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Used the bag on the weekend in Nova Scotia, we had cold mornings at about 10 C, I was warm and comfortable, love it and will be getting another for my wife. It’s light and packed down small for the rucksack. The only issue is that it feels flimsy so I felt I had to handle it with care, as I was trying not to break it. This is to be expected as it is a very lightweight bag, note it didn’t break and handled the trip well.
Very light, in terms of warmth it's hard to say, this is not a four season bag but you can probably do 7-8 months out of the year here in southern ontario. I wouldn't use it below 10C or colder but it's a perfect summer bag. A lot of heat is lost from the sleeping pad so get good pad and you'll be warmer. Overall, love it! Perfect for light bikepacking and backpacking, even had a nap in it at home.
Bonjour, J'ai reçu mon colis hier en fin de journée et je suis très déçu d'avoir payé 112$ pour un sleeping bag qui n'est pas du tout comme d'écrit dans l'annonce... vous mentionné que la cote confort est de 8 degré et la limite confort de 2 degré, mais ce n'est pas du tout vrai... sur l'étiquette du sac de couchage il est écrit 11 confort et 6 pour la limite. Avoir su que je perdais 3 degré de chaleur en confort et 4 en confort limite je n'aurais jamais acheté ce sac de couchage ! Vous n'est pas du tout compétitif ! En plus les plumes sont de mauvaise qualité... Ce n'est pas du tout ce que je recherchais en terme de chaleur et de qualité ! Le zipper est également fragile et reste coincé par endroit... J'espère un remboursement complet !
This is a wonderful backpack bag. It's super small, packs well, and seems very well put together.
I wouldn't put a great deal of stock in the 11 degree C/52 F comfort rating, even on a very high r-rating sleeping pad. On an R4+ pad, with both base layer and down on, in single digits Celsius, this bag was uncomfortably cold. I've since added a liner, and suspect that is going to make a large difference. other than the temp rating, though, I am very happy with the bag. Came with the compression sack and the off-season sack for storage, and came much faster than expected.
As long as the temps you'll be in work, you'll be happy with the bag.
Note: this bag is nylon inside and outside, so it might come as a shock to you if you're expecting the nylon outer/cloth inner layout. Doesn't affect performance, but might be something to consider as far as what you sleep in.
I bought this for the compact-ability... and small volume it takes up in my pack. Also the weight is nothing... camped out in August in fairly decent overnight mountain weather and was more than warm! Maybe dropped to 15 Celsius at night the first night, then maybe 10 Celsius the second night. Both nights were more than warm and comfortable throughout the night into the cold of the morning. I'll have to try it in the fall, but maybe with fleece liner. Love the difference in weight to my normal mummy bag rated for -7 celsius.. and a third the weight! However the closer I get to cold fall nights... or even winter nights in Alberta, I'd opt for the heavier bag to cope throughout the night. However summer... the AEGISMAX killed it for average temps and sleepability... if that's a word... The package is about the size of my jetboil... but far less heavy.
I have used this in a variety of temperatures. It is an ultralightweight bag and a super deal at this price. For spring and fall I use an SOL **breathable** bivy with it for ultralightweight camping - easily down to 5C. .. The material is very smooth but doesn't feel clammy, imo. Some people have mentioned an odor (from the fill?) I have not found anything objectionable in that regard but then again, I'm out camping so I'm not super fussy! :)