Want to stay warm when its cold? Of course you do. The Teton Sports Trailhead Ultralight is rated to 20F.
The name says it all, TETON Sports TrailHead 20F Ultralight Sleeping Bag is an ultralight bag weighing in at less than three pounds. This is a well shaped and designed bag that should be easily comfortable down to about 40F.
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- Roomy, especially for your feet
- Inside pocket
Puffy full length zipper baffle and the adjustable hooded collar are designed to keep you toasty warm by keeping the cold air out. And if you were to check out the bottom of the sleeping bag, you will notice that the foot area is tall and wide allowing you plenty of room to maneuver your feet. Nothing worse than feeling like you are trapped inside your own sleeping bag. Another little cool feature are the hang loops at the end so you can hang your bag when not in use to keep it nice and lofty. Not sure why more sleeping bags don't have an inside pocket likethe Teton Sports Trailhead sleeping bag does. This is a very handy feature for storing those little things you like to have near when camping. I'm thinking of a flashlight mostly. The current bag I have does NOT have this inside zippered pocket, so I typically leave a flashlight in my boots at the end of the tent. Wouldn't it be nice if you didn't have to sit up and expose yourself - especially when it is cold - to find your flashlight. Thanks to good people at TETON, you don't need to with their 20F Sports Trailhead bag.
Bag comes with a standard Oxford stuff sack with drawstring closure. If you want to minimize space while backpacking, consider purchasing a compression bag to shrink this sleeping bag down even further.
This is a long 87 inch sleeping bag that measures 32 inches at the shoulder and tapers down to a modest 22 inches at the foot. The temperature rating is +20F/-7C. A word about temperature ratings here. Temperature rating can mean a few things - the lowest comfortable temperature or the lowest survival temperature. There is a difference. Unless a company spells out exactly what they mean when they provide a temperature rating, assume lowest survival temperature. I would hate to tell you the rating is 20F and you go camping in 20F weather and find yourself very, very uncomfortable - but alive!
This is a great 20F sleeping bag that has some well thought out features at a great price.Click here to purchase this product on Amazon.