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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.
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.
Excelent, keeps my Grandson nice and warm when he goes camping with the Boy Scouts.Published 3 months ago by Joseph E. Mont
For the price it was okay but definitley false advertisment as far as "0 degree" goes. I camp and hike a lot and I ended up staying on a mountain over night, temperature... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Deshika Brewer
This thing is big. It packs down fairly small, but you'll need to buy a stuff sack for it. The pack it comes in is enormous and you'd have to be car camping only to find it worth... Read morePublished 11 months ago by T. Bohannon
I love this bag. It is comfortable in cool weather and allows for some movement. It also has a flap that you can unzip for your feet so you don't get too hot in it. Read morePublished 16 months ago by henaryg
Wow, I have had this about a year, very comfortable, light, packs very small and good quality. its a great buy.. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Rick Cruz
I backpacked in Rocky National Park last Dec and the weather was single temps with 40+mph winds. The elevation was just under 10,000 ft. Mills Lake to be exact. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Robert Mateo
So...I went to Yosemite in early April 2012. There were still patches of snow on the ground and our night temperature was going to drop to 22 degrees the forecast said. Read morePublished on November 1, 2012 by Mark A.