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Coleman Trinidad Warm-Weather Sleeping Bag
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- 100% Polyester with fill 100% Polyester
- For temperatures 40⁰ F to 60⁰ F
- Fits most heights up to 5 ft. 11 in.; Dimensions: 33 x 75 in
- Brushed polyester cover, Polyester tricot lining; Machine washable
- Fiberlock Construction prevents insulation from shifting, extending life of your sleeping bag
- The No-Snag patented zipper plows fabric away from the zipper to prevent snags
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Sleep comfortably, even when it's 40⁰ F outside in the Coleman Sun Ridge Sleeping Bag. The warm weather bag fits heights up to 5 ft. 11 in. and is designed to keep you cozy. The specially-designed, patented zipper system plows the fabric away from the zipper to avoid snags and zips up all the way every time. The Thermolock system reduces heat loss through the zipper. When you're ready to pack up, the Roll Control loop fasteners help you perfectly fold the sleeping bag and the Quick Cord system makes rolling it up and fastening it a cinch without tying. The 33 in. x 75 in. bag comes with a five year warranty and is machine washable, with a brushed polyester cover and polyester tricot lining.
Stay cozy on warmer nights with the Coleman Trinidad sleeping bag. Designed for temperatures between 40 and 60 degrees F, the Trinidad is perfect for the summer months when the mercury seldom dips below freezing. The Trinidad is durably constructed of a polyester cover with a soft tricot fiber-blend liner, with 3 pounds of ThermoTech insulation to keep you comfy. The bag is also outfitted with Coleman's ComfortSmart technology, which includes such features as a ComfortCuff that surrounds your face with softness, a FiberLock design that prevents the insulation from shifting, and a QuickCord for easy, no-tie closure.
To keep heat from escaping on cooler nights, the Trinidad includes a ThermoLock construction that prevents heat loss through the zipper. Other features include a Roll Control that locks the bag in place for easier rolling, ZipperGlide tailoring that allows smooth zipper operation around the corners, and a rectangular build that measures 33 by 75 inches. The bag is machine-washable in commercial machines and carries a five-year warranty.
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* 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
* 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.
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.
-It has a thing called a temperature lock. For those of you wondering what that was, it's a little plastic peice over the zipper. It keeps the cold wind out.
-The inside consists of flannel keeping you warm. I bought this for a texas summer camping trip. When it arrived I freaked out. Turns out I didn't sweat all night. It was actually quite comfy.
-The outside of the sleeping bag is slick. It's slightly water resistant. I spilled water on it from a water bottle. It slid right off. As long as water doesn't get on the inside it should stay dry.
-I loved the size. I'm only 4'6 and though oops! I ordered an adult sleeping bag! I very glad I did. It had extra space to get comfy and breathe. My previos kid sleeping bag was tight and made me sweat.
-The color was off. It might have been just MY screen though. On my screen it appeared a bright turquoise blue. When it came the case was dark navy blue. I thought nothing of it and opened it. I was dissapointed to see that it was dark navy.
-The zipper doesn't zip up all the way on one side. It zips up on the bottom and on the left side. But it leaves almost 6 inches at the top unzipped. It let cool air on my neck. For some that might be enjoyed but I didn't appreciate it.
-The case is WAY to small. When it arrived it fit perfectly. Then I tried rolling it back up. I couldn't get it to fit. My teenage friend had the same exact one. She helped and couldn't get it in. Finally my Dad managed to stuff it in. I pulled the strings and "locked" them. Two hours later I noticed that the "lock" was almost down to the end. I had to tie a knot to keep it closed.
Overall it's a great sleeping bag. If they would fix those few things I would rate it 5 stars. Hoped my review helped!
Also, the bag comes packaged in a nylon carrying sack that has a zipper to keep it suctioned together. I will never be able to roll the sleeping bag tight enough to use that zipper -which might be intentional. Like the zipper is to make the whole thing take up less space during shipping, and you never use it afterward.
I had a warm weather bag from Coleman that is now worn out but it had breatheable fabrics and a nice smooth, cool fabric for the inner lining. Because the fabrics were breatheable, the bag was comfortable almost the whole year round and was not stifling even in the warmest weather.
What are these manufacturers thinking? Nylon is probably much cheaper than cotton or a cotton/poly blend.