Cabela's 3D -30F Sleeping Bag

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Cabela's 3D -30F Sleeping Bag -
Excellent for year-round camping because of its low-temperature rating, Cabela's 3D Rectangle -30° Sleeping Bag accommodates campers of nearly any build thanks to vertical sidewalls for added comfort and ease of movement. Filled with 9 lbs. 6 oz. of TechLoft+ insulation. Durable, 210T nylon-ripstop shell has a soft, polyester-microfiber lining. Warm double-layer construction. Large No. 10 zipper with insulated baffles. Compression style for easier portability. Includes nylon stuff sack. Imported.
Dimensions: 90"L x 34"W.
Weight: 12 lbs.
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Cabela's 3D -30F Sleeping Bag Reviews:


Nice bag, but it is BIG

I purchased this bag for a winter camping trip, not being concerned about the weight of the bag because I will be pulling a sled. The bag seems nice, but if I would have known the compressed size of the bag, I would have likely passed. Using the compression bag that it comes with (which seems water resistant to some degree, but has more of a "stuff sack" top), I measured the compressed bag at 20" diameter by 20" tall. This comes out to a bit more than 100 liters, if you are thinking about stuffing into a dry bag. Like I say, decent bag other than overall size for my needs. If you have the space for it, go for it.
Fishingforester at Cabelas on 01/07/2014

A bag too small

The good first: nicely made, nice material. The warning here: it is not for largish peoples. I weigh 40 pounds less now, than when I ordered it. At first I needed a man-size silk liner to shimmy into the darn thing--Cabela's needs to find a line on these. The zipper was balky, until the temp. got around 20F, and then it worked like a charm. I am 6-3" and was around 275 pounds--if you are that big or bigger see their special orders dept.
You may find, as I did that nobody else has a bigger bag of this type with all the nice features.
johnnycomelately at Cabelas on 11/11/2013


I love my 3-D bags. They are warm. 4 of us spent a long December night on Montague Island, AK in 2011 during a wet rain/wind storm that knocked down the tents. After securing the tents back in place we all crawled into our wet 3-D bags at 32 degrees f. We all had a wet but comfortable night and that was due to the 3-D bags. I have used mine at 35 below and was still warm. If you want to be warm grab a 3-D!
rome at Cabelas on 11/03/2013

Not cold any more

Needed a new bag and the older you get the colder you get. Sleep in camper with no heat and this bag does the job. Now keep in mind this bag is 12 lbs and not a back pack item but ATV, plane, drive to your tent this bag will do the job.
Oshgosh at Cabelas on 12/31/2013