"I bought these bags for camping in the Boundary Water Canoe Area of Minnesota, 45-50 degree Fahrenheit lows. The bags are very compact and lightweight. They survived rough treatment (24 portages and 7 camp setups & teardowns)! We ran inflatable bag pads underneath each bag.I treated the bags with a permethrin insecticide before
the trip with no ill effects on the filler or liner materials.
The bags required a machine wash and a line dry when we got back home, cause they had some stank. This is usually when a sleeping bag fails, but these bags survived! No lumpiness in the filling or anything ill. These are great bags for mild weather. I would not take them camping when expecting really cold weather unless I was dressed adequately. Good for couch surfing, jam bags, office crashing, and as an emergency blanket for vehicles. The only wrinkle we experienced was: There is a bit of hook and loop closure (like Velcro) near the head. My wife woke up with her hair in the hook and loop a couple of times and it took her some time to extricate herself while I giggled…
4.5 stars rounded up to 5. I highly recommend this bag to you as a great value and a quality product. Thanks for reading through! I hope this helps you make an informed decision. "
Lucas - Anchorage, Alaska