Blackpine Sports Grizzly -25 Degree RipStop Sleeping Bag (Blue)

May 16, 2019 - Comment
Add to Cart $150.82Amazon.com Price
(as of 09:34 GMT+0200 - Details)

Grizzly bags offer the most durable comfortable and warm bags on the market with all the features that you would expect from Black Pine Sports our bags are wider and longer than the competition with the choice of either a canvas shell or rip-stop shell an

Product Features

  • Roomy ripstop sleeping bag rated to -25 degrees F, great for winter camping
  • Durable ripstop nylon shell with two-layer offset construction for superior warmth
  • Microfiber insulation, oversized draft tubes, and chest baffles
  • Cozy flannel lining; heavy-duty MAX double zippers
  • Measures 90 inches long, 40 inches wide (shoulder to foot); weighs 9.5 pounds

Comments

Anonymous says:

BEST BAG EVER!!! This bag deserves 10 stars. I am a FL girl that works country wide during the winter sleepng up to 4 nights a week in a truck. Last night was my first night using it in Tennessee (34°) and I slept like a baby. I was totally warm but not overly so (I slept sockless in a t shirt and stretchy pants) This bag is absolutely beyond my expectation in terms of comfort and warmth. I’m 5′ 2 of average weight and had more than enough room to move around and turn over (wasn’t constricted at all). It’s only…

Anonymous says:

Skip the canvas shell get the ripstop I use this at base camp on elk hunts I have been caught in a blizzard sleeping in a Cabela’s tent without a heater and I was warm in the sleeping bag the trick is having a quality cot with a quality sleeping pad and using the drawstrings to keep heat from escaping. I love the sleeping bag so much I bought a second -50 sleeping bag for my wife and we even figured out that it warmer weather we can zip them together huge sleeping bag with lots of leg room warm large and heavy NOT for backpacking…

Anonymous says:

Smaller than advertised. This bag is significantly smaller than advertised, both on Amazon and on the box and product itself. It says it’s 40 x 90, but being as charitable as possible (stretching it to make sure it wasn’t just compressed), my measurements came out to about 36 x 86.It’s too bad, because this seems like a great bag otherwise. I just don’t understand why they would lie about the dimensions.I’m returning it now, and probably won’t be buying this brand again.

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