User Review: Coleman Canyon 32
Price Paid: $65
Staying “Just Right” when sleeping on a campout.
Our Troop camps out year round. In the summer you don’t need a heavy sleeping bag and in winter you’d need a sleeping bag that rolls up bigger than a small car to stay warm. From a lot of camping experience I have found the perfect combination for year round comfort.
For 70 to 50 degrees I use the $10-$15 fleece rectangular sleeping bag from Walmart/Kmart. From 50 to 30 degrees I use the Coleman Canyon 32 degree bag.
This bag is inexpensive ($75), lightweight and stuffs down very small. It's made from Thinsolite, which is used to line gloves and coats, and is very thin and light for the insulation that it gives you. Even when it's wet it will keep you warm.
The Canyon bag stuffs so small that it doesn’t take up all the room in your backpack. From 30 to 10 (and lower with clothes on) you put your fleece bag inside of your Canyon bag. I've used this combination for 6 years and taken it down to 3 degrees under a fly.
Happy comfortable camping!