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Historic Range: $63.59-$169.00
Reviewers Paid: $200.00
|Temp Rating||20° F||20° F|
|Fill Weight||1 lb 8 oz / 677 g||1 lb 9 oz / 715 g|
|Max User Height||76 in / 193 cm||80 in / 203 cm|
|Shoulder Circumference||66 in / 168 cm||68 in / 173 cm|
|Hip Circumference||64 in / 163 cm||66 in / 168 cm|
|Foot Circumference||46 in / 117 cm||46 in / 117 cm|
|Stuffsack Size||9.5 in x 18 in / 24 cm x 46 cm||9.5 in x 18 in / 24 cm x 46 cm|
|Price||$159.00 USD||$169.00 USD|
What a great bag for the bigger folks out there. I'm 6'1" and about 260 lbs. I'm a stocky guy overall and had a hard time finding a bag that would clear my shoulders. I bought the Casaval XL long version and it has plenty of room. For those who don't like the mummy style, this one has that extra room to move around a bit. The length is a bit much for me but I didn't want to chance the shorter bag at 6'4" rated height. I don't mind the extra length as it can be used to keep my feet warm with my fleece gear when it gets cold.
As far a performance, it's great. I've used it out in about 10 degree Celsius weather in Canada and it's not too warm and not too cold for me. I am going to test it out to its limits this fall when I go elk hunting.
Temperature Rating: 20 Farenheight
Price Paid: $200