A very nice bag at a great price. I have been using…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Design: mummy
Fill: Polarguard Delta
Temperature Rating: +20º
Weight: 2.75 lbs
Price Paid: US $55

A very nice bag at a great price. I have been using this bag for backpacking trips in North East and TN for last six months. It is serving me very well.

- fairly lightweight for the price
- very compressable
- temperature rating is very true
- I like the sizes that GoLite offers for their sleeping bags, that helped me find my perfect fitting.
- I like the hood and it closes off any draft or cold wind that one can expect in a cold night.
- very water resistant shell
- color, unassuming and easy to care for

- Half way zipper, a full length zipper or a longer zipper would make entry and exit much easier
- no small pockets to store small stuff that is found in other bags, like my Sierra Designs bags
- although I did not face it yet, but I heard that the Polarguard Delta is not as durable as some other insulation in the market.

Overall I am very happy with the bag. It provides more comfort and warmth than some more expensive bags that I have used and am currently using. But I found that in most of my outdoors trips I am taking this bag along leaving some of the other pricier bags home. I don't use down for some personal reason. This bag is one of the better choices with synthetic insulation...

GoLite Laze Bag


The Laze Bag has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$55.96 - $169.99

The GoLite Laze Bag is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 29, 2006 at

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