Bundle Monster Cool Weather Camping Sleeping Bag for 3 Seasons (Spring, Summer, Fall) - Grey - Adults
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- Cool weather sleeping bag designed for temperature 32F~+ 46F~ + 59F~ (0C~+8C~+15C~)
- ThermoLock: Reduces heat loss through the zipper, keeping you warmer. Certified temperature rating independently tested for accuracy.
- Zipper Glide Tailoring: Allows smooth zipper operation around the corner. ZipPlow: Prevents zipper snags by plowing fabric away from zipper.
- Fiberlock prevents insulation from shifting to keeping you warm throughout the night. Outer surface material is waterproof.
- Refined compression bag saves space. Roll Control: Locks bag in place for easier rolling. When unzipped, it can spread out to be used as a quilt (74in x 59in)
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Ideal for 3 season cool weather (Spring, Summer, Fall) camping. The Bundle Monster large sleeping bag is durably constructed of a polyester cover with a soft, 190T pongee lining and 3lbs of thermo insulation keeps you comfortable throughout the night and it measures 29.5" x 86.6" (W X D), meant to fit taller campers up to 6'2" tall . A unique scoop shape creates a comfortable headrest, keeping your head and pillow off the ground. Surface constructed of waterproof material - keeping you dry. This sporty camping sleeping bag is constructed with features that keep you warm and comfortable, such as: Zip Plow: Prevents zipper snags by plowing fabric away from zipperRoll Control: Locks bag in place for easier rollingFiber Lock: Prevents insulation from shifting, increasing durabilityThermo Lock: Reduces heat loss through the zipper, keeping you warmerCertified Temperature Rating: Independently tested for temperature accuracyZipper Glide Tailoring: Allows smooth zipper operation around the cornerComfort Cuff: Surrounds your face with softness
Top customer reviews
Size and Comfort: First off, for the price, it's certainly well-constructed in the type of material it uses. The bag does well as far as being water-resistant (e.g. - little drops of water on it here 'n there), but no more than that.... meaning, it's not going to be waterproof.
The zipper seems ok, as long as you use proper care when zipping and unzipping your bag, being cautious not to snag the fabric. There are two seperate sets of zipper points....one that runs the full side length of the bag, and another that runs along the bottom. It is not one continuous zipper line that traditional rectangle-style bags tend to use.
It's fairly light in weight at around 3 pounds at most, just right for lightweight backpacking use. It easily rolls up for storage in its accompanying compression stuff sack (see below for more info).
As a recent reviewer had noted, the photos of the sleeping bag are a bit misleading. The product photos showed a traditional "rectangle" bag, when in fact, I received a "mummy" style bag as the earlier reviewer also had. No problem... cuts down on overall pack size, and is a bit lighter in weight. Length-wise, it was more than adequate for me as I am only about 5'8" tall. Width-wise, it leaves a bit to be desired. If you're the type to sleep flat on your back facing upwards all night, no problem. But if you're like me and shift to sleep on your sides (fetal position) throughout the night, then this bag may not be for you. I'm not a big guy by any means...pretty average build, if anything. Sleeping on my side was just way too tight as the bag was not wide enough for such a position. At times I was afraid that I might overstretch the bag and break the zipper's bond. Seriously...again, if you're the type that tends to sleep on your sides, then consider a bag with a bit wider dimensions. It'll save you a lot of discomfort later when on the trails / out camping.
Temperature Range: As for the bag's listed temperature rating... I'd honestly have to say that it's about 10 degrees out of range in terms of warmth. You could use it comfortably in 50 degrees, but anything lower and I would suggest a fleece liner for added warmth as this is really just a 3-season sleeping bag not meant for Winter / arctic conditions anyway. Trying to sleep in this bag in 45 degrees or lower is going to make for a very uncomfortably cold night. However, temperature is relative...some people's bodies tend to generate more heat than others. Also, remember that a sleeping bag is NOT a "heat generator"....it's a "heat insulator". It'll only contain whatever heat it has within. If you go to bed feeling cold, you'll certainly be cold all night. Go to bed warm, and the bag will help keep most of that warmth within (for very cold nights, it's recommended to do little exercises like jumping jacks, push-ups, running in place, etc. for a few minutes to pre-heat your body before slipping into your bag. It's what we sometimes did in the army while out in the field on cold nights, and it really was quite an ingenious tip). Also, don't forget the importance of a sleeping mat / pad under your sleeping bag. It helps as basic padding, and greatly helps to keep your body insulated from the ground which pulls any warmth away from you.
Compression Sack: The sleeping bag comes in a standard compression-type sack that I kind of question in terms of its durability? Upon close inspection, the compression bands are not that well-sewn, and the seams of the sack aren't any better. The threads in some places were already coming apart or frayed. If you're handy with a sewing needle, double-up on the seams to strengthen them, and it'll probably hold up pretty well thereafter. I did just that, and managed to roll up the sleeping bag, insert it into the sack, and tightly compress it down to about the size of an average soccer ball or volleyball. Pretty small, for sure. It'll easily fit into my 60 liter Osprey backpack with lots of room to spare; and it will certainly fit into my smaller 30 liter Osprey day pack with a bit of room to spare for smaller stuff. I could have sat on it and compressed it down by another 2 or 3 inches to make it extra small, but I really didn't want to risk adding any more strain to the compression straps. However, by purchasing a better brand of compression sacks, you could definitely get this sleeping bag down to something a little bit smaller than a volleyball.
Overall.... good bang for the buck, so I'll keep it. If it were a little wider in the upper-body area, I would certainly purchase another for casual outdoor use on the trails. At the price of just $37, you really can't go wrong when compared to others sleeping bags in that catagory for much higher prices.
The good however is it does compress down to a good size not nearly as small as the picture would lead you to believe but small enough.
If I were to do it all over again I would pass on this bag. I find myself to be a reasonable man and didn't expect great things from this sleeping bag but even with low expectations I'd fell short.
Its very comfortable and spacious (I am 6'2 180lb). Its very warm but obviously not going to keep you comfortable is temperatures bellow 20. The bag it comes with is also decent quality and can withstand a good stuffing.
but here is why I only give it 3 stars: The zippers are horrid. they catch on the fabric too easily and mine broke after about 5 nights making the entire this useless. Also the carry case did rip after a while and I hasn't rough with it.
all in all, this is a good case for the money, but it wont last too long.