Bass Pro Shops 0&ordm Oversized Duckcloth Sleeping Bag
At 25 degrees this bag was very cold. Placing wool blankets under the bag on top of air mattress and other blankets on top, sleeping with two layers on and along with fire bricks heated at the camp fire and rapped in a towel it was still cold.
I would put out the additional money and get the colder rated bag.
I was not sleeping alone both bags zipped together and they did not live up to the rating given them
February 9, 2014
I bought this sleeping bag for my husband's hunting trip. We live in Colorado and he works outside all the time so he is fairly used to the cold. we were very happy with the size and the build of this bag but when the nights turned colder during his trip the bag did not hold up. the temp it says on the review is dead on, when it hits that temp you will be cold. other than that it should work for all the rest of our camping needs because we do not camp in those cold conditions normally.
October 30, 2012
I slept in the bag in a tent with minimal ground cover. The temp dipped to 25F. Upper body was chilly due to air but feet never got cold. I recommend this bag for a weekend camper at 10F but if your looking for hardcore go with a bag that has a head cover. Mummy bags arent for me. I like to move my feet. I am very pleased with my purchase! Highly recommended for temps as low as 10F with appropriate ground cover and you won't need a heater. Great Boy Scout bag!!
March 6, 2013
Good overall value
I just returned from a hunting trip to Canada two weeks ago. The temperatures at night dipped anywhere from the 30's to the 10's while I slept in a tent. The sleeping bag will provide ample room for a big guy (6'2" 245 lbs). I usually had on thermal underware, wool socks and a wool knit cap . On nights that the temp was above freezing, I ended up stripping off some of the extra clothing but still remained hot. During nights when tthe temperature was freezing, a cold draft could be felt inside the bag. I had to plug up the hole by the head to create a pocket of warm air inside the bag. The bag would certainly benefit if it had snaps or a zipper at the entrance end. The only problem with this bag is that it is too bulky to be carried on a rucksack into the woods. Oh yes, the wolves were howling outside the camp site during the night.
December 2, 2009