Ready for the Backcountry
This super lightweight bag has a carry weight under 4 pounds and built to keep you warm and comfortable during the cold nights in the backcountry.
• Over-sized 84" x 32"
• Drawstring Closure
• 20D 380T Poly Liner
• Chest & Shoulder Baffle
• Full Length YKK Zipper
• External Chest Pocket
• 20D Poly Ripstop Shell
• Lightweight Compression Bag
• 0 Degree Lightweight Carry Weight - 3.75 lbs. & Thermolite Insulation - 2.9 lbs. fill
• 20 Degree Lightweight Carry Weight - 2.6 lbs. & Thermolite Insulation - 1.9 lbs. fill
From our customers
It performed as it should and packed well for my 5 day Colorado Elk hunt. I had to vent the bag a little at night to keep from getting too hot during the high 30 degree nights. Amazing sleeping bag!
Bought the bag for a WY antelope hunt. Got there and a cold front decided to come in and nightly temps dipped into the teens with out wind chill and we were in a 3 seasons tent. The bag was light weight so I was hesitant at first. Kept my long johns, sweat pants and hoody on and never got uncomfortably cold. Definitely a good bag for the price!
- zipper system
- Kuiu 6000
- antelope hunt
XKG Summit 20 Degree Mummy Bag
I love this sleeping bad. It is super light weight and very functional. I love the material, draw string, and pouch.
20 degree bag
Needed a liter bag for summer use in the backcountry of Alaska. Seems to fit the bill for what I needed.
Better than expected
Bought the bag for a WY antelope hunt. Got there and a cold front decided to come in and nightly temps dipped into the teens with out windchill and we were in a 3 seasons tent. The bag was light weight so I was hesitant at first. Kept my long johns, sweat pants and hoody on and never got uncomfortably cold. Definitely a good bag for the price!
Good Sleeping Bag
Bought this for a backpacking trip. Overall size is great, easily fit into the bottom of my Kuiu 6000 pack so I didn't have to dangle it on the outside of my bag. Really comfortable setup and seems pretty warm for a 20 degree but I haven't had it in crazy low temps yet. (maybe about 25-30F was the lowest). The durability of the bag seems like it might be questionable if you are rough on your gear. Seems like it might rip easy if you snag it on something but I am just not used to having a bag made out of this material. My only real con with this sleeping bag is the zipper system - it seems like a guard or whatever you would call that could have been added which would make it easier to zip up, but that is totally manageable. Overall I would recommend this bag (so far).