TETON Sports Tracker +5F Ultralight Sleeping Bag
|Price:||$54.99 - $144.98|
- ULTRALIGHT AND ULTRAWARM: With body-mapping technology--bag is designed with added insulation where you need it most, primarily your feet; Lightweight and compact--backpack anywhere
- EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS: 3 piece hood contours your face to keep your whole head warm; Vaulted foot box; Anti-snag zipper with a full-length zipper draft tube eliminates any cold spots
- ADDED COMFORT: Breathable, soft, double-brushed liner for a more comfortable night's sleep; Survival rating is +5F/-15C
- EVEN MORE FEATURES: Diamond ripstop shell is water-resistant and won't tear even if you snag or puncture it; Interior pocket zips to safely hold electronics or wallet on both sides of the sleeping bag
- LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY: TETON Sports’ AMAZING customer service team is one YOU CAN COUNT ON to get your products taken care of and get you back OUTDOORS; #getoutdoors with TETON Sports
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|Journey +40ºF||Adult Trailhead +20ºF||Adult Tracker +5ºF||Adult Leef +20ºF||Adult Leef 0ºF||Tracker Double Wide +5ºF|
|Dimensions (in inches)||90" x 33"||87" x 32" (at the shoulders) x 22" (at the foot)||87" x 34" (at the shoulders) x 22" (at the foot)||87" x 34" (at the shoulders) x 22" (at the foot)||87" x 34" (at the shoulders) x 22" (at the foot)||87 x 63 (at the shoulders) x 44" (at the foot)|
|Color options||Red/Grey||TETON Orange/Grey or Green/Grey||Red/Grey or Green/Grey||Green||Black||Red/Grey|
|Temperature rating (Fahrenheit)||+40ºF (Summer Sleeping Bag)||+20°F||+5ºF||+20ºF||0ºF||+5°F|
|Pack weight||2.3 pounds||2.9 pounds||4.1 pounds||3.5 lbs||4.2 lbs||8.2 pounds|
|Pack size (in inches)||11" x 6" x 6"||14.5" x 6.5" x 6.5"||15" x 9" x 9"||14" x 8" x 8"||15" x 9" x 9"||18" x 10" x 10"|
"When you’re ready to see the world on your terms, the TETON Sports Tracker +5F Ultralight Sleeping Bag is the right bag for your adventure. A 3-piece hood, full length zipper draft tube, and a built-out foot box all add up to keep you warm and eliminate cold spots. Packs down tight to tuck away into your favorite backpack. It’s filled with multiple layers of our innovative micro PolarLite insulation to keep you warm—survival rated to +5F (which is well below freezing). This fill shapes to your body lines and features body mapping technology which gives you extra fill in specific areas to keep comfortable so you can get that amazing night’s sleep. The Tracker +5F is so well built, you’ll tell all your friends about how much sleeping bag you got for your money. Made from a sturdy 75D diamond ripstop that is water resistant and won’t tear, even if punctured. Taped, anti-snag zippers are easy to close from inside or outside of bag. Also includes a secure interior zip pocket for wallet or keys. Each bag comes with it's own matching compression storage sack.
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I've never really had a sleeping bag nor have I wanted one because of how constricting they are but I've also been frozen and unable to sleep on every camping trip until this last one. The temperature got down to the low 40s/upper 30s and I am so glad I had this bag. Granted I did layer up with socks, long johns and a hat, I stayed cozy and warm all night to the point that I woke up burning and had to shed some layers. This is unusual considering I get cold so easily, I even wear sweaters in the summer. I'm petite, about 5'3" and I felt like the bag was fairly tight but it didn't bother me so much as warmth was more important. I'm a side sleeper too but I was perfectly comfortable rolling on my side with the bag rolling with me. My much taller boyfriend also got this bag and he was comfortable and warm as well.
There are a few downsides to this bag which other reviewers have mentioned but for the price I can live with it.
First, it's bulky, something to be expected of a winter sleeping bag with fiberfill. Now it wouldn't seem so bulky if I could have had an easier time stuffing it into the compression sack but the sack is pretty useless once you take the bag out for the first time. I had to cram the sleeping bag with my foot to get it to fit back in and after about 15 minutes of struggling I gave up. The compression straps honestly don't compress much either. I knew this would probably be an issue before I bought the bag so at some point I will probably just get a legit compression sack that works better.
Last thing is that the zipper snags easily. It's not a particularly highly quality zipper and the thick piping next to it that helps insulate the bag constantly gets in the way of zipping the bag. I also had a feeling it would be a problem but I remind myself how much I paid for the bag and am glad it does what it's supposed to - keep me warm. So if you're not interested in spending $300+ on a bag, this bag is a really decent affordable option.