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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Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent, used this for 4 weeks in the Andes mountains at high altitudes, warm and comfyPublished 9 days ago by mr
Excellent bag for the price. Bought for my son for Cub Scouts. You can get lighter, warmer bags, but not at this price. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J R
I am actually very happy with this sleeping bag, but I did rate it three stars. The zipper functions well, the stitching is of good quality, the hood drawstring functions nicely. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brinly
My son and I purchased a pair of these sleeping bags and took them with us to Philmont for a 12-day backpacking trip. We both loved it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I have the 0degree F bag. Stayed in +40F last night. Was so cold I couldnt sleep. You get what you pay for.Published 2 months ago by Jacob Doyle
First off great bag! I have used this bag on multiple back packing trips and love it! Im a stocky fellow and usually struggle with feather light bags being tight, the contour fits... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Everyday Guy
I am a 6'3" man, and thios fits me perfectly.
Incredibly warm and comfortable. Highly recommend for Spring/Summer/Fall camping.