Coleman Brazos 20 Degree Sleeping Bag

Priced: $29.98 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 57 reviews.
Coleman Brazos 20 Degree Sleeping Bag
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The Coleman Brazos 20 Degree Sleeping Bag is a comfortable entry-level rectangular bag, for camp or cabin. Polyester shell and insulation for easy care.


  • No snag patented zipper.
  • Two bags can be zipped together.


  • Roll Control makes rolling easier.
  • Machine washable.
  • No tie patented closure.
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Coleman Comfort Range:20° to 40°

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Coleman Brazos 20 Degree Sleeping Bag Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Very warm bag for a great price

My 13 year old son uses this bag and says it is very warm.

It is light and packs up to a medium size (compared to other poly filled bags - much smaller and lighter than my own Coleman Calgary 20 degree bag).

He and I went on a camping trip together in October with temps in the low 30's and he said he was very warm in the bag. We used it again in November with temps in the 50's and he didn't get too warm (my Calgary was too warm in the 50's). This bag is light enough to hike with but not nearly as light or compressable as a down bag, but, really - what is?

This bag is a great value for the price.
Diego from Lilburn at Campmor on 12/12/2010

Great for car camping!

Used this for a overnight car camping event at my son's school. It was very warm and comfortable. The zipper is easy to operate and never snagged. One nice thing as that with two of these bags you can make a double-wide sleeping bag if you S.O. is along on the camping trip.

The only drawback to this bag is that it's difficult to roll back into a small configuration. I found it very hard to roll it tightly enough to get the ties to go around it easily. I think it's nearly impossible to roll it small enough that you can zip the zipper on the storage bag.
Melech Ric at Campmor on 05/05/2012

Affordable and practical for children

This bag is used in tents and cabins. The zipper stays on track and doesn't snag. It has a low cold rating, comes with its own straps and stuff sack. This bag cost $5 more than the Bass Pro model it replaced which had the zipper come off track on the first use, did not have a stuff sack and only went to 40 degrees. This is a great value for using 3 to 6 times per year.
Nature Deficit at Campmor on 10/10/2010

excellent purchase for the money

We needed sleeping bags for our weeklong camping trip to the Sierra Nevadas. The sleeping bags we had from [@] were extremely heavy and huge, so we ordered these. Not lightweight if we were to carry them for long periods, but a big improvement over what we had. The nights really were cold, but with socks and long underwear, we all were extremely comfortable and warm. Would highly recommend, excellent purchase, esp for the price.
Just getting back into camping at Campmor on 08/08/2012

Perfect sleeping bag for mild weather!

This sleeping bag worked great during our camping trip last weekend. Temps were very mild-50s at night- and we stayed warm but did not overheat. Bought two, which could be zipped together, but we opened them up and used one on the bottom and one on top. Only complaint would be that they are not very thick (d/t temp. rating) so spend the extra money and buy a pad to place under sleeping bags!
Amanda at Campmor on 10/10/2012

Great Price for a Great Bag

Used this bag on a recent camping trip and although the temps only got into the 50s I was super comfy in it with just shorts and a tshirt. It has a really nice soft lining instead of just a match to the outside and that really helps to make it fairly comfortable. My biggest issue with this bag was trying to get it back into its bag.
New found love of Camping at Campmor on 09/09/2012

Fast deliver, happy with sleeping bag

I used it last weekend while camping in my car (early September in southern OH) and was toasty. It would be great in the summer for those cold nights, perfect for spring and fall car camping. Great in the winter when it doesn't go below 10 degrees at night in the car. Great for a cool hunting cabin as well.
cj at Campmor on 09/09/2011

Love it

We purchased this sleeping bag for a recreational camping trip. It was very warm and comfortable. Well worth it. We'll be purchasing another before our next camping trip. The only thing we didn't like was the fact that we could not roll it as compact as it came. Hopefully with time this won't be a problem.
Marissa at Campmor on 09/09/2013

Great sleeping bag

Bought this for my kids and they love it. The nights in New England have been getting cooler so this has really come in handy. Like all other sleeping bags though you can never get it back into its original bag so will need to get a slighly bigger compression bag, no bid deal though!
RI at Campmor on 08/08/2012

a nice bag

a great bag ,ive used it a dozen or so times in a few weeks, and so far so good,its warm and the fabric seems durable,zippers all work fine with no snags or jumps including zipping two of the same bags together they re-roll easy and fit back in the drawstring sack in comes in...
Gman at Campmor on 08/08/2011

Negative Reviews:

Poor stuff sack

After struggling an inordinate amount of time, at least 5 to 10 minutes, to zip the stuff sack it popped apart in the center as soon as it was picked up. This after twice re-rolling and fastening the bag so that it would be small enough to even connect the two zipper sides of the stuff sack.
I'm happy with the bag itself. It has a nice interior storage pocket, seems to be roomy enough, and not weigh too much. You get what you pay for but, the stuff sack is essentially non functional.
Dunn some camping at Campmor on 02/02/2011

Cheaply made

Cheaply made/materials.
KK at Campmor on 08/08/2012

Neutral Reviews:

cheaply made, but meets our needs

We bought 4 of these to utilize in our new pop-up camper and zip together as necessary. I was disappointed with how difficult it is to fit in the stuff sack and the lack of durability of the stuff sack zipper and closures to keep the bag folded in half when rolling. They have, however kept us warm when necessary without having to turn the furnace on in our camper on those frequent 50 degree nights we've had this summer.
Campingmom at Campmor on 08/08/2013

Coleman Brazoz 20 Degree Sleeping Bag

I purchased these sleeping bags for children to take to camp. I choose these for their temp. rating and the Coleman name. They are average sleeping bags with material I myself don't like, inside. That being said, they haven't gone to camp yet but I believe they will be warm enough and comfortable for young children, sleeping in a lodge in NY state, where night temps. are already going down into the 40's.
Catzmemo at Campmor on 08/08/2013

Hard to repack

Bought this for my daughter who is 5 6 and it just fit her. Should have come with a compression sack because it was impossible to repack in the bag it came in. Nice bag and warm but should be a little less bulky.
Cold weather user at Campmor on 08/08/2013

Not as long as I thought it would be

Do not know yet if it was warm enough. Nice comfortable material but glad the person using it is only 5' 7". Any taller and the bag would be too short.
Wish it came with a compression sack - it rolled up very large.
Cold weather camper at Campmor on 06/06/2013

Good for the Price

We used the sleeping bags for overnighting in a cabin in Steamboat. Nice to have bags that zipped together. However, the lining catches on everything, not smooth or silky. It may even be too warm for car camping purposes the rest of the year.
e. at Campmor on 10/10/2010

beware tall people

You get what you pay for. Inexpensive, well... yes. Square shape allows heat to escape out the top. Tall-ish people have to scrunch to fit inside (I'm 6'1").
Bubba at Campmor on 11/11/2013

Stuff sack too small with a silly zipper

The four bags suit our purpose for occasional summer camping. However, it's almost impossible to get the bags back into the small stuff sacks.
Mountain Man at Campmor on 08/08/2012


Hard to get straps to tie together as well as get into stuff sack. Warm though.
Joel at Campmor on 08/08/2012

a little small

the bag is light weight but as an adult it is rather small
easyloving at Campmor on 08/08/2011