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4lb. 30 Degree Sleeping Bag - Embark™

4lb. 30 Degree Sleeping Bag - Embark™ - image 1 of 3
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about this item

We've combined function and fun in this Embark 30 degree Fahrenheit sleeping bag. Four pounds of cushy, high-loft insulation keep even cold sleepers toasty, and the soft, breathable fabrics include colorful prints, so you can slumber in style. For added versatility on warmer nights, there is an extra zipper at the foot for adjustable venting solutions. When it's time to pack up camp, our sleeping bag includes easy elastic roll straps and a carry sack for tidy storage.
Dimensions (Overall): 5.0 inches (H) x 35.0 inches (W) x 80.0 inches (L)
Shell Material:: Polyester
Includes: Stuff sack
Features: Full length zipper, self-repairing zipper, two-way zipper
Material: Polyester
Fill Material: 100.0% Polyester
Pattern: Stitched pattern
Weight: 5.7 pounds
Sporting Goods Item: Sleeping Bag
Suggested Age: 3 Years and Up
Packed Height: 20.0 inches
Product Size: Large
Care and Cleaning: Machine wash
Closure Type: Side zipper
Lowest Temperature Rating: 30 Degrees Fahrenheit
Material: Lining Sleeping Bag Percentage 1: 100.0
Material: Lining Sleeping Bag 1: Polyester
Sleeping Bag Style: Rectangle
Packed Width: 13.0 inches
Fill Weight: 4.0 pounds
Packed Length: 13.0 inches
TCIN: 51464105
UPC: 047297992809
Item Number (DPCI): 091-06-0325
Origin: Made in the USA or Imported
California Residents: view Proposition 65 warning

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Zipper is horrible

(would not recommend)
1 out of 5 stars
Rhonda5 months ago
Horrible zipper! There is so much extra material around the zipper are that it takes two people and a lot of patience to zip this up. Returning today.  see moreof Rhonda's review
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    Not recommended

    (would not recommend)
    1 out of 5 stars
    jlg10 months ago
    verified purchaser
    Horrible. If you move a toe while you are sleeping, the sleeping bag unzips. If you breath too deep, the sleeping bag unzips. If you think too hard, the sleeping bag unzips. Not good when its in the high 40s/low 50s at night. However, when you want to zip the sleeping bag, you can't. The zipper is s...  see moreof jlg's review
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