Browning Camping McKinley -30 Degree Sleeping Bag, Clay/Black, 36-Inch x 90-Inch – $189.99

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  • Sport type: Camping & Hiking
  • Care instructions: Hand Wash


  • Outer shell made of extremely durable 210T nylon diamond rip stop fabric paired with a brushed polyester liner
  • Designed to keep you warm during extreme weather this -30 degree bag is filled with our 7 denier TechLoft Silver insulation
  • Insulated chest and zipper baffle with two-layer construction s to trap in maximum heat and prevent unwanted cold spots
  • Our Browning Camping McKinley Sleeping Bag is on our best sellers list a must-have in your camping collection
  • Dimensions 36" x 90" Weight 12 lbs 12 oz Fill Weight 160 oz Compression stuff sack included
  • Sport type: Camping & Hiking
  • Care instructions: Hand Wash

User reviews

I love it. I sleep in it every night. I am currently homeless, in the winter, in a colder region. This sleeping bag is a life saver. When I get into it, I warm up in just a few minutes.
I am an Army veteran who served in Alaska as an Arctic Paratrooper. I am no stranger to sleeping in cold weather. Comparing this to the Army's sleep system, the Browning McKinley -30 is by far the warmest sleeping bag I've used. I have used this bag in temperatures of -2 (but not directly on the cold ground) wearing only a set of silk long johns and was very warm and cozy. I was almost too warm. I wasn't uncomfortably hot but warm enough that my body was slightly clammy. Bt I think it was too cold to be comfortable to sleep in just my underwear. Most efficient bags at this temperature rating are mummy type bags, with limited space, and are fairly uncomfortable. I find that this bag is almost ridiculous with the amount of room that you have inside and it still keeps you very warm. If you lay it out, ready to sleep, it will cover a twin size mattress and is almost as thick as a couch cushion. I would not, however, take this bag on a hiking trip. It weighs well over 12 pounds and takes up a lot of space, even when it is bundled up in the synch sack. I use mine for overnight snowmobile trips and hunting trips, where I drive to where I'll be camping. For this purpose, I don't find that the large size is a negative. People need to note that this is not a summer bag. You should buy a bag with a temp rating that matches the weather you plan on using it in. Every person's comfort is individual, but personally, I don't use this sleeping bag in temperatures above 20 degrees.
This sleeping bag is enormous. This makes it great to move around in, but having such a huge amount of open airspace in the bag makes it difficult to get it warm with your body heat. That being said, having the extra space actually makes this much more practical. There is room to stuff my coat, boot liners, next day clothes, and my water in the bag with me. When I wake up in sub zero temps everything I need for the day is nice and warm already. No more putting on freezing clothes or needing to thaw out my water. Lastly, this is most definitely not a backpacking bag. Car camping or pulling a pulk sled is fine, but this is way too big to fit in a pack and weights over 12 pounds.

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