneys worth. i have had no problems getting the bag back into the compression sack and making it as small as the picture. it fits into my 3400 just like i wanted. as for warmth it suits my needs just fine. the 30 degree rating is accurate. i am planning on using this bag on my trip to climb Ben Nevis in scotland this winter. it is made in the USA if that concerns you. the materials are top notch. however if you are planning on using the bag at 0 degree temps i would recommend you get a silk or better, a merino liner. another neat trick is to crack open a few hot hands body warmers and toss them into the bottom of the bag (2 should do it). this gives you the extra heat output to keep you toasty through the night. I am 152 lbs 5',10'' athletic build. the bag is light weight but as others have said i would not call it Ultralite. hope this helps.

-brian

After owning this product for over three years now, I wanted to come back and add to the review. This bag is still the best bag for the money that I'v purchased. I still use it on nearly every outdoors trip I take. Its literally travelled the world with me now. From sailing to the barrier islands off the Mississippi coast to Turkey, to Scotland, to the woods, to kayaking adventures. The stitching is still in the same condition as when I bought it.
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