Rated 5 out of 5áby Rattler86 Great Bag for Thruhiker
This has been a great replacement bag for my old NF Blue Kazoo down sleeping bag that I used on my AT and PCT thruhikes. I liked it so much I bought another one for my wife to use on our backpacking trips in the summer. Very light, compact, and warm for what I use it for on extended backpacking trips. The compression bag helped with space in my pack too.
January 14, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby misspunka Light, tiny and warm
This sleeping bag went straight to the Utah desert and was warm and tiny to pack. Love it!
November 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby WNYhiker Warmer than expected
I took this bag with me for my first off-trail camping experience. It was really light weight, packed down really well (Here is a tip, to make it fit into the bag, don't try to fold it beforehand. Just stuff it in there starting from any corner. Only way i have ever been able to get it back in there)
It was actually a bit too warm for me in camping in late September (60f during the night).
Great bag, do not regret making this purchase.
October 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby bebbe packs up tiny
This sleeping bag packs as small as a short loaf of bread. It's warm, fluffy, and has a 2 ended zipper.
The mummy string for cinching around the face is easy to use.
It weighs almost nothing. I think it's magic.
August 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby Wheelsucker lightweight and good value
Plenty of arm and shoulder room. I like the mummy, rectangular hybrid so there is more room for the upper body but it may affect the 35 degree rating. 40 degree may be more accurate but I did not experience 30 degree nights. A baselayer with socks kept me warm at 40 degrees and was not too warm on 60 degree nights. Perfect bag for bike touring late spring thru early fall. An insert may be necessary for colder nights. Stuff sack is appropriately sized if bag is stuffed not rolled. If you are taller than 5'10", get longer bag.
June 21, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5áby CGNewLenox Temperature rating not accurate
My son used this for a 2 night campout. Weather was 45 first night and 35 second night. He froze. He had long underwear, two jackets and used a sleeping pad. It was very compact and lightweight. However, definitely not for cold nights. Returned this item.
October 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby Chris41305 AT Thruhike Tested
I purchased this bag to use on my 2012 AT Thuhike. It performed exceptionally well from nights in the teens to nights in the eighties. Had some snowy cold nights in teens and twenties and with the use of a Sea to Summit silk liner I stayed warm enough - it is a true 35 degree bag but will perform well at lower temps. Packs well in a 65 liter backpack. The only drawback is the drawstring on the hood is a little cumbersome. Highly recommend.
September 11, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5áby welshes99 Light and compact
Pleased with the overall weight and more importantly the ease at which to stow (get back in bag) after use. There are a few sleeping bags I've bought where the effort to get them back in the storage bag requires an advanced degree. Not the case with the Ultralight.
September 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby Presty Wonderful Bag
I bought this bag to do a two plus week trek which included 11 days of backpacking in New Mexico.
Importantly, the bag is lightweight and compact. It does indeed fit into its stuff sack. Also, the bag is plenty warm. I am not sure how cold we got but it got down to 40's and I was always comfy. Most nights were in the 50's and I had the bag partially unzipped. The ability to vent the bottom of the bag with the up zipper was key. I did that often.
I really like this bag and it suggest it for this temperature range and weight. I see that it is out of stock now, I hope they bring it back in.
August 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby smalltownprofessional packs small but big on warmth
I have used this bag for three week-long summer bike/camp trips. My most recent trip was unseasonably cold, with high 40's temps on three nights. Other campers were grumbling about their uncomfortable sleeping conditions, but not me. My LL Bean bag packs small but is large on features and warmth. It has an easy zipper, and being able to cocoon my face and upper body with the drawstrings was a lifesaver. And there was enough room to shift sleeping positions, and to bring in my cold clothes to warm them up before dressing.
Adding a secondary silk-cotton (or fleece) bag liner would make it useful over an even wider temperature range. All in all, a five star purchase that I will use for many years.
August 11, 2013