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Ledge Sports FeatherLite +20 F Degree Ultra Light Design, Ultra Compact Sleeping Bag (84 X 32 X 20)

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  • Size: 84 inches X 32 inches X 20 inches, Packed Uncompressed: 15 inches X 8 inches
  • Fill Weight: 1.5 lb., Pack Weight: 3.4 lb.
  • Dobby Diamond 250T Ripstop Shell, Softech II 210T Liner, YKK Zippers
  • Hibernate Extreme, Micro Denier, Continuous Filament Fiber Fill
  • T-8 Compression Sack, Synthetic Fill
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Product Description

Built for size and weight restrictions on extended journeys. The Featherlite is regular size with premium fill. Temperature rating is a guage for experienced users who understand proper equipment use. Unlike other Ledge classic and oversize bags it is not a comfort rating but a guide for use.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 8 x 8 inches ; 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B007U51UAW
  • Item model number: LS-FL
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (192 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,630 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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By C. Pearson on March 14, 2011
Color: Orange Verified Purchase
I when camping this weekend with my Scout Troop. I took this sleeping bag and my Coleman 0 degree sleeping bag (just in case). The first night it went down to 30 degrees and no problems. On Saturday night (3 AM) it when down to 20 degrees and I had to change to my Coleman Sleeping bag. I was using a fleece bag liner and blue foam mat and Therma-Rest Trail-Lite inflatable. I was wearing wool/poly thermal underwear (top/bottom) and poly long sleeve shirt. With another sweat shirt I could have probably continued to use the bag but I decided to just get warm.

I really like to compression of this sleeping bag and its light weight. For backpacking it is a great low cost starter bag. I just think the 20 degree rating is not quite true.

I am 5'10" and this sleeping bag is OK for me but if you are taller it might be too short for you.
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Color: Orange Verified Purchase
I am an avid outdoorsmen, degreed forester, and an Eagle Scout. I have a few different ruck sacks that are all independent of each other. One of them has this sleeping bag combined with a recluse tent that is also made my Ledge Sports. This bag is perfect for beginners or people who are looking for a quality product on a budget. I am 6'3'' 185 lbs tall and I can fit in this bag. It is kind of tight in some places but not bad. I may not have tons of free space to sleep with a pillow between my legs but it is backpacking we are talking about. Bigger guys just need a bigger bag. Ledge sports sells one that fits two people that is perfect for big guys. The last trip I took this bag on was in the Pecos wilderness and I got down to the high 20s at night and it was raining/sleeting. The bag did just fine with no liner. In another ruck sack I have a much more expensive bag from REI and at the end of the day they basically do the same thing (at that temp). If you want to buy the best of the best gear and have the money to buy the best then this bag is not for you. You can find better sleeping bags but you WILL pay for it. I've done a lot of research on lots of gear and ledge sports is the best gear you can buy on a budget. if you need to go on only a few trips a year or want something cheaper to put in a bug out bag then this is perfect!! Compresses to be very small, warm, best deal on a quality sleeping bag you can find on the market. Used several times in the last year without any problems.
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Color: Orange Verified Purchase
Being new to the hiking world, I didn't want to spend a lot of money on gear. So, after tons of reviews I decided to give the Ledge Featherlite +20 at try. The bag is very compact and fit in the bottom compartment of by pack perfectly. It also comes with it own compression sack. We took a 3 day, 2 night, 24 mile hike on the AT for our first trip. The first night the temp was in the 60's. I'll admit that I was worried this bag might be too warm for the temp but I was wrong. The bag kept me warm without suffocating me. The second night it rained and our tent had some leaks. I was convinced I was going to be sleeping in a soggy mess. And again I was wrong. The rain was coming in from the top seams of the tent above me and my bag. The bag held up great and I was dry all night! What a nice surprise and a great deal!
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Color: Green Verified Purchase
Just used this bag last week (15 November 2013) in CT and the temps dipped into the 20s overnight....even wearing 2 layers of thermals and using a sleeping pad in my bivy sack I was still cold and my feet were frozen. Very difficult to sleep. this bag is for sure "survival" rated to +20 F (as I survived fine) however comfort range will be closer to 35-40.
Bag does compress very small and will be great for early fall / late spring camping. I like the bag and I would recommend it for it's price and compression size just word to the wise treat it like a +35F bag and sleep through the night.
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Color: Red Verified Purchase
I was really looking forward to this, I don't camp as often as I did, and I just needed a serviceable sleeping bag for the occasional car camping and overnight hikes.

Unfortunately, I must have gotten one from a bad batch, because my experience was not as positive as the other reviewers here.

Stuff sack was torn on arrival, but didn't notice until getting ready to go camping, now I'm stuck with broken merchandise if/until Ledge Sports fixes the issue. Can't really even review if it's any good until I can carry it out into the woods and use it. UPDATE - Replacement stuff sack came in the mail today, with broken buckles. Between the two I have a working bag.

Slept for a weekend trip in it in my hammock, it did compress enough I did get some cool spots, but it was in the high 40s/low 50s, so until the evening cooled down it was a bit too warm. Had some trouble with the zipper in the dark once it did get cold, hard to get it started in the dark, and it did get caught a few times, although that is partially due to me being in a hammock trying to zip a sleeping bag.
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Color: Orange Verified Purchase
Scrunches down pretty small and is light weight, but definitely not a 20 degree bag. If you're using this below 40 degrees you may need a liner.
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This bag was a great deal because it's only 3.4 pounds and it compresses to be a tiny little ball. that fits just fine in your pack. I've seen my friends right before a camp out carrying a sleeping bag 3 times as big. they look at me and ask me how it's possible to fit such a small bag in my pack.
It says that this bag is a 20 degree bag, but it's probably more like 25. I've been in 18 degree weather wearing thermal underwear, a hat and under armor shirt, and I have no complaints.
There are lighter bags that are at least twice as expensive. There are bags that go much colder that are much more pricey. My dad has a bag that goes to 20 degrees and unlike this bag it actually does,it's about 4.7 pounds, doesn't compress worth beans and it was more than three times more expensive.
I wish they had deals like this everywhere.
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