Mountain Trails Allegheny 25-Degree Oversized Sleeping Bag (Black/Blue)
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- Oversized sleeping bag with 25 degree F temperature rating
- Filled with 5 pounds of hypoallergenic InsulTherm polyester fill
- Quilted polyester construction keeps fill from shifting
- Self-repairing coil zipper lets you mate 2 bags together
- Measures 81 x 38 inches includes 2 bundling ties for storage
A great choice for chilly spring and fall evenings, the Mountain Trails Allegheny oversized sleeping bag delivers a comfortable night's sleep time and again. The Allegheny--which boasts a 25-degree F temperature rating--is filled with 5 pounds of hypoallergenic InsulTherm polyester fill, a cozy material that provides good warmth retention. The bag's quilted polyester construction, meanwhile, keeps the fill from shifting and eliminates cold spots. And campers will love the self-repairing coil zipper, which lets you mate two like bags together to form a double sleeper. Ideal for campers who like a little extra room to maneuver, the machine-washable bag measures an extra-large 81 inches long by 38 inches wide and includes two bundling ties for easy storage.
- Temperature rating: 25 degrees F
- Size: 81 by 38 inches
- Fill weight: 5 pounds
- Fill type: InsulTherm polyester
- Outer: Polyester
- Liner: Polyester
- Zipper: Self-repairing
- Storage: 2 ties
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
Where i did find problems was durability. Now i in no way treated the sleeping bag with care... I tossed it around quite a bit. However, BOTH zippers broke off after getting caught on the inside fabric. It is still functional but there is no handle to grab on the zipper. I felt like they were extra fragile so be careful with them. The material alsi is not heavy duty. I occasionally use a fan at night for the white noise and the breeze could be felt THROUGH the sleeping bag. This is expected though, it is not rated for extreme use and is lightweight. It keeps me very warm without a strong breeze, but dont go into the mountains in winter with this either.
Overall, it is a below average sleeping bag. HOWEVER, for the price it is very, very decent and was well worth the money. I still use it now in the summer as a lightweight blanket (you can open it up) and sometimes i use it as a liner.
The quality of the bag is fine and it was well put together. It was definitely large enough and I wasn't cold (it was around 40 degrees). However, the synthetic fabrics used made me feel like I was sleeping in a plastic bag. Overall I was not comfortable sleeping in it. We have other sleeping bags that cost about the same, which provide a much more comfortable sleep.