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I tested it at -10 centigrades without a tent. I was…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Design: mummy
Fill: 400g holllofil 6
Temperature Rating: comfort at 0-5 centigrades
Weight: 1,90kg
Price Paid: $65

I tested it at -10 centigrades without a tent. I was in polar clothes and it was quite comfortable. I think it's a very good choice. Good materials, price to quality ratio is excellent! It's also important that there's no cotton in any part of this sleeping bags, so it gets dry very qickly. Hood is also big and has optimal shape.

But it's not produced now! Instead of this model campus produces the series "Adventure" which are comparable with model "Polar", if somebody likes to buy it I can help with this because I live in Poland.

Official web site of Campus is www.campus.com.pl sleeping bags you find here unfortunately this web site is in Polish: http://www.campus.com.pl/index.php/124/24514

Regards Grzegorz Wasiluk gwas@wp.pl

Construction 3 layers on top and 2 layers bottom.

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Design: Mummy
Fill: Thermo 6
Temperature Rating: -14c to +5c
Weight: 1.95 kg
Price Paid: $40 to $64

Construction 3 layers on top and 2 layers bottom. Thermoloft 6 hollowfibre filling 400 grammes per square metre. Complete with compression sack. Despite the price this is a high quality expedition sleeping bag. If they are not available in the states then I suggest someone gets the Campus franchise quick! Campus make a whole range of camping gear including tents and rucksacks.

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Campus Polar

reviewers paid:
$52.00 - $65.00

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