TETON Sports: Stuffing sleeping bag in to compression sack
Teton Sports Trailhead+20 Sleeping Bag Review
LEEF +20°F UltraLight Sleeping Bag w/ Body Mapping Teton Sports
Sleeping Bag Review – Ledge FeatherLite 20
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- ASIN: B013UC12Y2
- Item model number: 1131-Parent
the zipper never snagged and the liner is very comfortable. The only ding is that I wish it …
18 people found this helpful.
Used this on a motorcycle trip in late Sept, camping out in the mountains of OR, CA and WA. Woke to temps in the 20s on several occasions but was never once cold in that bag.
Gives Down a Run for Its Money
14 people found this helpful.
Not entirely sure what’s going on with the supply line for these things, as the 0 degree back (black body, green hood) seems to flicker in and out of availability. That being said, I hope they figure the supply out because this is really a fantastic bag. I have used it several times now, and it has always performed admirably. It kept me cozy in the high teens just last weekend. The inside material is a surprisingly soft fabric, not like the slippery plastic-like material most sleeping bags use. I did a lot of research before I purchased, and found this bag to be the best overall option when considering weight, price, and warmth. It’s synthetic bags like this that give down bags a run for their money.
as far as size goes it is perfect for me (I’m 5’9” and 185 lbs) i have …
8 people found this helpful.
this bag is exactly what they say it is. i replaced my old worn out equipment with this and wish i had done it sooner. as far as size goes it is perfect for me (I’m 5’9” and 185 lbs) i have plenty of room at my feet, and the hood will cover me completely. come on, if it were any larger it wouldn’t be a mummy bag… the inside is very nice, doesn’t stick to you and is very soft. it really is a 0 degree bag… at 30 degrees you’ll be stripped down and have the zipper open slightly! i used this on a trip to canada and was very comfortable in it. the wind was blowing 20 mph and i didn’t feel a thing. i highly recommend this to anyone wanting to stay warm! it doesn’t weigh too much, and has a nice compression sack to make it small enough to fit in my motorcycle boxes.
Great for beginner backpackers
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Very light weight. Compact. I used this in 30 weather this last winter here in AZ and it kept me really warm in my hammock. I like that the inside fabric isn’t sticky, its soft and comfortable. Has s place for my phone or keys. Great for a beginner backpacker. I fit mine in a waterproof dry sack for kayaking and it stuffed very well into another sack. Cones with its own compression sack.
Love this bag!
6 people found this helpful.
I took this bag backpacking to Zion National park in the dead of winter. I think it was 12 on the coldest night. I stayed nice and warm. It had a pocket near the top for a cell phone which is awesome so you can keep it handy, even all bundled up. It packs up really small. I couldn’t quite get it to fit in my backpacking bag, and I have the 80L because of the weather and because I was out there about a week. I was able to strap it to the top no problem. The bag is really light and very warm. I couldn’t wait to crawl in each night.
but it was super comfortable with that microfiber lining
9 people found this helpful.
This weekend I took my new Teton LEEF 0 sleeping bag up to the base of The Grand Teton its self. We were to summit the next day. The wind was insane and the temperatures up there drop rapidly. The sleeping bag was not only warm, but it was super comfortable with that microfiber lining! It fit just fine in the bottom pouch of my bigger backpack!
Good shape, comfortable, and warm. Works for backpacking.
2 people found this helpful.
I’ve slept in this on a few camping/backpacking trips so far, and I can definitely say that I like this bag a lot. It is pretty lightweight and fairly compact, although some more expensive bags are a bit lighter and more compact. This fits in the bottom of my backpacking rig (Baltoro 65), although just barely. As for the temperature rating of 20F, I’d say that it is pretty accurate. It will also give a little bit of resistance to wind, but don’t count on this blocking all wind – I don’t think many, if any, will do that.
OK so this is a super inexpensive bag so I did not expect much but …
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OK so this is a super inexpensive bag so I did not expect much but holy cow is it warm!! I used it in the high country here in Colorado and the temp outside was 35F, needless to say I was warm. The extra in the footbox works so well I didn’t have socks on and my feet where toasty. Its good.