Coleman Silverton 0 Degree Adult Mummy Sleeping Bag

April 22, 2019 - Comment

Sleep comfortably, even when it’s 0⁰ F (-17.8⁰ C) outside, in the Coleman Silverton 350 Adult Mummy Sleeping Bag. With a polyester ripstop cover and polyester lining, it’s designed to keep you warm from top to bottom while eliminating cold spots. The semi-sculpted hood surrounds your head to keep you warm. A special quilting construction

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Sleep comfortably, even when it’s 0⁰ F (-17.8⁰ C) outside, in the Coleman Silverton 350 Adult Mummy Sleeping Bag. With a polyester ripstop cover and polyester lining, it’s designed to keep you warm from top to bottom while eliminating cold spots. The semi-sculpted hood surrounds your head to keep you warm. A special quilting construction eliminates potential cold spots. The 3-in. insulated draft tube blocks heat loss through the zipper, and a box-shaped foot gives you extra room to move your feet. When you’re done, it’s easy to put it away in the stuff sack. The Silverton 350 fits heights up to 6 ft. 2 in. (1.88 m) and is machine washable.

Product Features

  • Made of the highest quality materials
  • Camping Outdoor Sleeping Gear
  • Another quality Coleman product
  • Thermolock insulated
  • Full length draft tube prevents heat loss through the zipper
  • Reflective logos compliment an updated style and colors
  • 60oz. Coletherm system insulation

Comments

Anonymous says:

Perfect for Casual & Urban Campers! Let me start by saying I have both the Coleman 25 degree and the Mountain Hardwear 15 degree sleeping bag. The reason why I purchased this sleeping bag in the last minute was because my Mountain Hardwear sleeping bag was being lend out at the time to a friend and I didn’t want to burn through my wallet trying to get another 0-15 degree sleeping bag from Mountain Hardwear. This is where the Coleman 0 degree sleeping bag comes in. The 25 degree version has been heavily used by my parents and I…

Anonymous says:

DO NOT BUY IF OVER 5’6″ or BIGGER BUILD For me its perfect. I’m 5’6″ with medium build. WARNING: IF YOU ARE ANY BIGGER DO NOT BUY. In all honesty it should be labeled youth. I dont think the sleeping bag is even 6 feet long total to tell the truth. I’m giving it 5 star for me but if you are taller or overweight at all you will be very very disappointed. Im going to be using it in a week camping and its supposed to be chilly at night. I will let you know how it does from there.

Anonymous says:

Actually meets its rating for the cold! I took my time trying to find a sleeping bag that would perform to its stated 0 degree rating without breaking the bank and I have found it. I have been outside in Michigan throughout this December and have experienced as low as 9 degrees Fahrenheit thus far. Even on that night I was almost too warm and considered using the lower zipper for some ventilation. The bag is comfortable, just roomy enough to be able to roll over in and the toggles to draw the hood and chest closed work to perfection…

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