Eastern Mountain Sports Boreal 0 Sleeping Bag Regular

Priced: $164.25 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
Eastern Mountain Sports Boreal 0 Sleeping Bag Regular
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Color: Pompeian Red / Gravel
Pompeian Red / Gravel
Pompeian Red / Gravel
Pompeian Red / Gravel
Pompeian Red / Gravel
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Eastern Mountain Sports Boreal 0 Sleeping Bag Regular - With brand new insulation, Boreal 0° sleeping bags promise a dependable loft for a luxurious night sleep, season after season.

Country of Origin: Imported


  • A-Flex construction traps warm air for optimal comfort
  • Weather-resistant nylon diamond miniripstop shell fabric lined with soft taffeta nylon
  • New and improved 3D hood construction; hood cinches around the face when you need to keep the heat in


  • PrimaLoft insulation retains its ability to insulate when wet and dries more quickly than down
  • PrimaLoft Infinity high-loft continuous-filament insulation for maximum warmth, compressibility, softness, and water resistance


  • Full-length two-way zipper with antidraft tube and anti-snag piping


  • Webbing loops at bottom for hanging and airing out the bag


  • Interior secures small accessories
  • Lightweight compression stuff sack and mesh storage bag included (store loosely for optimal performance and durability)
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Fill Weight:2 lb. 2 oz.
Hip Girth:56 in.
Important note:Regular bags have a right-side zipper; Long and Women’s bags have a left-side zipper
Insulation:PrimaLoft Infinity
Insulation Type:Synthetic
Max. User Height:6 ft.
Shell Fabric:40D microripstop
Shoulder Girth:62 in.
Storage Sack:Yes
Stuff Sack:Yes
Stuff Size:11 x 17 in.
Temperature Range:-50° to 0°
Temperature Rating:0°F
Weight:4 lb. 8 oz.
Zipper Draft Tube:Yes
Zipper Length:Full

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Eastern Mountain Sports Boreal 0 Sleeping Bag Regular Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Warm, seems durable, not super packable

This bag is warm, I have no doubt I would be happy at 0 degrees but have only tested it down to 20. It's not especially roomy inside but it's not constrictive either. I can sleep on my side or down flat and roll around without much of a problem. I am 5'10" and it fits me just about perfectly in the regular size. If I were any taller I would probably not be happy with it, but a 5'11" person might fit ok as long you really used the bag from hood to bottom. I've also gotten it wet and it dried fairly quickly (albeit indoors). The bag is fairly heavy so while it's fine for short trips I'm not sure you would want to take it on extended ones. It also doesn't pack that small, even with the stuff sack. I can squeeze my 20 degree EMS Boreal bag into the bottom compartment of my backpack but this one wouldn't come close to getting in there.

I'm happy with it because I got a good price. I might consider trying to find something that packs smaller if I were to do it over again (down?) but I think this will do the trick for me for one or two night trips. I would recommend this bag at the right price and if weight/packability isn't a big concern.
Chase1124 at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 02/02/2012

Amazing sleeping bag

I find that I am cold all the time. I tried multiple sleeping bags before this one. My toes were never cold. It moved with me instead of just me moving inside. A little staticy but the more I use it the less it is. Absolutely love this bag!
Bekster at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2011

Negative Reviews:

Did not meet expectations

Have used this bag three times. The first night the temperature was 25 degrees, I was very cold. The second night the temperature was approximately 35 and it was cool but not completely uncomfortable. The third night it was 55 degrees and the bag was comfortable. It was almost like the bag was misrated. It clearly says zero degrees but you could not tell that from my experience.
Alex at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 05/05/2012