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Ledge Featherlite Sleeping Bag
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Ledge Featherlite Sleeping Bag - Ultralight and priced just right.
Ledge Featherlite Sleeping Bag - Super light, super priced, and super sexy to boot. These bags are great for everyone from the weekend warrior to the guy looking for a backpack bag that won't break the bank.
- Drawstring Closure
- Barrel Locks
- Contour Adjustable hood
- External pocket
- Anti-snag Architecture
- Versatile Webbing Eyelets
- Anti-Crawl Zipper stops
- Equal Depth Foot Box
- Water resistant Compression Stack
Reviewed by 6 customers
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I have the Featherlite 0 degree sleeping bag. I like that it is small, lightweight, durable, and the price is very reasonable. However, this is not a 0 degree bag. I have found that it will keep me warm down to approximately 40 degrees. If the temperature is in the 30s I need an additional blanket or a liner and even then I don't feel toasty warm. I would not even think about using this for weather below freezing. It does the job for summer backing in the high country.
I have the 0° bag and have taken it on a handful of camping trips including a 5 day trip through the wind rivers. It kept me pretty warm on some of the colder nights and on warm nights, mine zips most of the way down the bag ( about 6 inches from the bottom) so I'm able to pretty much open it up if i want. Combined with my Exped mat and pillow, it was great! The little pocket is nice to put a small pair of knitted gloves for when you have to get your hands out of the bag on a cool night. The price range is also pretty fantastic. As for weight, it's not the lightest sleeping bag, but it's certainly manageable and ok for backpacking.
All in all, it's an awesome bag with a good price. Plus it keeps you warm!
I purchased this bag for a 3rd Season (November) elk hunt in Colorado - the -40 bag. The weather at 10,000 feet got very cold at night and the bag is warm. But what I didn't know was the zipper is like just 16 inches long. I am sure that's to keep the bag warm and reduce cold spots but boy does it make it hard to get into. Also, 1 night wasn't too cold and you can't zip open the bag and cool off. If you are a big guy like I am - 6'3" 250lbs - you might want to think twice.
I searched a lot before chose a sleeping bag to purchase. The reason for that is because I wanted a sleeping bag that was reasonably light weight and would hold up in the cold weather well. I also wasn't going to pay an incredible amount of money for the bag. The time I spent searching definitely paid off with this bag. It isn't the lightest bag out there, but very reasonable. It does well in the cold weather. (I have only been in -10 degree so far). The price was very good for what I got.
This is a great company, as a scoutmaster in the BSA I see lots of bags and these are great for the cost and quality. I like the pocket for keeping tissue or a small flash light. I realy like how small they are and the light weight for back packing.
This is a great bag for the cost. I have seen a few adults in the Boy Scouts of America using this bag and like the light weight for back packing. I like the pocket to keep tissiue or a small flashlight in it and how small it is to save room.
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|1215745||32" x 84"||3.4 lbs.||Featherlite 20 deg||20 degree||Ledge Sports||Hibernate Extreme||1.5 lbs.||
|1215747||32" x 84"||3.8 lbs.||Featherlite 0 deg||0 degree||Ledge Sports||Hibernate Extreme||1.9 lbs.||
|1215748||32" x 84"||5.7 lbs.||Featerlite -20 deg||-20 degree||Ledge Sports||Hibernate Extreme||4.0 lbs.||
|1215749||32" x 84"||7.5 lbs.||Featherlite -40 deg||-40 degree||Ledge Sports||Hibernate Extreme||6.0 lbs.||