User Review: The North Face Tundra
Fill: polarguard delta
Temperature Rating: minus 20
Weight: 5 lbs.
Price Paid: $249
This bag is rated to minus 20. I used it with an insulated pad, North Face Mountain 25 tent, and snowy temps at minus 10 degrees. This bag is cold. It is NOT the bag to buy for the cold. I froze and I do not sleep cold. I agree with the previous reviewer, Rich, about the Tundra's synthetic fill. It does not loft well at all, which means a colder bag. I had to really bundle in order to be moderately comfortable. I own a Mountain Hardwear Spectre SL down bag rated to 20 degrees above zero and that bag is actually warmer due to the 800 fill down. I do however, like the fit and the features of the NF Tundra bag. I use it for a survival bag in my truck in the cold of North Dakota and for occasional sleepovers at the inlaws. Yes, it is perfect enough to use to sleep indoors and one will not sweat.