is there a gap between the zips at the end? if so, how long is it?? As I want to use this with a hammock, zipping over the outside of the hammock, so there must be a gap for the cords to fit through (about 4-5 inches long)
Ledge River +0 Degree Sleeping Bags (Pack of 2)
Perfect for the avid outdoorsman, you can stay warm on your next camping or hiking trip with these extra-warm sleeping bags. The pack of two mummy-shaped bags feature a super soft fill for warmth and comfort, external pocket, and drawstring closure.
ITEM#: 13481573These River +0 degree sleeping bags from Ledge feature a warm, Hibernate TH Extreme Quattro super soft fill. These sleeping bags include an external pocket, drawstring closure and anti-snag architecture.
- Pack of 2
- Rating: 0-degrees Fahrenheit
- Shell: DTX Durable 190T
- Lining: Softech I 190T
- Fill: Hibernate TH Extreme Quattro
- Fill weight: 3.6 pounds
- Pack weight: 5.5 pounds
- Uncompressed Size: 17 inches long, 1 inches in diameter
- Stuff sack included
- Drawstring closures
- Barrel locks
- Thermo zipper shield
- Pro contour adjustable hood
- Full length two-way zipper
- External pocket
- Anti-snag architecture
- Versatile webbing eyelets
- Anti-crawl zipper stop
- 3D depth foot box
- Water resistant
- Storage stuff bag included
- Size: 86 inches long x 34 inches wide x 24 inches deep
|Dimensions||See product description|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Manufacturer|
|Rated To||0 Degree|
|Warmth Level||Extra Warmth Winter|
|Fits Up To||6 ft. 1 in. to 6 ft. 6 in.|
|Sleeping Bag Shape||Mummy|
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Excellent purchase for the cost. Very warm and seems to be well constructed. It is like getting two bags for the price of one.Read More
Bought theses sleeping bags for back packing. After I recieved the bags I was pretty excited they looked great and they seemed to be well made. I wanted to try it out before a upcoming backpack trip so I slep in it on my bed one night. The bag is very warm and toasty. The bag felt a little restrictive but I managed (5 ft 9in 170 lbs). The bag was plenty long and I had no problems with that. The only complaints I have about these bags are that there is no inside zipper tab which dosent help at all if you mummy up in the bag. The other complaint is that these bags dont stuff down small enough to be a great backpacking sleeping bag. I was able to compress them in a compression sack down to about 10x12 and the sack looked like it might explode. Also the bag is kind of heavy to be a backpack sleeping bag. Overall I am pleased with these bags and will use them on car campng trips but not for back packing. ** note** these bags were not advertised as backpacking bags but I have tested them and theses are my findings. My final thoughts on these bags are they are a great buy and work very well I would recommend them.Read More
I thought the bag was comfortable and roomy enough but at 31 degrees we were cold at night . I bought these bags for the 0 degree rating and we were disapointed in there performance and needed extra blankets.Read More
These were each wrapped in a matching tie-cinch bag, then again in a clear plastic bag which is helpful if you want to keep the cover bag clean. As soon as I unwrapped it one evening, my daughter climbed in and played with the hood and tie features which can fit right around her small head, or be opened larger for adults. She figured out quickly there was a tiny zipped pocket for storing whatever you might need there. Within a few minutes, she fell right asleep in the bag and overnight. The material is sturdy, soft, and comfortable. The zippers worked great to open from one side. It was neat because this is a pair of sleeping bags, the zipper on one bag faced the same (mirror) side as the the zipper on the other bag, so that with the bags opened, two people can face each other. I used these once so far on a camping trip. Although the weather was not freezing, it did get cold outside, but inside the bags, it was completely warm. I would highly recommend these!!Read More
My husband and son used these for camping. It got down to about 35 degrees at night and they said they were fine, not cold. Very comfortable too.Read More
We camped in 36 degree weather in Yellowstone National Park. While it kept us fairly warm, I would still advise bundling up and wearing thick socks, etc. It definitely wasn't hot in there and I wouldn't want to be out in 0-degree weather with just these bags. Also, I learned that I'm not a big fan of mummy sleeping bags. Movement was difficult and I was uncomfortable being so confined. I'm 5' 10" and weigh 215 and it was a struggle to move very much at all. Overall it was a very good value for the money, but I would bring a few extra blankets just to be sure you're warm.Read More
Product is great for the price. Seriously, you can't buy anything cheaper. Very roomy which I like. We used sleeping bags in 35 degree weather and it was fine. I would not use it any lower than that unless you are supplementing it with warm clothing and some type of face and head covering. Sleeping bags are for car camping. They are too big and bulky for hiking.Read More
THESE SLEEPING BAGS ARE FOR OUR SON AND HIS FUTURE WIFE FOR CHRISTMAS THERE HONEYMOON WILL BE IN CANADA AND THEY PLAN ON DOING SOME BACKPACKING THESE SLEEPING BAGS ARE GREAT AND I CAN'T WAIT UNTIL THEY OPEN THEM ON CHRISTMAS EVE. I LOVE GIVING GIFTS THAT ARE VERY CREATIVE AND THEY NEVER HAVE A CLUE WHAT TO EXPECT.Read More
My husband and I just used these sleeping bags on a camping trip. It was only in the 50s at night so I can't comment on whether they are good in very low temperatures, but at 50 degrees they are more than sufficient (I actually was a little warm and had to open up the zipper at night). The quality is very good, and the length is good for a tall person (my husband is 6'3") They also made an otherwise uncomfortable cot feel more comfortable. .A litlte tough to get back in the stuff sack, but that's normal for most sleeping bags. For the price you really can't find anything better than this. I highly recommend these sleeping bags.Read More
Questions & Answers
There is a small gap at the foot of the bag through which cords could fit through, but it is only about 1 inch wide.
Hi is this product in size XL?
There is only one size: 86 inches long x 34 inches wide x 24 inches deep.
Can these be zipped together? And are they 5.5 lbs each or together ? Thanks
These sleeping bags are not designed to zip together. They weigh 5.5 pounds each.
can I store the sleeping bag in the sack it came with or do I need a separate storage bag?
Yes, it can be stored in the bag that it arrives in.
No, they do not zip together.
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