Polyester oxford shell with brushed cotton flannel liner
Five pounds of solid core insulation
Carry weight: 7 lbs. 3 oz.
30° comfort rating
At 39''W x 84''L, the Bass Pro Shops® 30º Oversized Oxford Sleeping Bag is built to give campers lots of room to get comfortable in while sleeping! Constructed with a strong polyester oxford shell outside and a soft and comfortable, brushed cotton flannel liner, this durable bag keeps out the chill with five lbs. of solid core insulation. Two adjustable compression straps with side release buckles for easy storage. Color: Gray bag with Gray Plaid liner. Carry weight: 7 lbs. 3 oz. Commercial front load machine washable. Imported.
Rated 4 out of 5 by sportbiker Bass Pro Shops® 30º Oversized Oxford Sleeping Bag
I have not had a chance to use this sleeping bag while it was cold out. I used it this past weekend and it was warm in there and i did not need to zip this bag up to keep warm. i did see some of the stiching on the outside of the bag coming undone.
March 12, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Indy500 Great buy
This bag is great. I'm 6ft 5in tall and finding a bag that works is hard. This one however is perfect for me. I use it in temps between 45 and 70 and it works great. 30 degrees seems like it would be too cold for it. The reason I don't give it 5 stars is the threading. The threads are a clear plastic material, almost like fishing line. Sometimes it gets bunched up and you find an inch section just sticking out. Other than that- great bag at a good price.
March 19, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Qalo Nice
Well made and zipper doesn't snag so far. It is very warm. The only drawback is that is doesn't come with a bag. Love the nylon adjustment straps that wrap it up. They are much better than the shoelaces the others use.
October 19, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by 5Vegas Great Sleeping Bag
Bought this to go on a trip a few weeks ago, and it is MUCH warmer than advertised. Had plenty of room to spread out and get comfortable in, and it was really easy to roll up and put away. Great value, great item.
November 30, 2010