Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 578
Rated 5 out of 5 by AMDub I bought this specifically for our Death Valley camping trip (tent). The temperature would be in the 40s and I knew that my old sleeping bag would not cut it. This sleeping bag kept me very warm, at one point during the night I had to unzip it to cool down!
2 sleeping bags for $40, they keep you warm, the carrying bag is great (love how it compresses the entire sleeping bag)... You can't go wrong!
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cowboyuphi Good cold weather bag
For a sleeping bag rated at 5F and costing only $20.. Its an excellent deal. I took it camping in 22F temperature and body was warm with the exception of my feet getting a little cold. I'm 5'11" and 195# and the bag is JUST big enough for me. A bigger person won't fit too well. The only draw back for this bag is the liner is not fleece. It's polyester. Polyester gets cold if you're not touching it. I would recommend purchasing a fleece liner to go with this bag. The head of this bag can cinch up close enough to leave only enough room for your nose and mouth to have an air hole, thus keeping you well protected. Not so much a great bag for backpacking, but is great for tailgate and scout camping. Considering the price for a comparable bag at roughly $250, you can't go wrong with this one. Zippers and stitching have shown to be sturdy and snag free so far and there is added protection along the whole zipper to keep the cold out. No cold leaks. This bag is also comfortable in the mid 70's temperature range. Had no problems with moisture build up inside. Bag doesn't seem to fluff up so well, but I haven't washed it yet nor have I used it more than 1 night at a time. With more frequent use or a washing, this bag might fluff up.
Rated 5 out of 5 by TighteyWhiteys Great sleeping bag, especially for the $$$
Camped out in Nevada desert early January, which usually gets to around 25 faranheit at night. These sleeping bags worked great. Only thing my nephews needed was warm socks since their feet got cold the first night, other than that, they were toasty. For $25 for one, or $20 each for two, you can't beat the price, performance, and they held up for four days without problems.
Rated 5 out of 5 by buyergeorge Excellent Value for a Very Warm Winter Bag
great value for a 5 degree bag, it is very warm and a very good size considering i am a 4XL man.
there is an outside zippered stash pocket. i don't care for it because when i lay on top of the bag the zipper pull cuts me. i guess i will put some cloth tape on it. also there is a lumpy seam located behind the neck and top of the shoulders area - maybe there to keep out drafts when your really cinched up tight, but i find it uncomfortable to lay on at times, you can adjust it away from your shoulders but it can be bothersome. also i needed to air out the bag for a week to get rid of the new product smell. nylon inside and out feels like satin. nice, even amont of loft. side zipper works very good, but i am partial to YKK zippers, and this does not seem to have that. i even use this bag indoors on very cold nights, and it keeps me comfortable. overall, for the price, you can't go wrong here.
Rated 1 out of 5 by kilm cheap.
Sadly I am disappointed. Very cheaply made. Purchased two online and both received with substantial rips in the bags and one the stuffing was sewn to part of the outside. Then on top of that one of the bags compressing straps where just completely torn off....in the package. I would say don't buy these your going to be disappointed. =(
Rated 3 out of 5 by KissyLiz decent for the price
This bag set is decent considering the cost. It is nowhere as thick as the picture indicates but it is comfortable, and even roomy considering it's a mummy bag. That said, it dosn't keep me warm to the temperatures it is rated possibly because it is not as tight a fit as other mummy bags. I am comfortable in it down to the low-mid 50's but below that and I start to get chilly. For the price it's a good buy, and works well for the cooler months of May/June/October in the midwest. The bag it comes in is very flimsy and the straps on the side tear off easily. Considering the cost I would say it's mostly a case of 'you get what you pay for'. Although this bag works for the 5 or 6 camping trips I take a year, I would gladly spend the money for a better bag if I were to do any 'winter' camping.
Rated 4 out of 5 Honestly it looked like the bags would have more puff to them. They seem pretty thin but are warm and I still fit in them. I am kinda tall, over 6' but they still seem to fit well in length for the most part. Over all I would have say they are a great buy until I get a pair of "down" bags. Well I would have say they are well worth it and recommend if you are not out in below zero weather. Also they are light weight for hiking and would compliment the pack. Also wife likes them! Score, more camping ahead!
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimberdeelee Bought this sleeping bag as a bundled item because it was such a good deal....and I am pleased to say, it really kept us warm! So don't plan on wearing super warm jammies, because you might get too warm. The only negative thing I have to say is the zipper was a little hard to get all the way up - like the last 8 inches or so. it's easier if you have someone else zip it up. Other wise, it was great - SUPER warm - enough room to move around and I'm 5' 7" and well, lets just say XL....it was fine for me. As for putting it back in the sack that it came out of, super easy - not sure why others complained, just fold it in half, length wise, and roll tight from the foot to the head - not rocket science. I recommend it if you know you are going to have a some cold nights. Great purchase for the price.
Rated 3 out of 5 by AGSmith1 Pretty Chilly
We just got back from a trip to Yellowstone where I got to use these bags in some cold weather. The overnight lows were in the mid 30s.
First, the comfort issue. It was pretty chilly. I started the excursion by sleeping in a pair of shorts, a t-shirt and some socks . . . and I was very cold. The following night I wore long pants and a long-sleeve shirt and heavy socks and it was a little better, but not much. I personally couldn't imagine sleeping out in 0-degree weather. Maybe if I had a heating pad and a really long extension chord?
More importantly for me was the issue I had with the fit. I'm 5' 10" and I weight about 215. I not normally claustrophobic, but I was starting to have some serious issues by the second night. I couldn't move at all and felt trapped. It was a major undertaking for me to shift positions and to get comfortable. I hated it. If you like the freedom of being able to move around at night, I would avoid buying a mummy bag.
Rated 5 out of 5 by mamaapril1 Great Product, especially for the price.
Rated 4 out of 5 by RichCranium Doubt it will be cozy at +5 F
Tested this out with a mild camping trip and it was fairly warm but it was also 50+F. Great deal for 2 bags though!
Rated 3 out of 5 by CourtneyWinter21 Good Bag for the price
Good Sleeping bag. Online it says 0 Degree, but the actual tag on the bags say 5 Degrees.
Bag and zipper feel cheap, gets caught in the fabric easily. But works for only a few times a year!
Rated 5 out of 5 by protorom Great Sleeping bag
We purchased these for the price plus we wanted something that would keep us warm. We camped in mid May 2011 and was caught with 50 degree F weather with mid 30s for the night. Because of the sleeping bags, we slept really comfy. I need to sleep with my legs separated. This was the only drawback for me with mummy style bags. I unzipped the lower portion so I can spread out my legs while still keeping the upper part zipped. I had to sleep with socks on because of this. Otherwise, a great find for my family.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Jamazar Nice and warm
Zipper opened up while sleeping
Rated 3 out of 5 by Longneckdeer Everest Mummy +5F/-15C Degree Sleeping Bag
The layers are very thin and not warm enough. I need to double it with another sleeping bag to keep warm. It is also hard to pull it over shoulder level once you got into the bag because the material is so slippery. It doesn't look like the picture as above at all!
Rated 3 out of 5 by MattC81 Great Value
I recently went out hiking and brought this bag with me. During the night the temps got to low 20's. With a thermarest ridgeline sleeping pad and fully clothed this bag kept me warm all night. Any colder this bag would not cut it. I was SHOCKED its a 25 dollor bag. That being said the compression sack will rip the first time you try to compress it. Also the zipper on the bag is cheap, i find it tuff to zip up while in it and if i had to guess the zipper wont last very long if the bag is used alot. For the price there is no better for cold weather.
Rated 3 out of 5 by onlineshopppers You get what you pay for
Bag seems well made and price is very low. But in no way this could be a 0~5 degree bag. I would probably rate it as 25F. We trusted other reviews and only brought alone this bag, and were woken up every night due to the cold.
Rated 5 out of 5 by FYIHonest Skeptic says Better than I expected
Ok 30 bucks and 0 degrees I had to get 1 for everyone. Will it do 0' definetly in Celisus not so sure about farenheit. Weve been camping from 30-40 degree and my always cold wife is sleeping in it with her sweats on and happy as a clam. At 40 I can't wear socks or i'm feeling a bit hot. It would keep you alive and reasonably comfortable at 0 with the right thermal clothing. Didn't think I would fit in it with a 40" waist and 50 chest but I did. Mummy style yes but I don't like to be restricted and i was comfy. Having two people on stuffing it in the compress bag helps
Rated 3 out of 5 by CampinMrT not too bad
This is a pretty good car or canoe camping bag for spring and fall when you know it's going to be above freezing. I think with proper planning you could use the bag from about 25 to about 55.
For the price I think it's ok. Last night I got cold at 35 degrees. I was sleeping on a thermarest, under a tarp. It was foggy, so the moisture level was high. I was not wearing the bag hood or a hat, I was in regular cotton underwear and a t shirt, I put on another shirt, tightened up the drawstring hood over my head and went back to sleep and was Ok for the rest of the night. It is very bulky, as big when stuffed as the regular bags that walmart has in the store. The included compression stuff sack helps a *little* but not much. I thought the loft was OK. A regular sleeper would be OK down to about 32, maybe 25 with a set of thermal underwear and a hat. This might keep you alive at 5 degrees and dry, but you're going to be cold below freezing if it's humid. The zippers and stitching seem pretty good, about what you'd expect for the money.
I almost question whether it's worth it. For the weight and bulk, you could have the comfort of a rectangular bag, for a few dollars more, you can get a better mummy bag by alps mountaineering or eureka. I'm not mad I spent twentyfive, but wouldn't want to spend more than that for what I got.
Rated 4 out of 5 by pvemt Good summer bag
Used in Lake Tahoe early June when the nights are still cold .
It worked good but i dont think it would work for -5 degrees as it got a little chilly on the first night .(30 degrees at the lake )and had to put on another blanket
but i tend to run on the cold side anyway .
Good summer bag .
Rated 4 out of 5 by oldblackmar Nice, cosy sleeping bag
It's warm, cosy, and comfortable.
I just don't see the 0-5F rating, though.
I found that it's a bit hard to keep the opening
closed up, the sliding thingy opens by itself.
Rated 5 out of 5 by sasquatchwatchin Nice Mummy! Nice Price!
I bought one of these mummies for each of my kidz and they love them! Great starter sacs for young campers. Lightweight and roll up nicely to fit the compression sac. Warm and cozy, the hood cinches down to allow only nose if you like it like that. The compression sac doesn't look like it'll take much abuse (the seams strain alot), however, you can find better ones elsewhere. We will let you know later in the year how they do in da woods....
Rated 4 out of 5 by oldmarine Cold weather sleeping bag
I wanted a -20 degree bag. This was rated +5. It is a good value for the money (inexpensive). The top layer is thicker than the bottom layer so bring insulating ground cover. A little narrow for me (I am 5'9" and 200#). Nice zipper; extra padding around the neckline; double quilted- all good features. For me, probably good for +20 degrees. I'll get another for a spare for my friend.
Rated 5 out of 5 by NASHII Great Value
Ordered this bag on walmart.com and saved on shipping by sending it to my local store for pickup. The bag performed awesome during a recent camp trip. Temps dropped to 20 degrees and I would have to say that the bags cold weather limit was reached. But for the price it performed well.
Rated 5 out of 5 by BoyScoutDad Great!
I have bought two of these for my son and I. Our Boy Scout Troop does a fair amount of winter camping in Western North Carolina and these bags are worth their weight in gold! The best value going in a cold weather bag. We have been out several times in the 12-15 degree range and have been very warm and comfortable. No reason for anyone to be cold with this bag available!
Rated 5 out of 5 by EcoDayTripper Great Buy!
Great buy for the price. The sleeping bag is made from quality materials, it is comfortable, and it packs easily which is everything I was looking for. I have not had a chance to use it in the winter to test how warm it stays, but for the price I paid I could easily buy an external bivvy bag for it and still not come close to the amount that it would cost to buy a "designer" sleeping bag that would probably need a bivvy bag as well. Buy this online though as the price for 1 sleeping bag in my local store was nearly the same price as purchasing a combo of 2 from walmart.com.
Rated 5 out of 5 by tedka Great value
Kept me warm and comfortable at night.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dam02122 Look nice and big, I order this for camping in July. Will be better with cotton or fleece linen.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Chelsandra Shocked at the Great Price!
Two for forty??!!(that's what I paid) Come on! This is a no-brainer if you are strictly looking for a good deal. Overall I give it four stars. It's so warm I sweat in cold weather. It's long enough for my over six foot husband. The zippers seems sturdy and seam stitching is durable. The one point I'm taking off is for the narrowness in the legs. I feel very cramped below my knees. But if you don't wiggle much in your sleep you will be ok.
Rated 5 out of 5 by smartydog best camping purchase so far!
best $20 spent so far! roomy bag, warm-so far, great color combo. storage pocket located at top of bag for easy reach. no problems with zipper. love the compression bag, alot of bags do not include the storage bag. looked all over before purchase, nothing better or cheaper at this price. great deal, buy two!!