In the distant past I've done a lot of camping and backpacking in Colorado, and look forward to camping with my grandchildren next summer. Having just received the bag, I tried it out last night by placing it on a foam pad in a cold room and sleeping in it, waking up overheated in about an hour. This sleeping bag may be large enough for two small adults to cozily share. With multiple zippers, the sleeping bag can be converted into a large blanket. If you got caught in bad weather and the bag got soaking wet, the ability to open it up completely would be really helpful when hanging it out to dry. Fabric loops are attached to each of 4 exterior corners, presumably to facilitate hanging the bag to air out or dry out. I used a squirt bottle to spray a little water on the bag's exterior and the water beaded up. If you spilled a drink on the bag and wiped it up right away, the bag would probably remain quite dry. Three zippered storage compartments on the bottom of the exterior could accommodate socks, underwear, or other small, soft items. Two interior mesh stash pockets attached at shoulder level could probably accommodate a smartphone, eyeglass case, or miscellaneous items. On the bottom of the bag, at both the head and foot, are sleeves that can be used to secure a sleeping pad; a strap at mid bag to help keep everything together. When compressed into the smaller containment bag the measurements are about 17” x 9” x 8”. The included large mesh storage bag (about 36” long) is recommended for long term storage, allowing the bag to breathe and preventing the insulation from compacting. Shipping weight was 3 pounds. I think this is a great sleeping bag for anyone who wants a very roomy sleeping bag. After fully unzipping the bag and opening it up like a blanket, I had a little bit of trouble re-connecting two overlapping zippers due to their close proximity. Not really a negative feature, but it took me a few minutes to get the two zippers aligned so I could zip them up again. I should have paid more attention to their alignment before I unzipped them.
OmniCore Designs M-3D 30°F / -1.1℃ Multi-Down Hooded Mummy Sleeping Bag (Regular & XL)
Arrives by Mon, Aug 17
Ships to San Leandro, 1919 Davis St
About This Item
- Mulit-DownInsulation to combine benefits of Duck Down and StratusLoft
- 3DConstruction to maximize insulation and comfort
- Ultra Durable and water resistant 75-denier Diamond Ripstop (DWR) Shell
- Hooded traps the heat radiating away through your head
- Pillow Pocket allows you to stuff clothes or keeps the camp pillow (sold separately) in place
- Draft tubes, collarsand baffles to trap the warm air in and keep cold air out
- Stash Pockets: (2) internal mesh and (3) zipper external keeps things organized
- Sleeping Pad Sleeve will keep you from rolling off your pad at night
- Compression sack to keep the bag smallfor ease of transport
- Storage sack included to let the down breathe and keep its insulating properties
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|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
80.00 x 33.00 x 6.00 Inches
Great Sleeping bag for all
I like that the right side zipper opens all the way down the right side as the left side zipper only goes down about 1/3 of the way down. This allows me to be able to get in and out easily. I also like the storage places at the foot of the sleeping bag. There are three separate zip-up compartments, I don't know if they are for only storage or if you can place heat pads to help keep your feet warmer. I didn't try that but I was able to store away items like tooth paste, tooth brush, comb, brush, deodorant, rinse cup as well as snacks that are enclosed either seal-able bags and or small containers with close tops. I also had things like lighters, toilet paper, wipes, starter paper used to start a camp fire. So you can use it to store small items that you wish not to get wet. All the items stayed dry. The back is designed with a section that is sewn to where an opening is left for you to be able to place (and it would secure) a foam pad the size of the sleeping bag and or a flat piece of board for those with back problems (those don't come with this sleeping bag – must purchase or make yourself). It is a sturdy sleeping bag that kept me warm in 25 – 30 degrees of cold weather. It is so well insulated that I was warm pretty quick each time I got back into it (since I had a few bathroom runs that I had to make one day-lol). Another benefit of this sleeping bag is the hood; it allows you to have your head covered without having to be zipped in like a cocoon! This sleeping bag is made convenient for storage. Once you are done using you can roll it up put it into the convenient storage bag that is mesh designed, plus a bag that allows you to protect your sleeping bag prior to placing it in the mesh bag by using the other storage bag that is water proof and has a clip-on top to help protect your sleeping bag when storing it away. I almost forgot this sleeping bag has attached strips on each corner of the sleeping bag that allows you to be able to secure your sleeping bag to the ground with stakes (which don't come with this sleeping bag). I believe you can also use them to hang up your sleeping bag when not in use during the day when camping so that you can air it out as well as keep it off the ground when not in use.
I would recommend this sleeping bag for anyone who is looking to keep warm while out in the woods or if you play camping in the back yard. It will keep you warm and is very comfortable too!
Down Hooded Mummy Sleeping Bag.
This sleeping bag is about seven feet long, with a hood to keep your head warm. It is down filled and has excellent insulation. It offers plenty of room to move around inside the warm bag. It closes up into a nice package, as shown in the photo, and comes with its' own bag for storage or carrying. This is a quality product. I look forward to sleeping out with it.
VERY COMFORTABLE/SUPER WARM a bit heavy
I received this product for free to write a review. I gave it 5 stars because the comfort and warmth level far outweighed the weight and lack of instructions. My nephew tested this out for me when he went to his camp. It was only about 34 degrees and worked wonderfully. He said he even had to unzip the separate area for his feet because he was too hot. There are hard bunk beds in the camp so he used the straps on the sleeping bag to connect it to the hard mattress. He said it was very easy to secure and it lasted the entire 3 nights he was there. It was the most comfortable sleeping bag he'd ever used. It had inside pockets on both sides for your necessities like phone, keys, etc. It also has 3 mesh pockets at the end of the foot area. I know it says mummy sleeping bag, but it is more of a box shape than mummy. The XL bag is very generous. My nephew is 6'2 and 225 and he was comfortable in it. There are added comfort features like a spot to stuff with clothes and/or a pillow for your head and there are zippers on both sides so you can adjust it any way you like. The only things he didn't care for were that there were no instructions on how to fold it to get it back to the compressed look. So he just folded it as best he could and put it in the mesh sack that came with it. He said it was a bit weighty if he were on a true camping trip, but for trips to his camp he loves this bag. It has permanently replaced his sheets/blankets/pillows that he normally has to pack and haul to the camp.
OmniCore Mummy multi-down bag keeps you cozy!
The OmniCore Designs mult-down hooded mummy sleeping bag is the way to go for any outdoor lover, regardless of the weather! With the capability of withstanding 30 degree Fahrenheit cold weather, it is an amazing water resistant sleeping bag utilizing its coverage without adding to the weight. It has three zipper pockets for stashing items away, two internal mesh and three zipper external. It traps the heat that usually radiates away from the head with the ‘hooded' feature, allowing more warmth to be captured and stay within the bag. The oversized hood also allows either packing of clothes to the head or keep a sleeping pillow in place sleeping comfortably almost like at home. It also comes with a storage sack to put it in without having to squeeze and roll tightly, letting the down breathe. You could also choose to use the compression sack to tightly keep the sleeping bag for easier transportation in a smaller package. This sleeping bag does not skimp on qualities and is very much worth the money when looking to bring the comforts of home into your outdoor adventures!
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