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Historic Range: $14.69-$229.00
Reviewers Paid: $110.00
|Weight||1 lb 8 oz / 681 g||1 lb 10 oz / 741 g|
|Temperature Rating||40° F / 4° C||40° F / 4° C|
|Fill||Climashield Neo Synthetic||Climashield Neo Synthetic|
|Max User Height||6 ft 0 in / 180 cm||6 ft 6 in / 200 cm|
|Shoulder Girth||60 in / 152 cm||62 in / 157 cm|
|Hip Girth||58 in / 147 cm||60 in / 152 cm|
|Foot Girth||38 in / 97 cm||38 in / 97 cm|
I began looking for a small, lightweight bag because I was tired of taking my bag rated for 30F and sweating all night long in the summer. My search eventually lead me to the North Face Propel.
Right away I noticed how small it packed and how light it was. As I began to look closer the quality of construction stuck out along with the materials used. Based on what I saw, and the price, I purchased the bag.
My first time sleeping in it I was positive that I was going to be cold (I used it for the first time at the end of May in Northern Minnesota.) I thought for sure that I had made a mistake in taking this bag instead of my 30F. It felt thin and way to light to keep me warm. As I crawled in I noticed how it held in the right amount of heat, if I was Goldie Locks this would be the baby bear's sleeping bag, if you know what I mean.
I woke up the next morning refreshed and still in my bag, whereas with my 30F I would often wake up half way out because I was too hot. All I can say is this is a quality product that you can buy without thinking twice.
Price Paid: $110