Coleman Big Basin 0- to 20-Degree Adult Sleeping Bag

Coleman Big Basin 0- to 20-Degree Adult Sleeping Bag by COLEMAN


by COLEMAN
$49.95
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on 10-2-2018
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Product Features
  • 4.5 lbs of Coletherm insulation
  • Diamond ripstop cover with polyester liner
  • Commercial machine washable


  • Item Description
    Coleman Big Basin 0- to 20-Degree Adult Sleeping Bag:
    • For extreme sleeping conditions from 0 to 20 degrees
    • 4.5 lbs of Coletherm insulation
    • Coleman sleeping bag has a diamond ripstop cover with polyester liner
    • Double-batt, offset quilt construction eliminates potential cold spots
    • 0 - to 20-degree adult sleeping bag has a semi-sculpted hood that surrounds the head with warmth, keeps head off the ground
    • Insulated chest baffle keeps heat in the body of the bag
    • Fleece foot section provides extra warmth
    • Full length draft tube locks out chilly drafts
    • 2-way zipper for maximum ventilation
    • Stuff sack included
    • Measures 39 inch x 92, fits up to 6'4 inch tall
    • Commercial machine washable
    • 5-year limited warranty


    What buyers are saying
    I am 6'3 inch and weigh 220. I have always had a tough time getting a bag in which I can comfortably sleep. I used to take two or three bags and sleep bag in bag (sometimes three thick) when it got cold. This bag is very roomy, I can sleep in it comfortably, with the hood around my head and still roll over. I'm not talking about rolling over and the bag gets wrapped around you and you wake up with the hood on backwards and the zipper under your bottom. I woke up every morning with the bag oriented as it was when I went to bed. The bottom foot or so is fleece lined and feels good on bare feet. The only knocks I can give the bag is that it packs huge and weighs a lot, but I truck/ tent camp so that's not a big deal to me. Last and biggest knock, this is in no way a 0-20 degree bag. Night one was in the 50s and I slept comfortably in shorts and t-shirt, night two was in the upper 30s and I had to put on socks, long johns and a fleece to keep warm. To Coleman's credit, I think all bad temp ratings are about 20 degrees too generous.