Coleman Big Basin 15 Big and Tall Adult Sleeping Bag

March 15, 2019 - Comment

The Coleman Big Basin Big and Tall Sleeping Bag combines the warmth of a mummy-style sleeping bag with the extra space of a rectangular bag. This adult sleeping bag has an elongated design that can accommodate most people up to 6 feet 6 inches tall. It is ideal for camping in climates where temperatures dip

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(as of May 24, 2019 10:25 pm GMT+0000 - Details)

The Coleman Big Basin Big and Tall Sleeping Bag combines the warmth of a mummy-style sleeping bag with the extra space of a rectangular bag. This adult sleeping bag has an elongated design that can accommodate most people up to 6 feet 6 inches tall. It is ideal for camping in climates where temperatures dip as low as 15°F. On warmer nights, keep the adjustable hood loose and open the 2-way zipper to ventilate the bag. When the weather cools off, zip the bag completely to keep yourself warm and comfortable. The bag’s Coletherm hollow polyester insulation and Thermolock draft tube help retain warmth, while its fleece-lined footbox and special quilting construction eliminate potential cold spots. Built to keep you warm season after season, this rugged, machine-washable sleeping bag features a ripstop-reinforced polyester cover that resists tearing. And thanks to its ZipPlow system, the bag easily opens and closes without snagging.

Product Features

  • Adult sleeping bag for camping in temperatures as low as 15 degrees F
  • Big and tall design can accommodate most people up to 6 feet 6 inches tall
  • Thermolock draft tube helps prevent heat from escaping through the zipper
  • Coletherm hollow polyester insulation provides superior heat retention
  • Adjustable hood allows you to personalize warmth and ventilation

Comments

Anonymous says:

6’5″ and no complaints We all have different bodies, so I will review for me. I am a big dude. 6’5″ and about 325 pounds. Thick upper body due to years in the gym. I went this weekend and camped in Prince William Forest in Virginia. The wind chill hit 11 and the wind really got into my tent vents. When I climbed into my bag to crash out, it was like jumping into a cold pool in the spring. However, within 15 minutes, I was not only comfortable, but I could feel my skin getting warm to the touch. 30 minutes…

Anonymous says:

A great bag if you’re bigger than an average person, and you don’t plan to use it regularly in below freezing temps Overview:This is a great bag if you’re bigger than an average person, and you don’t plan to use it regularly in below freezing temps.PROS:I’m 6’4″, about 210 lbs, and found this to be a very comfortable sleeping bag.Foot area is fleece lined.Foot area vents to allow air flow.CONS:It’s not light, so you won’t want to take it backpacking.It’s not small, so again, not for backpacking.OTHER NOTES:The zipper is on the…

Anonymous says:

Huge bag! This is a very nice bag but it is huge. I am 6’0″, 215# and I swim in it. I would almost say it’s too big. The last time we camped I rolled up in it unzipped and had enough slack to cover my wife (who is always cold). For comparison with a normal mummy bag, which was a little snug on me, I attached an image of it on top of this one. Note the significant height and width difference.

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