Cabela's Deluxe Camo Hunter 30Of Sleeping Bag

Priced: $129.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
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Cabela's Deluxe Camo Hunter 30Of Sleeping Bag -
Whether in a tent or out in the great outdoors, this bag has all the features to keep you snug and warm with 3 lbs. 15 oz. of Outfitter Loft® insulation. This bag has an extraordinary heat-to-weight ratio, amazing loft, is ultrasoft and insulates even when wet. The shell is a durable 190-denier nylon. A fast-warming, brushed, polished cotton lining has a luxurious feel. The oversized bag is a roomy 40" x 82". Rated for 30°F, this bag is an excellent choice for fall hunting or chilly spring or summer nights. Durable No. 5 YKK® two-way zipper. Imported.
Dimensions: 40"W x 82"L.
Temperature rating: 30°F.
Fill weight: 3 lbs. 15 oz.
Carry weight: 5 lbs. 12 oz.
Camo pattern:Seclusion 3D®.
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Cabela's Deluxe Camo Hunter 30Of Sleeping Bag Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Good overall sleeping bag

Good overall bag. Nothing special to report. I was hunting in 20-40 degree weather for over a week. This bag along with a canvas outer shell kept me warm.
Scottish13 at Cabelas on 10/29/2013

Neutral Reviews:

This was the best workout I have had all week!

I just purchased 2 of these sleeping bags. So far I have slept in one of them for 2 nights. Very comfortable. The zipper got messed-up on the 2nd night but I was able to fix it. It was nice that the zippers are durable enough that I could fix it without it getting damaged.
- Comfort: good
-Temp: Good
- Zipper: Durable so far
-weight: Not for backpacking but not bad And now the bad - The stuff bag... good Lord! the sleeping bag comes rolled-up in a stuff bag. When I tried rolling-up the sleeping bag so that it would fit back into the stuff bag... HA! I rolled it up 4 different times ( actually I had to wrestle the bags... hence the work out) trying to make it small enough to fit BACK into the bag. No deal. I think I need a zero gravity room with some type of suction system to suck all the air out of the bag. Either way the bag (while sleeps nice) wont go back into the bag supplied by Cabela's. I will fix this by taking the bags back and getting them to give me some larger stuff bags... that's all they need.
TheKilroy at Cabelas on 04/14/2013