Ozark Trail 4-lb Sleeping Bag WM-40WFS Rollaway Beds Shipped Within 24 Hours

We inspected everything from the zipper function to how well they rolled up. Generally, bags with the coolest additions received the best scores. However, even basic bags have features that are often missed, like recycled materials, cool colors, or unique insulation. I bought the zero degree bag and nearly froze to death. Day one, night one…the zipper tore and cord in hood broke.

And storage roll up straps are both in great condition. Thanks for viewing the vintage ozark trail sleeping bag. Browse Ozark Trail’s top-rated sleeping bags and pads and more. And every time you move your feet you get to hear the crinkle of the fabric on the bottom. The lightest and most compact in our test is the Kelty Galactic 30.

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The Kelty Galactic 30 takes the best features of the high-performance mummy and the traditional camping sleeping bag and blends them into one. Its rectangular shape is wide and non-restrictive, and it’s loaded with 550-fill duck down. These two features offer a near-perfect bag for campers desiring better-performing down insulation minus the cocooning nature of narrow mummy-shaped bags. The Galactic kept us warm down to 30 degrees Fahrenheit and maybe a touch colder.

This polyester sleeping bag features two sleeping bags that can be zipped together. The zippers come along the whole length of the sleeping bag, ensuring you safety from insect bite or frost bite. This washable sleeping bag also has elastic roll-up straps that help you to fold and store it easily. Springtime in Alabama was also on his list, as he spent several days camping along the beautiful rivers and waterfalls of the South. The Kelty Tru.Comfort 20 Doublewide is our favorite two-person model.

Our testing confirmed that shelling out three figures will generally get you a higher-performing bag. Most of the top bags we reviewed all fit in this price profile. In general, more warmth (i.e., more insulation), more features, and more comfort (i.e., higher quality materials and typically more spacious dimensions).

Bought this for backpacking because it is lightweight and packs small, but it is a complete waste of $45. Even with clothes, a thin liner and a fleece liner inside it, the bag could not dispel the cold. There was zero insulation properties as far as I could tell.