Coleman Brazos Cold Weather Sleeping Bag

May 25, 2017 - Comment
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Sleep comfortably, even when it’s 20⁰ F outside in the Coleman Brazos Cold Weather Sleeping Bag. The specially-designed, patented zipper system plows through the fabric to avoid snags, even around the bottom corner. The Thermolock System reduces heat loss though the zipper, and Fiberlock Construction prevents insulation from shifting—extending the life of your sleeping bag. When you’re ready to pack up, the patented Roll Control System keeps the bag in place for easier rolling and the stuff sack makes packing and storing a cinch. The sleeping bag is machine washable.Nothing is as crucial to a successful camping trip as a good night’s sleep, and the Coleman Brazos Cold-Weather sleeping bag will keep you cozy down to 20 degrees Fahrenheit. The bag measures 33 by 75 inches (W x D), and fits most campers up to five feet, eleven inches tall. Durably constructed of a stain-resistant polyester outer with soft tricot liner, the Brazos holds four pounds of proprietary ColeTherm insulation. A QuickCord system makes for easy packing and storage, with no tying required.

Completely machine washable, this sleeping bag includes Coleman’s ComfortSmart technology, meaning it’s full of features to keep you warm and comfortable, such as: ZipPlow: Prevents zipper snags by plowing fabric away from zipper Roll Control: Locks bag in place for easier rolling FiberLock: Prevents insulation from shifting, increasing durability ThermoLock: Reduces heat loss through the zipper, keeping you warmer Certified Temperature Rating: Independently tested for temperature accuracy Zipper Glide Tailoring: Allows smooth zipper operation around the corner Comfort Cuff: Surrounds your face with softness

The Coleman Limited Warranty
All Coleman products have a warranty against defects in material and workmanship, and the Brazos Cold-Weather Sleeping Bag includes a limited five-year manufacturer’s warranty.

About Coleman Outdoor Products
More than 100 years ago, an entrepreneurial young man named W.C. Coleman had an idea for manufacturing better lanterns in Wichita, Kansas. A century later, Coleman’s current catalog features a wide-ranging array of products that make spending time outside a pleasure. The company crafts coolers that keep food and drinks cold for days, airbeds that are comfortable and won’t deflate during the night, a complete line of bright and long-lasting LED lights, powerful portable grills that cook with an authentic open-grill flame, and more.

Product Features

  • For temperatures 20⁰ F to 40⁰ F
  • Fits most heights up to 5 ft. 11 in.; Dimensions: 33 x 75 in
  • Polyester cover and tricot knit lining; Machine washable
  • Fiberlock Construction prevents insulation from shifting, extending life of your sleeping bag
  • The No-Snag patented zipper plows fabric away from the zipper to prevent snags

Comments

jess123456 says:

I barely have the patience to roll it up easily. It’s soft inside I own 3 of these sleeping bags, one for myself (5’5″), my husband (5’10”), and our daughter (4’0″). I am small enough to pull it over my head, but my husband is too tall for that. If you’re on the taller side, just know that you’ll need extra covering for your head/neck. We can fit 3 side-by-side on a queen size air mattress, but the bags will overlap some. As for the bag itself, we tested it out camping in the desert. Temps down in the 30’s. We all stayed warm in the bag, but…

hunchan says:

Successfully stuffed in the stuff sack, YEAH! To all of the naysayers who thought it couldn’t be done. IN YOUR FACE! I managed to get the sleeping bag back into the zipped up stuff sack. Any one else up to the challenge? Decent product BTW.

Jake says:

Not for backpackers or anyone over 6′ 3″ But great for car camping in cold weather! Hello all, figured I would leave my opinion here so others can see before buying. Let me start by saying I love the outdoors, I started camping when I was young, and have loved it ever since. In recent years I have gotten into backpacking, and have used sleeping bags that range from $10 to several hundred. With that in mind if you are looking for an ultralight backpacking sleeping bag that wont weigh you down on the trail, then just move along, this is not for you. The bag is simply too heavy…

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