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Rokk Sundance 3-Pound Comfort Top Sleeping Bag (Black/Green)


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  • Versatile four-option convertible sleeping bag with removable poly/cotton percale sheet and removable hood
  • Bag measures 33 by 78 inches (W x L) two anti-snag self-repairing zippers for ventilation control
  • Three pounds of 100 percent recycled EnviroTemp Fiberfill insulation
  • Durable ripstop polyester outer polyester liner quilt-thru construction
  • Rated for 35 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit
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Technical Details
Item Weight2.7 Kg
Product Dimensions40.6 x 25.4 x 25.4 cm
Item model numberRK49705
Number of Items1
Brand NameROKK
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #135,110 in Sports & Outdoors (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.7 Kg
Date First AvailableMay 14 2011
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Great idea, but not exactly as described Aug. 23 2012
By Dee L - Published on
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Used this sleeping bag for the first time in the catskills the first week in August. It says it's rated for 35 - 60 degree weather, but it wasn't below 50 and I was freezing. The sheet that they say you can remove, is not removeable. It is sewn into the left side and has toggle clasps on the right side to hold it in place. You can unzip both sides and remove the top of the bag and just use the sheet if you want.
Also, because both sides do unzip, there is approx. a 3 inch gap at the foot of the sleeping bag where the two zippers fail to come together.(If you look really close at the picture above you can see a small bulge at the foot of the bag, that's where the gap is.) All I kept thinking all night was, "is something going to crawl in and touch my feet". I don't understand why they wouldn't at least try to overlap the zippers, who in thier right mind wants an opening at the foot of thier sleeping bag. It also felt a lot thinner than I would have expected for a name brand. I had a cheap walmart brand bag that came free with my old tent that was fluffier than this.

Now for the pros: First I love the colors. It's a nice light olive green and dark charcoal grey. I also love the hood on it. It definitely helped keep the heat in around my head and neck. The stuff sack it comes in is really cool. It has a cinch sak and then another piece that caps it and clips on. Helps to keep it clean and dry. Also, I love the pocket on the outside top of the hood. I was able to put a mini flashlight in it, just in case I had to get up in the dark, there would be no searching for a light.

Overall though, I was dissappointed. I love the concept of the bag with a hood, zip pocket, and stuff sak, but the actual item fails to live up to the description. Especially the hole at the bottom and the non-removeable sheet. After being cold at night it would have been nice to know I could replace the cotton sheet with a flannel one, but no. Not sure yet if I will return this or just buy a new one and use the bottom layer of this one to add more cushioning and take advantage of the hood.