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Pro Can do camp chores without leaving the bag
A two-way zipper system lets you put your feet out and special toggles on the bag allows to secure the toe box up and away from your feet so that you can walk wearing the bag. Furthermore, there are arm ports where you can stick your arms out from the bag. This is perfect in those cold mornings that you don’t want to leave the bag but you need to start doing camping chores.
Pro Keeps you warm and toasty
The down filling in a combination with the draft tube and provides a survival temperature rating of 15 degrees Fahrenheit. The comfort temperature is rate at 25 degrees so you use this sleeping bag during cold shoulder season nights.
Pro Can sleep on the side comfortably
The bag stretches and allows movement inside it, so you can sleep on your side easily without being in a claustrophobic position in the bag.
Pro Water resistant
You don’t have to worry about the bag becoming damp in rain or mist because the treated down resists moisture and the shell is made from water resistant polyester fabric.
Con Can’t use a pillow comfortably
The unusual shape of the sleeping bag does provide very limited space in the head zone so you can’t put a pillow in it.
Con Heavy in its price range
Weighing just under three pounds makes it one of the heaviest sleeping bags in its price range. It is still fairly lightweight though and shouldn’t be hard to carry it around for longer backpacking trips.