Coleman Dexter Point 40 Degree Sleeping Bag

June 14, 2017 - Comment
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(as of April 6, 2020 05:20 GMT+0200 - Details)

Keep your head and pillow off the cold ground when you get your beauty rest in the Coleman Dexter Point 40 Sleeping Bag. Instead of the typical straight opening, this bag has a contoured top to support your head and pillow. You’ll stay comfy with lightweight Coletherm hollow polyester insulation and the Thermolock draft tube helping to keep your body heat in the bag. The Comfort Cuff design makes sure you only have soft fabric around your face while you sleep. Thanks to the ZipPlow zipper, you’ll get snag-free opening and closing every time. You can keep small things, such as gloves or a flashlight, in the interior tuck pocket. Packing up is made easy with the Roll Control system to keep your bag straight while rolling and the no-tie Quick Cord system to keep things cinched tight for storage in the included stuff sack.

Product Features

  • 40 degree cool weather sleeping bag
  • Cover, and liner are brushed polyester
  • Insulation is 48 ounces Coletherm fill
  • Measures 33×78 inches
  • Comfort cuff opening surrounds your face with softness

Comments

SD Mom says:

Love it! Well worth the price. Just opened the 40 degree bag up and tried it out. The bag is soft, it is all cloth no nylon and pretty large. Every bit as nice as my hundred dollar L.L. Bean sleeping bag. love it!!

chris curtis says:

Just what I wanted! Was looking for a sleeping back that didn’t have that slick,noisy nylon and this is it!! Feels very much like cotton so you don’t get all sweaty and it doesn’t make noise when you move around. Couldn’t be happier.

blank SB says:

I am a smaller woman and when you get in and zip up it is not comfortable to even turn over Very soft but much smaller girth-wise than expected. I am a smaller woman and when you get in and zip up it is not comfortable to even turn over. I wish I went big and tall just to have some room to move around…and I am 5’3″ and average to smaller build.

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