Suisse Sport Adventurer Sleeping Bag
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- Blue and Black/Yellow, Double Layer, Compression Sack
- Standard adult sleeping bag designed for size and weight-conscious hikers
- Drawstring Hood and Draft Tube for Additional Protection Against the Elements
- Double-Layer Offset Quilt Construction 30 degree rated
- Compression Stuff Sack
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Designed for hikers, bikers, and campers who wish to travel light
The Suisse Sport Adventurer Mummy sleeping bag provides warmth and comfort when you need it most. It is a Standard Adult size ultra compact sleeping bag - and measures 29.5 inch by 84.5 inch when laid flat. It comes with a compression storage sack that can compact to 12 x 7 x 7 inches making this your favorite compact, packable sleeping bag. Contoured top gives you a soft surface for your head, while allowing you to keep your nose out of the bag. Lowest temp rated to 30 degrees in ideal dry conditions.
Ideal comfort range is 40-55 degrees.
The best selling Suisse Sport adult-sized sleeping bag.
Suisse Sport makes many sleeping bags including an Adventurer XL which is longer and wider on the top for larger, broader shoulders.
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|Item Dimensions||—||87.01 x 31.89 x 3.94 in||32.99 x 24.02 x 84.02 in||84 x 33 x 24 in||15.3 x 9.1 x 7.9 in||16.5 x 11.8 x 11.4 in|
|Item Weight||—||2.87 lbs||—||3.5 lbs||1 lb||5.2 lbs|
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|Temperature Rating||35||20 degrees_fahrenheit||5||0||35||25 degrees_fahrenheit|
Suisse Sport Adventurer Standard Adult size ultra compact sleeping bag is a lighter weight packable sleeping bag, comes with a compression storage sack that can compact to 12 x 7 x 7 making this your favorite packable sleeping bag. Measures 29.5 by 84.5 inches (W x L) when open designed for weight conscious hikers, bikers, and campers. Double layer construction is offset to prevent cool spots in the bag. Lowest Temp rated to 30 degrees in ideal dry conditions. Ideal comfort range is 40-55 degrees, The best selling Suisse Sport sleeping adult sized sleeping bag. Suisse Sport makes many sleeping bags including a Adventurer XL which is longer and wider on the top.
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The short version is, this is an excellent bag and you would have to spend over $100 to get a better one.
its well made and so far has been very warm in sub 50'F temps. I would not hesitate to use this at its 30' rating. It has all the same features as the rest of the bags on the market. Its comfy and very light, Although I would not really call it ultralight, but since it compresses down so small, it fits my needs just fine.
the guy holding it in the picture must have massive hands! its not quite that small unless you spend an hour compressing it.
But, Its small enough just by stuffing it into the compression sack and synching up the straps, I can fit this, with the rest of my gear into my 3000ci pack. So I really don't care if its half a pound heavier than the $100 bags.
The compression straps are slightly different than the photo. But otherwise, The description on amazon is accurate.
I had no problem getting the bag back into the stuff sack and I was not afraid to pull as hard as possible on the compression straps. Although I found that its not necessary to compress it very much, Its good to know Its built well. If you really wanted to save another ounce or two, you could do away with the compression straps alltogether.
Once in the stuff sack, it only measures 14x7 then it only compresses down to 12x7 (maybe smaller)
I've had this bag over a year now and used it more than a dozen times in various situations and conditions. The more I use it, the more I love it.
The coldest I've used it was lower 30's on a boat. The temp inside the boat was maybe 34. I was fine sleeping in shorts, socks and a long sleeve shirt. I've slept outside in a tent in low to mid 40's with no issues. I would still completely trust it in 30 degree's with a tent (and some wool socks!). I've also slept comfortably in mid-to-upper 60's outside, as well as room temps indoors.
The stuff sack and compression straps have held up just fine, and I don't foresee any problems in the near future.
Still a great bag that should easily last several years.
Still using this bag after 2.5 years. I haven't gone backpacking in a while, but, it's winter, and I live on a boat full time. It gets cold sometimes... This bag is too hot for most nights in sub 40 degree temps inside the boat. But it's come in very handy on those below freezing nights. during the summer, it was a pleasure to sleep on-top of, because of the coolness of the extremely soft shell.
It's still in excellent condition after 2.5 years. Most of the past year it has been tossed around, stuffed into lockers, slept upon, and generally used as extra padding in the bunk. The only problem I've had is one of the zipper tags broke off. But, it's no big deal since there are two zipper tags, I just use the other one (the one on the inside of the bag) instead.
I still love this bag and consider one of the best deals in this market. If this one ever falls apart (which is highly unlikely), I'd just buy another one. I would never pay more for a sleeping bag again, unless I really needed 0 degree protection, or sub 20 degree comfort.
Can't recommend it enough.
I have slept mostly in warm weather, but a few nights it was in the low 40's and I was plenty warm. I can imagine using this in 30 degree weather and being totally fine.
It's very light, so it makes it great for backpacking.
I have a perfect amount of room in it as a 6'3, 170lb man.
The zipper feels a little cheap. It zips and unzips way too easily, therefore occasionally coming unzipped while you're sleeping (but only if it's not all the way to the top). Pretty much my only complaint about the sleeping bag so far.
The COMPRESSION SACK is far too small! It came factory packed, and then the next time I went to pack the bag, I could hardly fit it.
Every time I go to pack this it's a chore. The sack is too small, and the straps are far too short. They come out of the buckles every time.
The bag is great and inexpensive, but the stuff sack will have to be replaced.
For the rest of us, the zipper breaks during the first camping trip you take it on.
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At least 100 people so far have lost. Don't be the next!!!
It's really big. I'm 5', 125 lbs and I have plenty of space and it would fit a 6' person easily. It comes with a ton of features including adjustable hood and neck, two strong velcro strips for the internal and external part of the bag at the neck, and a little zippered pouch on the inside chest for your valuables. It packs down to about a 6" by 12" into the case easily and you can use the compression straps to get it a smaller. Packing it down to a small size takes practice but you can definitely do it. It's pretty dense and hefty and will definitely keep you warm. The compression pack it comes is good quality and hasn't come close to ripping.
It's kind of hefty so if you're thinking about getting a down sleeping bag for the weight and the warmth, you might want to go with that option. At this price point, though, this sleeping bag more than does the job. Packing, like I said before, can take a little practice. I don't think I was able to pack it down to the original size it came in.
Overall, I really like this sleeping bag. It's kept me more than warm, is comfortable, is adjustable in the hood and neck, and has that really convenient pocket.
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I've taken this down into the mid 30's in the Midwest winter and been somewhat okay.Read more