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Ledge Sports River -20 Sleeping Bag
Enjoy warm, restful sleep on your next camping trip regardless of the weather outside with this Ledge River cold weather sleeping bag. It features an adjustable hood for extra warmth, and it is water-resistant for additional comfort and versatility.
ITEM#: 11876903Stay warm on your next outdoor outing with a new River sleeping bag from Ledge. This camping equipment features a contour adjustable hood to keep you extra toasty.
- Keeps you warm in temperatures as low as -20-degrees F
- Measures 86 inches long x 34 inches wide (tapers to 24 inches wide)
- DTX durable/light 190T shell
- Softech I 190T lining
- Hibernate TH fill
- Fill weight is 5 pounds
- Pack weight is 7 pounds
- Dual wall offset union architecture
- Drawstring closure
- Barrel locks
- Contour adjustable hood
- Full-length zipper
- External pocket
- Anti-snag architecture
- Versatile webbing eyelets
- Anti-crawl zipper stops
- Equal depth foot box
- Water resistant
- Compression sack included
- Dimensions inside stuff bag: 24 inches long x 12 inches wide x 12 inches deep
|Materials||DTX 190T Shell - Softech 190T Liner|
|Rated To||-20 Degree|
|Sleeping Bag Shape||Mummy|
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Bought this for my daughter who is always cold on those camping nights.She stayed warm, loved it so much she said she'd sleep in it even when she got home.Read More
It come in ealier than I was expected. And the whole process is very smooth. Love the experience. Will shop again.Read More
Extremely Warm Bag. I can not use this for SARs as it is to heavy and does not compress as much as I need with a pack. I am still using it tho for regular camping in the mountains.Read More
I bought this sleeping bag for my 9 year old who will be camping with the Scouts. It is such high quality and at a great price! This is such a good value, I highly recommend it!Read More
I have not used the bag yet but I don't like to be cold and I think this one will keep me warm. It's almost double the size of my old North Face mummy bag so it's a bag for car camping. You do not want to back pack with this bag. I can't wait to craw in on some nice cold night. I'm a big guy and there's still room to move around inside of this bag.Read More
I did not expect much for a $40.00 sleeping bag, but was I surprised when I open this one up and crawled inside. Very well made and very roomy even for a 6'2" like myself. Don't know how it will test at -20 degrees and may never know but this is one superior sleeping bag for the price. I think I may order one for the wife.Read More
Usually I wouldn't rant about a product unless it is truly exceptional, but this Ledge River bag is just that. For an incredibly low price, you get a bag that is warm, comfortable, and ready to tackle more serious outdoor adventures. To keep it simple, when I got the bags, they were a little larger than I thought, but I also noticed how light they are. When Taken out of the stuff sack, they are poofy and comfortable, and they keep you very warm. I was quite pleased when I realised how easy it was to stuff back inside. All you do is roll it up. There is no tricks, no grunting, and no hassle what-so-ever! Definitely one of my favorite pieces of gear already. I would reccomend this bag to anyone, even if you are not going to be in extreme climates. It is very comfortable, and it would probably be fine without a mat beneath it, so long as you were dry (I reccomend having one though). Overall, a great bag for a great price. A must have for anybody looking for a good quality sleeping bag.Read More
I bought these sleeping bags for my husband and son who would be attending a winter camporee. The boys used them this weekend (January 20-22, 2012) and were very warm in their bags. The weather was about 22 degrees overnight, and they awoke to a few inches of snow. The campsite is located on the Sound. Of course they wore layers, but we are pleased with the warmth of these bags provided, and would recommend these for anyone attending an outdoor adventure in a tent. Thank you for the reviews from others, as I used that as a guide to purchasing these.Read More
I brought this sleeping bag winter camping in a cabin. It worked GREAT and I was toasty all night long. Highly recommend this sleeping bag, great value too!Read More
I bought this sleeping bag for my teenage daughter to go on a school trip that required them to sleep in an unheated building. Although it probably didn't get below 40, she was the only one that didn't get cold. She had trouble repacking it, but once we had it home, we were able to get it back into the sack. Overall, this is a great sleeping bag, especially for the price.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hi 1shadow2, we were able to verify this information with our support team. The fill is a synthetic hibernate TH fill. We hope this helps. Thanks for shopping with us.
What are the dimensions of this sleeping bag when in stuff bag? What size of backpack would I need to carry this bag?
Thank you for contacting us rrandall. It is 24 inches, x 12 inches, x 12 inches. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
How do I order a left and a right handed zipper so that I can place them together as other reviewers have stated?
Thanks for you interest, you would buy 2 of them, when you unzip all the way you could attach the 2 bags together.
Is there a difference in the red bag and the blue bag? Do they both have their zipper on the same side? What does the blue bag actually look like?
The blue bag looks just like the red one,just different color and the zippers are the same. Unfortunately we don't have a picture.Please let me know if you have any further question.
what is the overall weight of the bag?
The shipping weight of the bag is 10 pounds.
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