25 Degree - Camping & Hiking
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Sat Dec 25 00:00:00 MST 2010searchin2 Rating:5.0
Gift for grandson . . . this -25 below zero sleeping bag is beautifully constructed and love the storage bag it came in. Will not be the last product I will purchase from Grizzly or overstock. com!
Tue Sep 25 00:00:00 MDT 2012elimoore3 Rating:4.0
Sleeping bag is VERY warm. I will never get cold. I had some trouble with the zipper. It doesn't move smoothly and I had to have help holding it together above the zipper when zipping it up. Other than that it's been good.
Thu Jul 10 00:00:00 MDT 2008kidsonthemoon Rating:5.0
AWESOME...... Perfect all around.... Soft on the inside and Canvas on the outside so it does NOT slide off of the Cabin bed.... Warm enough but we use it in a cabin.... if we where big campers I might have gone with a warmer one.... But it is perfect for us... it fit hubby and I perfect and we are not the smallest people in town and i do believe one morning a 6 yr old slid in between us.... 6 yr old add on not a perfect plan but it worked for a few hours.... 5 stars all the way.... In fact I am thinking about buying 3 for the kids.... (since their bags have that slippery business on the outside...) and then perhaps i wont get the extra vistor in the morning.... Happy sleeping!
Sat Mar 17 00:00:00 MDT 2012shdoll Rating:5.0
Great bag for car camping. This is big so your not hiking with it. That said, it is so warm and comfortable. Love how big and room it is and super warm.
Sat Mar 27 00:00:00 MDT 2010lenamarlis Rating:5.0
this sleeping bag is the bomb. it is big enough for my son who is a big, tall man. it is big enough for me to stretch out like in my king bed at home. it is warm which is why i purchased the -25 degree. nothing worse that being cold when you are trying to sleep. i have actually purchased two of the two person and one (big) single. the two person could fit more than two people, but why? hahha. it comes with duffle bag and takes up no more room than all my other sleeping bags when two zipped together. obviously, if you are hiking and looking for a bag to tie to your backpack you better be ready to hike on your back, hahaha, but that is not what we bought these for. The cost was well worth it. separately, i paid the same for other bags that did not keep me warm. we camp A LOT. love you grizzly. going camping this April and so looking forward to using them then.
Wed Mar 24 00:00:00 MDT 2010jags89 Rating:5.0
I purchased this for a first time camping trip. I tried it out in my back yard where the ground has not yet warmed up. I live in washington State. I could not feel the coldness of the ground and the ground was very cold. The bag is very well made and super comfortable. It is heavy per the description.. this will be used for car camping. Not at all recommended for hiking. We were able to get the bag in the carry bag that was provided for the sleeping bag and it took two of us to make it happen. I had to roll and sit, roll and sit to decrease the batting within the bag. I will be using straps in the future to secure it. I'm very happy with this purchase
Wed Dec 29 00:00:00 MST 2010jb1964 Rating:5.0
I bought this sleeping bag after reading reviews on many other youth sleeping bags. First, can't beat the price. My daughter is 8 and slightly tall for her age, so I'm not sure how long she'll fit in it, but for now it's perfect. When she does outgrow it we can use it as an extra comforter to lazy-around in. She loves it and has slept in everyday since she got it....sometimes on the floor, sometimes on her bed. It seems very well made and very soft and warm. I don't think we'll ever test if if keeps her warm to 25 degrees. It will mostly be used for sleeping indoors and in our camping trailer. Nice sleeping bag.
Thu Jul 08 00:00:00 MDT 2010bruceperens Rating:4.0
I purchased this tent after the zipper on our Eureka Tetragon 9 failed twice during trips - the second failure after Eureka sent me a new zipper pull. We got along with safety pins and a blanket pinned over the door to save that trip. But I'm through with non-outfitter-quality tents. Car campers don't need ultra-light, and it's worth it to pay extra for a #10 zipper and two doors (the Eureka had one) if you have kids or anyone who might enter and exit the tent a lot without being gentle to the zipper. The fact that this tent costs less on overstock.com than its lower-quality competition in camping stores makes it a deal you should snap up now, before it's gone. Besides the zippers, it has 11mm fiberglass poles, one size heavier than usual, a floor almost twice as heavy as the non-ZF model of this tent, and a fuller rain-fly than many tents. We were familiar with Alps Mountaineering quality from their camp chair, which is rated for a person weighing up to 425 pounds! I only weigh 200, and don't worry about our 10-year-old jumping into my lap on that chair! We put a queen-size inflatable mattress and a double-size inflatable in this tent, leaving little floor room but we all sleep really well that way. The tent is 8x10 and the doors are on the long sides, which means that they'll be on the front and back if you use big mattresses as we do. However, they are big doors, and they open opposite of each other, so the back one will admit the person on the left without much disturbance to a person on the right, and vice-versa. The ZF model has no side windows (which the non-ZF Meramac seems to have from the photo I've seen). The windows in the doors are large enough. There is no way to close the mesh vents at the top, although the rain fly will be over them. This will mean that your tent won't get internal condensation, but might be a bit colder than one with zipper flaps over the vents (like the Eureka Tetragon). The next time we do camping with 40-degree nights, I might try throwing a polyester blanket over those vents, under the fly. This tent seems taller than the Eureka Tetragon 9, and the attic is smaller than the Eureka. There are two pockets. Since my family likes more storage than tent attics and pockets ever provide, I bought two Zen Class Travel Organizers to use inside of the tent. No rain test yet. Meramac 5 ZF FG Specs: Base Size: 8' x 10' Center Height: 6' Tent Area: 80 sq. ft. Tent and Fly Weight: 14 lb. 3 oz. Total Weight: 15 lb. Packed Size: 8" x 25" Pole Diameter: 11 mm Sorry that the software has discarded my paragraph breaks! At least in the preview I saw. Overstock.com guys, please fix that.
Wed Dec 14 00:00:00 MST 2011mpodz Rating:5.0
My husband winter camps and he says the sleeping bag keeps him warm.
Wed Jan 06 00:00:00 MST 2010scvc Rating:5.0
Very pleased with this product
Sat Nov 28 00:00:00 MST 2009richard4 Rating:5.0
Camped out in 50 degree weather and was very warm.
Mon Dec 28 00:00:00 MST 2009gramma4aeaj Rating:5.0
I bought these for my grandsons in Canada, and they love them. They love that the inside is a flannel, not a slippery nylon. Great for sleepovers or summer camping.
Sun Jan 03 00:00:00 MST 2010joyin5546 Rating:5.0
Ordered these for grandkids for Christmas. Great quality and value.
Fri Dec 17 00:00:00 MST 2010notreceived1 Rating:1.0
Because I never received this sleeping bag, I cannot review it.
Fri Nov 20 00:00:00 MST 2009magnag Rating:5.0
These sleeping bag were bought for gifts for two young boy. They like them.
Thu Dec 16 00:00:00 MST 2010athosana Rating:5.0
On time in good shape and what I had order. The package was ok and the order was complete.
Sat Oct 23 00:00:00 MDT 2010jennihouse Rating:5.0
My husband loves this sleeping bag! It has enough room, and is plenty warm (but not overly so). It does take up some space and is kind of heavy.
Thu Nov 25 00:00:00 MST 2010mattryanmom Rating:5.0
my son loves the warmth and soft inside material. mommy likes the price.
Thu Jan 03 00:00:00 MST 2008kjb1955 Rating:5.0
My husband loves his sleeping bag it is just what he wanted. It is warm enough to sleep outside or in front of the fireplace at home. Thanks!
Tue Dec 20 00:00:00 MST 2011battocletti Rating:5.0
would buy it again. It has a nice design inside the sleeping bag.