Texsport Olympia Sleeping Bag

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Nothing is as crucial to a successful camping trip as a good night's sleep, and the Texsport Olympia Sleeping Bag helps provide just that. This mummy-style bag is comfort rated down to 15 degrees Fahrenheit, and measures 33-by-24-by-84 inches (W x H x D), fitting campers of almost any size.
Its navy blue exterior and interior are made of ripstop polyester material with double-layer offset scroll construction for maximum durability. The bag is insulated with three pounds of 100% Insulblok siliconized hollow fiber insulation to keep you toasty throughout the night.
The machine washable bag includes a polyester stuff sack, and a hang tag for airing out once you're off the trail and back home.
  • Fill, Lining, and Outer: 100% Polyester
  • Mummy-style bag is comfort rated down to 15 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Made of ripstop polyester material with double-layer offset scroll construction for maximum durability
  • Insulated with three pounds of 100% Insulblok siliconized hollow fiber insulation
  • Machine washable; includes polyester stuff sack and hang tag
  • Measures 33-by-24-by-84 inches (W x H x D)

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Good 3 season sleeping bag - comfortable at 35 degrees.

We do most of our camping in the fall, winter and spring when the crowds are small and it gets dark early. We recently added two little girls, aged 4 and 7 to our family and needed some sleeping bags so they could join us on our first camping trip together. That camping trip was Thanksgiving weekend. We bought two of these for the kids and they did a good job. We tent camped in 35 degree weather. Of course the kids were bundled to the nines in fleece, hats, gloves, etc but they slept great and were nice and toasty when we pulled them out in the morning. We have a very high quality double sleeping bag from a major outdoor retailer and and it was really, really, really expensive. We needed good, warm bags but didn't want to shell out $200 just in case they hated camping. Figured we could move them to our sleeping bag if it got too cold or the bags didn't meet our expectations. These did a good job and we had no issues with getting them back into the included stuff sacks. But they are pretty noisy. Swish, swish-swish, swish-swish-swish. Eventually we all fell asleep to the sound of the swishing and it was all good.