Coleman Big Basin Extreme Weather 0-20 Degree Sleeping Bag

Priced: $74.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
Coleman Big Basin Extreme Weather 0-20 Degree Sleeping Bag
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Coleman Big Basin Extreme Weather 0-20 Degree Sleeping Bag -
Sleep comfortably from 0-20 Degrees with the Coleman® Big Basin™ Sleeping Bag. Roomy design for big and tall folks up to 6 ft. 6 in. tall. The draft tube blocks heat loss through the zipper and the fleece foot adds extra warmth at the bottom.

Fabric:

  • Diamond ripstop polyester cover and polyester liner
  • Two-way no-snag patented zipper plows fabric away from the zipper
  • Quilting construction eliminates potential cold spots

Ventilation:

  • Unzip the bottom for extra ventilation on warmer nights

Insulation:

  • Coletherm synthetic insulation

Hood:

  • Semi-sculpted hood helps lock in heat

Sizing:

  • Thermolock™ full-length draft tube prevents heat loss through the zipper

Features:

  • Stuff sack included for quick and easy storage
  • Wide bottom for room to move your legs
  • Big and tall design for heights up to 6 ft. 6 in.
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Coleman Big Basin Extreme Weather 0-20 Degree Sleeping Bag Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Plenty of room to stretch out

Plenty of room to stretch out( I'm 6'2"1/2). I have not used it in really low temps but stayed cozy in the 30-50 deg. range. Too heavy for mild temps. Zipper on left side. I am mostly a side sleeper facing right so I turn the bag on it's side with the hood over the back of my head and I sleep very comfortably. I also scrunch up the large hood under my head for a pillow. There is lots of width so I can scrunch up the bag under me if I lay on my stomach for more cushioning and I can get very comfortable! Works very well for me. Zipper is a little of a pain sometimes-I should try some wax on it or something so it rides easier. Over all- not bad for the money!
ROB at Campmor on 07/07/2013

WOW! room, comfort and warmth

Being tall and having confinement problems, using a sleeping bag can be problematic but this is the answer to that problem. The hood is great for keeping your head warm and the extra zipper at the feet makes this bag very useful, you can set in a chair or walk around camp in the bag. All the zippers have backing to prevent cold air from getting in and there is a small pocket inside the bag, great for a phone or glasses. I like this bag very much and am looking forward to some cold weather camping.
Andi at Campmor on 07/07/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Off the mark?

I've used this bag down to 35 degrees and I was a little chilly. I had to wear long underwear,warm socks and a hat. It seemed as though 35 was the low limit for this bag. I don't camp much and I'm tall but skinny, would this affect the warmth of the sleeping bag?
Charles Grimm at Campmor on 11/11/2013