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Coleman Big Basin(TM) Big and Tall Sleeping Bag

November 28, 2015 - Comment

The Coleman Big Basin Extreme-Weather Hybrid Sleeping Bag will keep you comfortable and protected in temperatures down to 20°-0Degree Fahrenheit. It-Inchs a hybrid-shaped bag, with a mummy-shaped head and a rectangular bottom for extra foot space. The Big Basin is sized for the big and tall, measuring 39-Inch wide by 92-Inch

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The Coleman Big Basin Extreme-Weather Hybrid Sleeping Bag will keep you comfortable and protected in temperatures down to 20°-0Degree Fahrenheit. It-Inchs a hybrid-shaped bag, with a mummy-shaped head and a rectangular bottom for extra foot space. The Big Basin is sized for the big and tall, measuring 39-Inch wide by 92-Inch long, fitting most people up to 6-Inch8-Inch. It-Inchs made of a diamond ripstop cover over a polyester liner, with 72 ounces of ColeTherm insulation for reliable heat retention. It features double-batt, offset quilt construction to eliminate potential cold spots, with a semi-sculpted hood to surround your head with warmth, an insulated chest baffle to keep heat in the body of the bag, and a cozy fleece foot section to keep you toes warm. A full-length draft tube locks out chilly drafts, while a handy 2-way zipper provides maximum ventilation. A convenient stuff sack is included.

Product Features

  • For temperatures 0 F to 20 F
  • Big and tall design for heights up to 6 ft. 6 in.
  • Diamond ripstop polyester cover and polyester liner
  • Wide bottom for room to move your legs
  • Semi-sculpted hood helps lock in heat
  • Quilting construction eliminates potential cold spots
  • Thermolock(TM) full-length draft tube prevents heat loss through the zipper
  • Two-way no-snag patented zipper plows fabric away from the zipper
  • Unzip the bottom for extra ventilation on warmer nights
  • Stuff sack for quick and easy storage
  • 5-year limited warranty
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Comments

Naia777 says:

6’5″ and no complaints We all have different bodies, so I will review for me. I am a big dude. 6’5″ and about 325 pounds. Thick upper body due to years in the gym. I went this weekend and camped in Prince William Forest in Virginia. The wind chill hit 11 and the wind really got into my tent vents. When I climbed into my bag to crash out, it was like jumping into a cold pool in the spring. However, within 15 minutes, I was not only comfortable, but I could feel my skin getting warm to the touch. 30 minutes…

C. Stovall says:

Works well if you know how to use it My wife used this bag on a recent trip where the overnight temps were in the mid 20’s. It kept her warm and toasty while wearing only a single layer of light clothing. As with any bag, achieving maximum warmth requires good insulation from the ground (we use an inflatable mattress and pad). It’s too heavy and bulky for hiking, but perfect for car camping. 

Brett D Hagberg says:

Very warm, very comfortable, very roomy! I have to admit, I have not used this in sub-zero temps. I did, however, use it when the indoor temp at a hunting camp was about 25 degrees. I actually had to vent once in a while because it was so warm inside. 

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