Rated 4 out of 5★ by 3reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5★ by DebiaM Good Sleeping Bag for Warm-Weather Camping I was looking for a comfortable, lightweight, inexpensive sleeping bag for late spring camping in the Smoky Mountains - not too hot, not too cold - and this one fits the bill! This is a comfortable bag, but the lower temperature rating of 40 degrees may be a little optimistic - I was just right at about 50 degrees, and I tend to feel warm. You may need to wear something warm in the sleeping bag if it gets much colder than 50.The lining is soft & comfy, and I like that the lining laps over the opening - nice and soft under the chin. The zipper works well.I slept in it for 6 nights, washed and dried it, and it looks like new.I think this would be too bulky and heavy for back-pack camping, but it is fine for "car" camping in a tent.Two drawbacks: 1 - If you have ANY rough places on your feet, you will need to wear socks - the lining will "stick" to those rough spots. 2 - I will never be able to get the bag back into the stuff sack again, which is not a problem for me - I can probably find another use for the sack. The ties seem to work well.It is listed online for $19.88 with a "prices may vary in stores" disclaimer; I paid $25.97 for this bag in the store last week. You may want to order it for the online price and have it sent to your local store and save a few $$. 06/14/2012
Rated 4 out of 5★ by MammaMiato3 Good value I would have given it 4 stars if it was easier to put back in the storage bag it came with.I bought this for my kids for camp and they said it was comfortable.I would recommend for the price and it is a better grade of bag then the ozark ones they sell on here. 06/28/2012