|Age Range (Description)||Adult|
|Sport||Camping & Hiking|
|Product Dimensions||90"L x 36"W|
|Item Weight||8.9 Pounds|
|Item Package Dimensions L x W x H||22 x 13.75 x 13.68 inches|
|Package Weight||5.13 Kilograms|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||90 x 36 inches|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
|Model Name||McKinley 0|
|Number of Items||1|
|Included Components||Sleeping Bag|
|Fill Material Type||Polyester|
Browning Camping McKinley 0° Sleeping Bag
|Age Range (Description)||Adult|
|Sport||Camping & Hiking|
|Product Dimensions||90"L x 36"W|
About this item
- Outer shell made of extremely durable 210T nylon diamond rip-stop fabric, paired with a brushed polyester liner
- Designed to keep you warm during extreme weather, this 0 degree bag is filled with our 7 denier TechLoft Silver insulation
- Insulated chest and zipper baffle with two-layer construction to trap in maximum heat and prevent unwanted cold spots
- Our Browning Camping McKinley sleeping bag is on our best sellers list; a must-have in your camping collection
- Dimensions: 36" X 90"; Weight: 8 lbs. 12 oz.; Fill Weight: 96 oz.; #10 Zippers; compression stuff sack included
From the manufacturer
McKinley 0° Sleeping Bag.
If you’re looking for the warmth of a mummy bag without the constraints, the McKinley has you covered. At 36 inches wide and 90 inches long the rectangular design offers plenty of 'wiggle room' and comfort for a restful night’s sleep.
Built to keep you warm this oversized design features 2-layer offset construction to eliminate cold spots, insulated chest and zipper baffles for heat retention, contoured hood to lock heat in and TechLoft insulation for maximum insulation and loft.
For transportation a compression stuff sack and roll-up straps have been included, making this portable design a great bag for your next camping or hunting trip.
Similar items from Browning Camping
- McKinley -30°.
- TechLoft Silver insulation.
- Two-layer construction.
- 210 Nylon Diamond Ripstop outer with a brushed polyester liner.
Beginning in 1993 with the establishment of ALPS Mountaineering, ALPS Brands is a continuously growing and expanding group of brands dedicated to developing and manufacturing high quality, performance-driven outdoor products. Currently making up the ALPS Brands family of companies are ALPS Mountaineering, ALPS OutdoorZ, Delta Waterfowl Gear, Browning Camping and Cedar Ridge.
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Until our customers can actually hold one of our products in their hands and carefully look it over, it's difficult to convey our quality and construction. We believe a comfortable pack or chair, a weatherproof tent, and a warm sleeping bag or air pad do not need to be expensive. Value can be defined as getting what you pay for. We define value as getting more than you pay for.
Limited Lifetime Warranty
ALPS takes pride in the quality of our products and warrants that the materials and workmanship will be free of any defects. Our factories follow a strict set of specifications and quality standards, however, if a problem develops, please contact us.
The McKinley is a "heavy duty" oversized hooded rectangle bag. It uses a 2-layer offset construction to eliminate cold spots. The McKinley series use Techloft Insulation. Techloft Insulation consists of multi-hole staple-length micro-denier fibers that have a siliconized finish for maximum insulation, loft, and compactness. It will keep you toasty on those colder nights when you'd prefer to have more "wiggle room" than you get with your mummy bag. The contoured hood also helps keep you warmer and keeps your warmth sealed in. For transporting, we include a compression stuff sack and roll-up straps. This is a great hunting bag for those frigid nights when you want a good night sleep.
Stay warm on chilly mountain evenings with the heavy-duty McKinley rectangular sleeping bag from Browning. The oversized, hooded McKinley bag is filled with Techloft insulation, a series of multi-hole, staple-length micro-denier fibers with a siliconized finish for maximum insulation, loft, and compactness. Add in a two-layer offset construction to eliminate cold spots and you have a bag that keeps you toasty on chilly nights without restricting your movement like a mummy bag. The McKinley's contoured hood and insulated chest and zipper baffle also keep you warmer when the mercury dips by sealing in the warmth as you sleep. Construction-wise, the bag features a 210T nylon diamond ripstop exterior and a comfortable microfiber liner, so you can stretch out in comfort. And it's easy to carrying the McKinley thanks to the compression stuff sack and roll-up straps. A great hunting bag for frigid nights, the bag measures 36 by 90 inches and weighs 8 pounds 12 ounces.
Reviewed in the United States on February 8, 2018
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I have to say...I am VERY pleased with my purchase. On Friday night of our campout, temperatures reached 32 degrees. Again, we were in a cabin, but there was no heat. I am happy to report that I was warm and toasty and no hot flashes to write home about!!!
On the 2nd night, it was a wee bit warmer, 43 degrees and I did get downright hot... I unzipped the bag about halfway down and that allowed enough of nature's air conditioning in... What little I slept, it was that way the entire night.
The sleeping bag met all three of my conditions and performed extremely well.
1. I was warm.
2. My Pharaohphopia was kept at bay; there was room to turn. I am not an obese person either...more of an Amazon... badabang LOL
3. The microfiber lining did not grab at my PJs and impede me from turning... It wasn't as "slick" as I like a sleeping bag to be, but it was acceptable.
The issue I had with sleeping had to do with my back killing me - had nothing to do with the sleeping bag... Now I'm thinking of getting one of those Skeletor looking air blowup mattress looking thingies that you put directly in the bag with you...
On a side note...There is no way that I can fit this bag back into the stuff sack it came with...so I've ordered a new stuff sack/compression bag that I'm hoping this behemoth will fit into!
If you are a hiker...this is not the sleeping bag for you... If you are like me - a casual camper who likes her creature comforts and who SUV's her stuff to the spot, then this IS the bag for you!!!!
********** ORIGINAL REVIEW BELOW ***********
Just got this sleeping bag, haven't slept in it yet, but will be doing so this weekend, for a Girl Scout Leader Camp-out. I will update this review once I've tried it out. We are sleeping in cabins, but they are unheated on bunks. In addition, I haven't gotten to this point in my life, just to be uncomfortable...LOL! These are MY specific reasons for getting this bag (and my updated ratings will be on these and any other negatives/positives that I encounter):
1. Degree Rating: I almost purchased another bag, but then I read the reviews and folks indicated that they were cold in that bag even though the air temperatures were within the bag's temperature rating. Honestly... I have a small degree of comfort on the temperature scale -- anything outside of that makes me an evil person, add sleep deprivation to that -- well, the gig is over! I figure that once the Hot Flashes start to kick-in, I'll just unzip the darn thing for the 1/2 hour or so that the Maws of Hell have opened to try to consume me. The other ladies in the cabin will appreciate the heat that's generated. Of course, after the episode, I'll need this 0-Degree sleeping bag to hopefully contain some of that heat to prevent some of that sweat freezing me into a human icicle.
2. Size and dimensions: Being somewhat claustrophobic is an issue when searching for a sleeping bag! Just the name, "Mummy Bags" turns me off, because I also have Pharaohphobia (I'll be happy to explain and justify my fears regarding this issue on the Johnson & Johnson rolled Bandage Purchase I made last week). Anyway, I need room to turn and move my legs...I think this bag will do the trick! Also, I'll add, when you start getting warm (see number 1 above) just a simple readjustment of a limb will quickly serve to reduce the internal thermometer.
3. Microfiber Liner: The internal layer is made of a Microfiber Liner...I was wary at first... As a princess, I cannot have a sleeping bag that has Lumberjack Flannel as the liner. Several reasons for that: a) Hint: Sandpaper; b) Panties get in a wad - literally! Flannel doesn't permit other material to smoothly glide across when you move (See number 2 above); and c) Flannel is hot! (See numbers 1 & 2 above). I have felt the internal layer and it seem sufficiently slick and cool to touch!
As I mentioned above, I will revise my review after sleeping in the bag this coming weekend.
This product was ordered via Amazon Prime at a cost of $99.99 Sale Price (Down from $139.99). Delivery was set at 2 Days; Received 1 Day early - These are the reasons for my initial 4 Star Review.
I bought this sleeping bag for a no-tents camping trip up to the Rockies. We dropped a tarp in the snow, and slept right there under the stars. This particular bag claims it is rated for cold weather down to zero degrees. While we were up there in God's country, it got down below -3. I had to supplement in some way. I wore lots of layers, and tucked some hand warmers down by my feet. Honestly, I was just fine. Super warm and cozy all night long! But that was basically the coldest I would recommend for this bag. Any colder than that, and I might have been pretty miserable.
FOR MY FELLOW TALL MEN:
I am 6'6", and if this bag was even half an inch shorter, this would be a different review. I didn't have much room in there. I filled every inch it, and didn't have much room for adjusting. This is something I have learned to live with, so I'm not complaining. But be warned, if you are my height or taller, you might want to go find larger bag.
FOR THOSE OF YOU LOOKING FOR A BAG TO GO CAMPING IN NON-FRIGID COLD:
Look elsewhere. I slept in this thing in my basement (just for fun, and to test it out). It probably got down to 45 degrees in my basement after I shut all the vents to keep the heat out. And I was SWEATING MY BUTT OFF ALL NIGHT. 45 degrees outside means that bag gets HOT.
But all this comfort comes at a price, namely size. This thing is massive. When your friends see it, they will think you've unearthed an archaeological relic from some ancient race of giants. If you can fit this thing back in the stuff sack from whence it came, you deserve the Nobel Prize for Physics. Seriously. I already tore one of the stuff sack compression straps off in a vain attempt to get the bag packed (the stuff sack, unlike the sleeping bag itself, is cheaply made) . To own this massive beast, you will just have to come to a state of Zen that you'll never get this bag back down to size ever again. I fully expect that after a few more campouts, I'll just give up and throw this thing into a garbage bag--one of those 40 gallon types for leaves in the yard.
But this is OK, you tell yourself, you won't use it for backpacking. You got that right. I doubt you'll use it for car camping, either. You're going to need a truck and maybe a small crane to lift it. But did I mention how comfortable it is? Wow. If you're a big guy like me, you know what bliss it is to find something that really fits. I look forward to camping now.
The length is listed at 90". Yet at a mere 77" tall, I just fit with no room to spare. If I were any taller, I would not fit comfortably. How can this be? My theory is that 90" is the external length, not internal. So the stuffing takes up a few inches. Plus, when you are lying down, your feet naturally relax and "point" at the end of the bag. This takes more space, especially if you have big feet to go with your big frame. So if you are taller than 6'5", you might be astonished to find you don't quite fit. Or it could even be tight if you are only 6'3" but have enormous clown feet.
The zippers are awesome--big and easy to use. the bag, however, does not unzip all the way, so you cannot use it like a blanket.
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it in my Tent Cot. the coldest was 4F and I was tasty warm lol but when you put your head out of the bag.
that when you realized how cold it was.
Just roll it from the top to the bottom,where the straps are and you should be fine fitting it into the bag