Hi there, I've owned this model for about two years…
Temperature Rating: +10 degrees
Weight: 4 lbs.
I've owned this model for about two years now. It is a fabulous sleeping bag. We went camping last minute in late autumn in Northern Maine and ended up in a rain storm. When we woke up, we found ourselves in two inch standing water inside our tent. But thanks to NEBO, we awoke cozy, warm, and dry, while the rest of our tent and hiking gear was soaked.
I hike with this in my pack all the time. It has 4lbs of fill weight that even I can take anywhere. I am 5'6, 120lbs. It can zip to my boyfriend's sleeping bag in seconds and is the most rugged sleeping bag I've ever owned. Is the definition of waterproof!!!
I would and do take this sleeping bag for everything. Just really not recommended for summer travel as you will DIE of overheating in this bag. It is no joke!!!
Hope this helps.
I did an overnight campout with the scouts and other…
Fill: I know it's not down and I know it's better than down.
Temperature Rating: -10
Price Paid: Can't remember. Found it on ebay.
I did an overnight campout with the scouts and other leaders in February. They all slept in tents, but I slept out under the stars. The next morning I noticed frost around the head of my sleeping bad. Everyone, including the leaders, complained how hard it was to sleep because it was so cold.
I slept great. I was warm and comfy the whole night. One of the leaders was so impressed, he went home and right then ordered a Nebo -10 mummy and is very happy with it. It's a big bag but I can still strap it on top of my back pack frame and hike for hours.
Thank you, Nebo.
I am a big man, 6'2", 255lbs. Since our Boy Scout…
Design: Rectangular Mummy
Fill: Some unknown synthetic....
Temperature Rating: -10
Price Paid: $100 US
I am a big man, 6'2", 255lbs. Since our Boy Scout Troop is cold weather enthusiasts, a lot of our camping is done in the wintertime, so I needed a big bag. Very comfortable, NO problems staying warm. Too big and heavy for backpacking, but perfect for hauling in on a sled. I can sleep in my skivvies, without a worry.
Only issue is that the zipper may tend to snag, if you yank it up or down too hard. I would recommend the model with the flannel liner though, for a little extra comfort. Do not use this bag when it's any warmer than freezing, or you'll sweat to death. For the price and what I use it for, I would recommend it to anyone looking for a good value.