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High Peak Outdoors Cascade -40-Degree Sleeping Bag
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- Hood and Drawstring closure and barrel lock
- 2 Bags can be zipped together
- Thermal Collar
- 86 inches long x 34 inches wide
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The Cascade -40 sub zero Mummy bag is an affordable cold weather, 4-season sleeping bag. The overall size is 34 wide x 86 long x 22 wide at the foot. A compression stuff sack is included free! zipper: #8 two-way. Two bags can be zipped together side by side.
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Either way, you can't beat the price!
I'm 6'0 212 lbs.
I am about 5'8", 150lbs and i fit in there nicely. I spent the winter in them and some nights i was cold but almost every night i wasn't. When i came to my tent i may have been very cold but as soon as i got in the bag i started warming right up, such a nice feeling. One of the issues i have is how small it is, sometimes i wanted to curl into a ball but was unable to do so, as closely as i wanted, but instead had to bunch it up between my stomach and my knees to get into fetal position. Sometimes we like to lay on the front side of our lower body with one leg up and the upper body turned to the side, that position is impossible in the bag.
When it was time to wash it i took it to the laundry mat and spent nearly $20 washing and drying it, although i may not have needed to dry it but rather let it dry in the sun. It had to be washed twice since it was too big and the largest public machines weren't big enough nor did they get all of it wet the first time.
I know enough about sewing that i would make my own, and although i have had no rips (only many zipper catches which is an annoyance) i'd sew a rectangle bag with zipper using a stronger nylon shield, one large enough i could sprawl out in, then use the same fine-strand filler and use a cotton sheet as a liner, attached via snap-buttons. In that way i could have saved tens on dollars and be more comfortable, but considering i needed it ASAP as winter was just starting these saved my life.
My girlfriend and i spent a few nights together and we zipped them together with no problem and of course there was plenty of room.
WASHING = 2*
ROOMY = 4*
COMFORT = 4*
WARMTH FACTOR = 5*
I cannot recollect at the coldest it had been, but i survived well enough. Regarding the warmth factor, coming out of winter when the days are hot and nights are warm, when i would think i could sleep outside of the bag but then it got too cold, i did not over-heat when i half-awakened, got into the bag and slept the rest of the night.
And finally, something to note it advertising. I forget where i read that it is tested for -40º but the test is conducted is in a controlled room, it was stated. For all i know someone got in the room then immediately into the bag, waited 30 minutes and said they felt fine and then got out. We simply do not have the specific facts that we, as consumers, should know.
Other than that i recommend this sleeping bag for it's durability, weather ability, and of course price, but you could probably make your own even better and cheaper than ANY on the market. Give it a go!