Enjoy a restful night's sleep in the great outdoors with help from the Magellan Outdoors™ 30° Mummy Sleeping Bag. Designed with a durable, water-resistant ripstop and polyester taffeta outer shell, this sleeping bag features high-loft, 4-hole polyester fiberfill insulation and dual-layer construction to provide warmth at temperatures down to 30°F. Zippered foot box. Interior accessory pocket.
Features and Benefits
Durable, water-resistant ripstop and polyester taffeta outer shell
Zippered foot box provides ventilation and temperature control
Easily packs into the included 4-point compression stuff sack
High-loft, 4-hole polyester fiberfill insulation and dual-layer construction provide warmth
No-slip strips help prevent slipping on the bedding surface
Provides comfortable sleeping at temperatures down to 30°F
Important Product and Safety Information
Proposition 65 warning for California residents: WARNING - This product contains one or more chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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Shell/ lining material:
4-hole polyester fiberfill
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Pack size (in.):
15 x 9.5
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What's in the Box
Magellan Outdoors™ 30° Mummy Sleeping Bag
Rated 5 out of
Fits the billI bought this for a backpacking trip up to 10k ft in Colorado. It packs down smaller than my favorite Coleman and weighs about half as much. The overnight temperatures at the local town (about 7k ft)has been about 50 f. I wasn't sure what it would be up in the mountains. It only got down to 39 f, so I can't really attest to the 30 f claim, but at 39, I kept very warm, to the point I had to keep unzipping it and throwing the top off to cool off. Feet stayed warm as well. Size-wise, I'm 6 ft, 225 lbs. this bag fit me comfortably. I could have been an inch or maybe two taller and still not been too cramped. At 6ft, I could pull the head cover up and over the top of my head and still have plenty of room. I prefer sleeping with a knit cap though and folding the head piece under for extra cushioning. The foot box is roomy as well. I wear a size 11 shoe, I could move my feet around with plenty of extra room. Probably a size 12, maybe a 13 could fit comfortably. I guess if you have abnormally large feet you could sleep in warm socks and just in-zip the foot box, letting the toes stick out.
I could toss and turn sideways inside the bag with room to spare, or just roll over with the bag moving with me.
It doesn't pack down to the size of some of the $450 dollar down filled bags, but for the money it's a great investment in backpacking gear. I can't think of a single negative about this bag, it's exactly what it claims to be.