I used this sleeping bag for three nights while camping in Northern Wisconsin this summer. It got down to the mid to low 50's at night, and it kept me quite cozy. I usually need a lot of covers at night, especially when it's cold, but I was able to sleep in this sleeping bag with just shorts and a tee shirt no problem. It didn't leave me sweating nor freezing in that weather. The little pocket shown in the picture on the green side with the lantern on it was perfect for holding my cellphone.
- How accurate was the sizing? I didn't measure it, but I'm 5'8", 120 lbs, and it fit me quite nicely
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. It is a very soft flannel, and is pretty good quality for the price.
- Was the product free of any manufacturer defects? It had a big mustard yellow colored stain on it, but I wasn't too bothered by it.
First ever review: Purchased (2) for use inside an RV with a queen sized bed 60" X 74" . These bags were chosen for size, materials and warmth rating. First criteria was size: Length, did not want the bags hanging off the end of the mattress, (limited space to walk around) so at 75 inches in length they are a nice fit. Width is good as well once a body is inside the bag. Second criteria was materials: 100% cotton was the desire, soft and non slip. These bags are replacing traditional bedding, which is a pain in the cramped quarters of an RV bedroom. Third criteria warmth: These are bags were rated for use between 30 and 50 degrees and when it gets a little to cold, the RV has a propane heater or we zip the bags together and share the heat. The colors are relatively easy on the eyes and the price was most reasonable. Regular ground shipping was ahead of schedule and they were wrapped and boxed new. These bags would not be a choice for outdoor back packing, based on bulk and weight. These bags would be rated excellent if they were in tan, beige or brown. My wife is adjusting to the colors. I personally like the colors.