19 September 2016Use since 2 to 8 weeksI recommendThat review has been deposited on this product versionpurchase confirmedVery comfortable, compactVery cosy, keeps you warm Hard to roll up
Used it while camping in Iceland (Sept), and it kept me warm through the night. It's a bit of a struggle to roll it up and fit it into the bag that is given, but gets better with some practice. Would like to buy the right zip version, but have not been able to find it at a Decathalon store as yet.
01 July 2016Use since 2 to 8 weeksI recommendThat review has been deposited on this product versionpurchase confirmedVery pleasedWarm, good closures, easy to pack away
Excellent quality, warm, good closures around the head and neck to stop drafts, surprisingly easy to repack
09 August 2015Use since 3 to 6 monthsI recommendThat review has been deposited on this product versionNice, simple and a warmth retaining sleeping bag.Adjusting hood, smooth fabric, easy to dry. I don't have any negatives about the bag.
Technically it’s a 3-season sleeping bag which is meant to be used in a wide range of conditions/ temperature ranges. It is not recommended for winter and extreme cold. Still I have managed to use it on three expeditions above 4,500 meters, for 10 days or more at temperature dipping down to -10 degree celsius. I am 5 feet 7 inches in height, I accommodate quite comfortably inside the Large size with my two layers on. The construction and design quality is durable and appropriate. The insulation is synthetic fill polyester which is advantageous than down in damp and wet conditions. It’s inner fabric is soft and smooth on skin which wicks the moisture away. Every morning when I woke up I found my bag had a thin layer of moisture on outside fabric. But inside it was totally dry. It is easy to dry it every morning after overnight moisture. The weight for the Large size is merely 1.64 KG which is lightweight in it’s own category. the bag is quite easy to stuff inside it’s compression sack and the volume can be significantly compressed with the help of its tightening straps. This is a cheapest “European Standard” labelled sleeping bag the money can buy. I suggest this product especially for first time buyers and for novices who have less experience in keeping their gears dry.
23 July 2015Use since 2 to 8 weeksI recommendThat review has been deposited on this product versionpurchase confirmedQuechua light hiking sleeping bagVery well made, high quality zip and very warm. None
Extremely good value, generous size at the shoulders and very warm. The fabric has a wonderful, soft feel to it and there is plenty of cushioning, even without a mat.
22 April 2014I recommendThat review has been deposited on this product versionA good nights cost sleeplovely and warm and cosy. Big when packed in the sack.
The worst part of camping for me is the sleeping. However having brought this I was not cold at all, and felt duvet cosy. Even when I got up in the night to find the field and other tents frosted over I was lovely and warm in this unlike all the other sleeping bags I've had in the past. So glad I choose this one, only wish I'd brought one sooner.
03 February 2014I recommendThat review has been deposited on this product versionpurchase confirmedVery warmVery warm, and light weight A little awkward to get back in the cover
My son used this for a recent winter camp, and for first time he advised he was not at all cold, great product.