All Season XL Sleeping Bag for Big and Tall Adults – Ideal for Warm/Cold Weather Camping and Hiking – Wide, Oversized & Waterproof Hooded Sleeping Bag with Free Compression Sack – $39.95

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Features

  • Tough 3-Season Sleeping Bag: It's tough out there. One night it's chilly then the next evening your neck starts sweating. Luckily, there's a 3-season sleeping bag ready to tackle your outdoor sleeping woes. TOUGH's XL hooded sleeping bag adapts by having the right fill so you'll have the right FEEL in every sleep. Comfort temperature range 40-60°F.
  • Easy To Carry & Cleans In A Jiffy: Is the car camping trip finally happening? You're in luck. Packs down to 16" x 8" x 8", pop this sleeping bag in the trunk and watch the good times roll. Did we mention it cleans easy, too? Machine wash cold and hang dry for best results. This bag weighs 4 pounds.

Description

  • Tough 3-Season Sleeping Bag: It's tough out there. One night it's chilly then the next evening your neck starts sweating. Luckily, there's a 3-season sleeping bag ready to tackle your outdoor sleeping woes. TOUGH's XL hooded sleeping bag adapts by having the right fill so you'll have the right FEEL in every sleep. Comfort temperature range 40-60°F.
  • Made For Big & Tall People: Designed with big and tall people (and active sleepers) in mind, we've recreated that vast and wide-open outdoor feeling into this spacious XL sleeping bag. Toss and turn with room to spare. This bag comfortably welcomes campers up to 6'6". Dimensions: 88" x 34" inches.
  • Easy To Carry & Cleans In A Jiffy: Is the car camping trip finally happening? You're in luck. Packs down to 16" x 8" x 8", pop this sleeping bag in the trunk and watch the good times roll. Did we mention it cleans easy, too? Machine wash cold and hang dry for best results. This bag weighs 4 pounds.
  • Storage Pocket & Handy Hack: Store your keys and phone in your bag's inner pocket for quick access. Have some company at your place tonight? Here's a handy hack: this wide sleeping bag fully unzips into one giant blanket. How's that for saving the day?

User reviews

Good bag for the money.I do a lot of camping and backpacking with my 4 sons. They are all in Scouts so they do even more. We own something like 11 sleeping bags. Some are for car camping and some are for backpacking. Some are for cold weather and some for warm weather.This is a good multi use bag for several reasons. Let me explain.The quality of construction looks and feels good. The zipper is solid. The outer shell is a medium weight one so it is more durable than an ultra light backpacking bag but not as heavy as a "sleep on the ground" hunters bag. The bag should hold up well for many years if cared for.The weight at just under 4 pounds is also reasonable. You could backpack at this weight and frankly will look at paying well over $100 more for a down bag to get significantly lighter.The size is very spacious. I'm 6' and 210 pounds and fit nicely in this bag. The "hybrid" stile is nice. Having the hood like a mummy bag but a square foot-box gives you more room than a mummy bag while still having the warmth. You have a slightly bulkier and heavier bag but most would agree that the extra room for the feet is worth it.The liner or inside of the bag has a nice feel to it. It is softer and sell "sticky" feeling than many bags on the market. It is not cotton which would be heaver but not the slick woven polyester. It does look to be polyester but with a softer more open weave.Having the hood has a couple of advantages. You can use the draw string to cinch it up around you head to help with warmth if needed but it also does a great job of holding your pillow under your head. When camping you don't have the headboard to keep you pillow from sliding out from under your head.The stuff bag this comes with is a good one. Having the cinch straps allows you to compress the bag down to fit when backpacking.As far as the temperature rating is concerned. When I compare this to my bags I would say that I would feel comfortable in this bag down to about 40 degrees F. At 40 I would likely be wearing a beanie. Guessing you could survive with it at 32 degrees but you are going to be cold.So bottom line is that this is a good medium temperature bag of good construction that is a reasonable weight to carry and is spacious. At $50 it is a good value.I am a member of a product review group and am able to purchase products for review at a discount. I try to choose product that apply to my interests and experience so that I can give a meaningful review. I purchased this at a discounted rate in exchange for a honest unbiased review. If you found this review helpful please click yes below.
I live in an RV full time. Got tired of making beds and washing linens so started using sleeping bags. Started with two, one to sleep in and one to air or dry clean. Got a third for cooler temps. Then started using an ALPS sleeping bag liner for ease of cleaning. All three bags are made by Coleman. Good bagsHeating costs in winter started getting high and I saw this hooded bag by Tough Outdoors on Amazon. This bag is perfection! Light, great zipper and long...roomy for my 5'11" 250 pound frame. Rated 32-60 degrees, using a liner, I've been comfortable in the mid twenties. I love it!
I'm 5' 8" and I predominantly fall sleep on my belly and eventually roll to my side. Other sleeping bags are too constricting and make getting comfortable difficult or impossible for me. This sleeping bag left plenty of room for me to roll around on the inside. I tested this out in my backyard, sleeping in a tent when it dropped down to 51 F. I took a shower and fell asleep in a shorts and t-shirt with my hair wet, and there was only one point in the night I got chilled, so I just tied the drawstring of the hood down, and fell back asleep. Any temperature below 40 F I would think you would need some other sort of insulation, but as stated before there is plenty of room within the bag. The bag does have another zipper down by the feet which is nice if the temps get higher and you want your feet to breath. This is definitely a bulkier bag, even with the compression straps, and it's a little heavier weight-wise than I would prefer, but for the money this is a nice bag for the casual hiker, who goes camping for a couple of nights at a time.


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