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Coleman Trinidad Warm-Weather Sleeping Bag

4.4 out of 5 stars 721 customer reviews
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Price $174.83 $40.49 $35.04 $56.57
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Insulation Material Type synthetic synthetic synthetic synthetic
Specific Uses For Product camping;backpacking camping camping camping
Item Weight 29.2 pounds 5.8 pounds 7.12 pounds 1 pounds
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Product Description

Trinidad, 33" x 75", Sleeping Bag, 3 LB Thermo Tech Insulation, Fits Most Up To 5' 11", Blue Cover, Beige Liner, For Warm Weather Sleeping Conditions 40-60 Degrees, Polyester Cover To Tricot Liner, Comfort Smart Technology Guaranteed To Keep You Comfortable, Zip Plow, Plows Fabric Away From Zipper To Prevent Snags, Comfort Cuff Surrounds Your Face With Softness, Roll Control Locks Bag In Place For Easier Rolling, Fiberlock Prevents Insulation From Shifting Increasing Durability, Thermlock Reduces Heat Loss Through Zipper Keeping You Warmer, Zipper Glide Tailoring Allows Smooth Zipper Operation Around Corners, Quick Cord For Easy, No Tie Closure.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 27.6 x 17.8 x 16.3 inches ; 29.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 26.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0044UTVAW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (721 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #514 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Here are the reasons why I gave it 2 when it could've been 5 easily. Please look at the con in caps. It will save you money.

Pros:
* It's soft. Like 1000 bunnies cuddling next to you.
* It's warm. I use it as an indoor blanket and always felt nice and cozy inside it.
* It's big if you are a 5'6" half-asian guy like me. There is extra room to roam around when you are sleeping

Cons:
* SOFT TRICOT LINER. Needed this to be in caps to grab your attention. If you never felt this fabric before it's like if a cloth and sand paper had a baby you would get this fabric. It's grabs onto your skin and feels very uncomfortable. The day after it arrived I ended up ordering another sleeping bag. Look for a cotton-flannel liner. You won't regret it.
* Rolling it up and placing it in the bag they provide is like a sumo going to a theater and trying to squeeze into the seats. After many attempts he becomes successful and gets in but it's a really tight fit. Trying to get him out of it after is another challenge. This pretty much sums up how difficult it is to put it back.

To sum it up. Don't get the soft tricot liner. Get cotton-flannel liner instead.
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When I bought 2 of these sleeping bags, they were coleman's cheapest at the moment, considering I wanted 60º to 40º ones. I and 2 other people have used and are satisfied considering the price.

Pros:

-Seems somewhat water resistant: I placed it on the bare grass and laid there for a couple of hours watching the night sky. When I decided to get inside the tent, I realized the water level of the river had risen so part of the grass was wet, in fact the earth was mildly covered in water. I just had to dry the exterior of the sleeping bag, it seems it didn't absorb any water at all so no moist got to the inside.
-Not heavy for its temp rating.
-really 60º to 40º: As I said before 3 people have used on a well ventilated tent on windy nights around 50º and all slept very comfortable (one of them was a woman that doesn't like cold weather at all)
-Easy to zip 2 together: After I figured out how (never did that before and didn't read the instructions) and doing it once, I became a pro and the second time was as very quick.
-When zipping 2 together, you get just a small hole (around 1 inch at most)on the middle feet area where both zips meet
-Nice color

Cons:
-The worst part is the inner material: Even though it feels to me comfortable to sleep in, it catches on clothes (just a bit), rough fingernails and what made me deduct one star: on loose skin around fingernails, even worst it seems to make them multiply. It catches and pulls those very sensitive little bits of loose skin around your fingernails and can make moving inside the bag very uncomfortable. I don't know if it was because of rough camping activities or the sleeping bag, but those bits of skin seemed to multiply by the hour (I don't usually have much or any at all).
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Bag looks and feels good. I read some reviews saying they couldn't get the sleeping bag back into the stuff bag that comes with it. I was able to without a problem. However, there is an extra zipper on the outside of the stuff bag that holds the sleeping bag and I cannot zip that up very easily. I give the sleeping bag a 5 star rating, even though I haven't fully used it yet, and I would give the stuff bag that comes with it a 3 star rating. But given the cheap price I would recommend this sleeping bag.

Pictures: I purchased two Coleman Trinidad Sleeping Bags. I opened one and I did not open the other. The smaller one shows the way the sleeping bag comes. My photos will also show the zipper that I can't seem to zip up after putting the sleeping bag back in the stuff bag.
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You know those microfiber cloths? Those that, if you don't have ultra smooth fingers, catch on your fingers? The liner of this bag is like that. I had to wear thin socks to keep this problem at bay. It's definitely not suitable for backpacking, because it's surprisingly bulky. Other than that, a decent buy.
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This sleeping bag was cosy and warm. The outside material is soft and flexable, and the inside material is very soft cozy and warm flannel. The sleeping bag rolled up to a good size for car camping.(it rolled up slightly smaller than my old one)
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I bought this for a camping trip that happened to be the weekend before Prime Day, so I purchased this sleeping bag for about 40% off. This was ideal for the casual camper (me), the inside was comfortable, and I didn't find it as rough as some of the other reviewers described. I used it in roughly 60-70 degree Fahrenheit weather, and found it suitable for those conditions.

My one issue with this product was the travel bag it came in: The plastic hooks that kept it together snapped when took the bag out, rolled it back up, and put it back in, again. Now, I can no longer get it to fit in, properly. But, since camping/sleeping over is a rare occasion for me, I don't see myself needing the travel bag, much.

The bag, itself, otherwise, was perfect for me.
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By Jess on October 13, 2015
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Bought two of these, one for my husband and the other myself. He is 6'2 while I'm only 5', it fit him perfectly and left me with plenty of leg room lol. The coldest temperature we used them was in about 40 degree NC weather. I stayed perfectly toasty all night in this sleeping bag but I did also sleep on top of a mat. My husband did get cold in his but yet he slept directly on the ground. Overall I recommend these to others.
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