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Swiss Gear Crevasse 0-Degree Mummy Sleeping Bag (Rust/Orange)


Color Name: Rust/Orange
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  • Measures 34 x 88 inches; filled with 56 ounces of Swiss-Therm elite polyester; rated to 0 degrees
  • High count polyester with cross-dye pattern center outer shell
  • High-count polyester liner
  • Offset quilt construction
  • Fleece-lined foot with vented foot box for comfort
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Product Description

The SwissGear Crevasse mummy-style sleeping bag is built with your comfort and warmth in mind. The large 33 by 84 inch size ensures you'll have enough room to fit comfortably, stay warm, and wake ready to take on the next day's adventures.

Features:

  • Filled with 56-oz. of Swiss-Therm Elite polyester
  • Zero degree temperature rating
  • High-count polyester with cross-dye pattern center outer shell
  • High-count polyester liner
  • Quilted construction
  • Sculpted drawstring hood for added warmth
  • Vented foot area for added temperature control and easy drying
  • Fleece-lined foot area provides added warmth for toes
  • 2-way, self-repairing zipper with anti-snag tape built in
  • 3-inch weatherstrip draft tube to keep the cold air out and the warmth in
  • Insulated 5" shoulder collar keeps you warm and toasty
  • Personal zippered storage pocket to keep keys or other small items secure
  • Durable duffle bag included for easy storage and transport
  • MP3 Player pocket

Specifications:

  • Type: Mummy sleeping bag
  • Size: 33 by 84 inches
  • Temperature Rating: 0 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Stuff Sack Size: 11 by 21 inches

Crevasse mummy sleeping bag Keeping you warm also is a sculpted hood with drawstring, insulated 5 inch shoulder collar and 3 inch weatherstrip draft tube. Our two-way self repairing coil zipper with anti-snag tape offers easy in and out access, without getting caught up in your bag. A personal pocket is right on the top flap for small items that are important to you. All roll up and store into a duffel bag package for safe keeping.

  • ASIN: B001M0O4O0
  • Product Dimensions: 18.7 x 11.5 x 10.9 inches; 7.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.3 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • Item model number: SG11105
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #270,246 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
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    Need more time with bag to determine how small it can be packed into a stuff sack.
    B. Yarger
    The great feature to me is the vented footbox and two cinch areas around chest and then head.
    Patrick Sherman
    Overall i'm very pleased with this bag, it's fluffy, it feels well made and really light.
    Jw81

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    136 of 138 people found the following review helpful By BushCraftEnthusiast on September 21, 2010
    Color Name: Rust/Orange Verified Purchase
    Swiss Gear Crevasse 0-Degree Mummy Sleeping Bag (Rust/Orange)

    PRICE

    With a price tag of $48.88 with free shipping this bag is going to be hard to beat.Although the price tag doesn't mean much when your talking
    about something as important as a sleeping bag it's hard to get a product of this caliber with all it's features in this value range. Now I'm not
    about to say that this is the best sleeping bag I have ever used and/or tested but let me just say that it is defiantly worth the money. Trust me
    when I say that this piece of gear could easily sell for at least $150!

    Description

    The description on this page doesn't really offer to much information so I will try to fill in some of the left out information as best I can. First off
    this bag only comes in orange/rust color. Not that the color really matters but just so your aware of it I thought I would put that down so there is
    no confusion. The Swiss Gear Crevasse 0-Degree Mummy Sleeping Bag is a half zip up style bag. Basically this means that you can't open up
    the bag and lay it flat on the ground. Personally I like this because the added zipper would add wight to the product and might add some unwanted
    air circulation into the bag. It also has a foot cut out for "some" circulation when needed. That is one feature that may go over looked when reading
    the description on amazon but to any person really interested in this bag you should know that. Also what you didn't read (and trust me when I say
    that you will want to know this) there is a closing draw string inside the bag located at the chest area. This makes it even more efficient on 0-25 degree
    nights.
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    18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By T. Ward on January 30, 2011
    Color Name: Rust/Orange Verified Purchase
    As others have mentioned this ships with no stuff sack but at this price I am fine with this and plus many people already have a few stuff sacks anyway. It does come with a little box case for storage to keep it tidy (and keeps pests out) while in storage in your basement or garage.

    I used this bag and it only got down to 29 degrees but I was plenty warm wearing only smart wool socks and some thermals. I did not feel any colder on the right side (zipper side) at all. I plan to use this in some cooler winter weather in the coming days so I will update. Also, I think that a few people commenting on it not being warm enough may not be using the draft tube properly. When it gets really cold you have to tighten the draw string on your chest to trap the warm air in.

    I am 6' 225 pounds and I felt perfectly at home in this bag. (this is important to me as some bags are much too tight for me and I wake up in a panic) Nice roomy hood that you can leave loose if you draw the draft tube shut. If your face gets cold you can cinch the bag so that only your nose and mouth show.

    Pros:
    -The quality and construction of this bag seems exceptional considering the price tag on this bag.
    -It has a vented foot box so that you can use it in warmer weather. This is great for a budget minded person not wanting to buy multiple bags for every occasion.
    -Light weight. 4.5 lbs in the stuff sack. (I posted a picture of it in my own stuff sack to show how small it can pack)

    Cons:
    -Does not stuff overly small. I was able to get it into a stuff sack but it required some patients. I almost didn't even say this because of the price but if you are putting this into a frame pack you may want to consider a different bag. I intend to keep mine and spend a few extra minutes packing it and putting it outside my pack.

    Overall, I am extremely pleased with this bag for fifty bucks. Its easily worth double that.
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    15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By SP on November 21, 2011
    Color Name: Rust/Orange
    I purchased this sleeping bag after reading many of these reviews. However, I still felt very much in the dark as to how it would perform and some of the smaller details. I always had questions after each review...how cold was it? What did you wear while in the bag? Did you sleep on a pad? How big are you? If you find yourself in that same position before making the purchase, hopefully this will help you decide.

    I had several challenges when it came to purchasing a sleeping bag. First of all, I am 6'6'', I weigh 285 lbs., I needed a lightweight sleeping bag for backpacking that went to 0 degrees F., and I also had only $50-$75 for my budget. While you serious backpackers gain your composure from laughing so hard at the impossibility of finding a bag that fits these criteria, I will tell you that this bag reached every one of those marks. On paper this sleeping bag looked great. The other half of the story was how it would perform.

    I went backpacking near Payson, AZ last weekend. There was snow on the ground, the elevation was about 7,500 feet, and we backpacked just shy of 10 miles for the trip. For starters, the bag condensed to a fairly small size and fit nicely on my pack. Of everyone that went on the backpacking trip, my bag was on the small size as far as how well it condensed down and how much space it took up on my external frame pack. It is also fairly light. My entire pack with water weighed 35 lbs, an easy load for someone my size. This bag did not come with a stuff sack so I just used the zippered soft case it was in when I bought it and it worked just fine.

    When I set it up in my tent, I thought it might be way too long for the tent, as it is 88 inches long.
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