Ozark Trail 0.44lb/32F Down Mummy Sleeping Bag

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Ozark Trail 0.44lb/32F Down Mummy Sleeping Bag

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This Ozark Trail Sleeping Bag comes in a sealed compression bag that makes it easy to take with you when you go when camping or hiking. It can also be used in the house for sleepovers or at summer camp. The 32-Degree Mummy Lightweight Down Sleeping Bag is designed with a shape that will keep as much heat in as possible to keep you warm and snug all night long. This sleeping bag uses a neck gasket to keep the heat in. An internal pocket gives you a place to put your phone, wallet or just about anything you want to store safely. Made with lightweight mini ripstop fabric, the down-filled Ozark Sleeping Bag is soft to the touch.
Ozark Trail 0.44lb/32F Down Mummy Sleeping Bag:
  • 32-degree sleeping bag
  • Down-filled lightweight sleeping bag
  • Neck gasket
  • Sealed compression bag

Specifications

Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
Multi Pack Indicator: No
Model No.: DOWN S.BAG
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 4.28
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 0.393 x 0.393 x 0.393
Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
Origin of Components: Imported
Walmart No.: 550947626

Customer Product Reviews

Rated 4.1 out of 5★ by 56reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Great Value! This bag is amazingly light and small, and that's before you compress it with the included compression sack. Mine weighs 23.5 ounces and compresses down to slightly larger than a can of tennis balls. I'm 6'3"/200 lbs and the bag fits me well although it's fairly snug at the shoulders. The construction and materials are excellent for a bag at this price. I am particularly impressed with the stuffed draft collar that seals off around your neck with a draw-cord. The hood has a separate draw-cord which does a great job of cinching the hood down around your face. The duck down distribution seems pretty consistent throughout the bag and I have no worries about using this down into the 30's. It has a 3/4 length side zipper making it ideal to open up and use as a top quilt in a hammock. If you need a light, compact, well constructed bag, there's no reason not to get this one. 04/18/2013
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Great bag for the money I bought this bag for backpacking on an impulse when i happen to see it in walmart while browsing. I had planned on spending $200+ on a name brand exspensive bag, but wheni seen how small this bag compressed and for the price i decided to go with it.THE GOOD: the bag seems to be made very well and of high quality. The zipper snags a little but does better than i thought it would for the price. The bag has no problem at all stuffing into the compression sack.THE BAD: I am 6'00" and 290lbs (not your typical backpacker) and i cannot use this bag. The length is not an issue, but when i get the zipper to my shoulders there is NO WAY both arms are fitting into this bag and/or it zipping up.CONCLUSION: the only reson i could not give this bag 5 stars is due to it not fitting me. for most people that would use this bag i would never imagine them having a problem. I did wind up giving this bag to my brother who is 6'2" and 230lbs and it fits him ok. ok as in it works but it is a snug fit. so i would recommend this bag in a heartbeat to anyone of a typical or athletic build. i do not think you could go wrong for the money. 03/10/2013
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Better than expected for the price I was intrigued by the size (about that of a 2 liter bottle) and weight of about 1.5 pounds of this bag for the money and decided to try it out. While people and situations can be different, I found it was good enough at 30 degrees. I think the ground was not to cold with the days being in the 50s and nights in the 20-30 range. I was in a tent with an old egg crate type of pad and a self inflating pad and slept all night and felt a little chilly in the morning as the sun was coming up. I am 5'7" and 180 pounds and it fit me ok. It has a left hand zipper. It feels very thin and if you hold it up to a bright light, you can see big gaps in the down. As light and thin as it is it feels like like it would not work at all, but it did. I don't recall getting poked by the feathers as I have in some other bags. It has a neck baffle and a nicely insulated head box. The zipper seemed fine to me. I have used a $400 30 degree 1.5 pound Western Mountaineering bag that I think is better, but not that much better. Unless you are a hard core hiker that lives on the trail, this bag might work for ya. 04/06/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Not Necessarily Truly A 32-degree Bag, But Good You have to know what you're getting--this bag isn't 800 fill-power down by any means, but it's a good basic bag if you dry it awhile with a few tennis balls to restore the loft in the feathers/down combination that fills this bag. Supplemented with proper headwear or the bag's built-in hood, you're probably good down to freezing. For the ultralighter with OCD--and face it, you have OCD if you're an ultralight hiker--the zipper, cords and cordlocks, and hood removed will yield a very small bag. I even added a little extra 800FP down to give the bag a little more puff. Like I said--if you know what you're getting into, you'll be satisfied by this base bag.The stuff-sack weighs in at 50grams, which is a little hefty if you bother to remove the zipper and other unnecessaries while converting this to a top quilt--which is the standard practice of lightweight hikers. For the hammocker, this bag could share the hammock stuffsack itself, saving the 50g stuffsack. As a hammock underquilt there is definite promise here with a little modification.A great bag if you understand what it is. 06/23/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Wow! Amazing bag for the price! Saw it in the store, couldn't believe the price and the light weight. Had to give it a try. Love it! Very light, with compression sack so it takes very little space in my pack. Tried it out last weekend before buying another one for my son. Not sure I'd be comfortable at 32 degrees without a liner, but I'm not comfortable in my weightier non-down bag at 32 degrees without a liner either and this one is amazingly light. My first trip with it was about 40 at night and although I noticed the "cool" in a few spots I was definitely not cold, and I think a good shake of the down to the top before laying down (which I can do in this bag since the baffles are sewn around instead of lengthwise =) will do the trick for me. In short, loved this bag - light, compact and great 3-season bag (at least in California). It is a little narrow, which was still perfect for me with moving room to spare (5'4" narrow female) and I doubt my son will even notice the slightly cool spots I felt since he tends to stay warmer than I do anytime anyway.Overall, extremely glad I bought it. This will be my go-to bag - definitely! 04/28/2013
Rated 3 out of 5★ by I am not sure what to say I have mixed reviews on this sleeping bag. I love it for its size and weight. These two characteristics are what led me to buy it for a 30 mile backpacking trip. I hoped that despite my expectations regarding a Walmart product, it would perform well. I spent two nights in it sleeping in the Sawtooth Wilderness of Idaho. On the first night, I woke up cold. Whatever part of my body was facing up (a hip, my knees) was just chilly enough to wake me up (but not to kill me). The temperature had to be around 40 degrees. The next night, I woke up hot. I unzipped and then later crawled out and used it as a blanket. It was clearly a warmer night. Both nights I wore the same clothes--a poly base layer, wool socks, and a ski cap. I spent both nights in the same tent (an excellent Black Diamond tent) and on the same pad (Thermarest Prolite 4). My instincts say that this is not a 32 degree bag as it claims to be. I want to use it again to really put it to the test and find out if it is a worthwhile summer bag. 07/27/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Fantastic sleeping bag This bag is a bargain for the price. It's light warm and toasty and the best bit of it it folds so small. I use it for camping on a motorcycle so space is premium. This fits into such a small space I can fit it in my tent bag.Well worth the money, other stores will charge 500% more for the same product.I am pleased. 05/10/2013
Rated 3 out of 5★ by (Duck) down bag for less than $100! Since I was about to recommend this steal of a bag to my scouts' parents, I decided to spend a night in it last night. Finished up working really late and didn't feel like pitching a tent, so I laid down an Exped UL7 mat on our trampoline, then took it out of the sack and fluffed it up. I climbed into a pair of wool socks, a set of poly thermal bottoms and sweat pants, and a midweight top and wool beanie. Climbed into a Sea to Summit Reactor liner (claims to lower a bag's comfort zone by 10 to 20 degrees; I'd say more like 10) and then into the bag. Temps dropped to 33-35 degrees.I was OK and there were a couple cold spots, but I survived. Not toasty though, especially not with this little amount of fill. I'd say this is a great lightweight summer bag, comfortable to 45 degrees, or as a really packable second bag for shoulder and winter trips. Unless a skinny scout's metabolism burns way hotter than mine, it is really unlikely he'd be able to sleep in the bag to freezing point without extra clothes and a fleece liner like I did.Without the sack it weighs 1lb 7oz. Trimming or removing the enormous drawstring could shave another ounce or so.It does smell like you'd imagine a large building with thousands of ducks would smell. I'm thinking the bag's manufacturer didn't bother with a cleanliness clause in the contract with their down supplier. Or is this how all duck down smells? Some folks may have trouble with allergic response to this down and should try it out before relying on it for an extended trip. 04/12/2013
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