I had the opportunity to check out the Survival Hax Mummy Sleeping Bag at a discount and I thought "Hey, that could come in handy!" I have never in my life had a sleeping bag. Is that weird? I never really spent the night at too many people's houses or went camping. Still, I thought this would be nice to have on hand for a spontaneous camping trip nowadays, to keep with my emergency kit, or even gift to a camp-loving friend.
I was first quite pleased to see that it came rolled up nicely in a carrying bag.
I unrolled it and crawled in. I love the mummy style! I was tempted to use this in my bed. haha! Seriously, even if you're at home and you just can't seem to get warmed up... crawl into this thing! I mean, why not? If you have it already... get more use! The bag is just over 7 feet long which I think is pretty awesome. That means most people are going to be very comfy with this bag. Once you slide all the way in, you can pull the drawstring to get really sealed up! Being fully wrapped like this is the best way to keep all your body heat in and stay really warm. Supposedly this bag can keep you warm in temps as low as 24 F. I haven't had the opportunity to test that, but that seems pretty impressive. I think a good point is that this sleeping bag is water resistant. Some people use that interchangeable with waterproof. Not the same thing. But water resistance is definitely a good feature!
I wish I had more experience with sleeping bags and their options to share with you. In my limited knowledge of the subject, this seems like a decent sleeping bag for a reasonable price.
Below I will paste some information from the company so you can have some official specs!
From Survival Hax:
The Mummy Sleeping Bag by Survival Hax is the best 3 season Sleeping Bag you can find.
Our Mummy Bag can handle temperatures up to -2 Degrees Celsius. This comes out to around 24 degrees Fahrenheit and will not keep you warm if you're on Mount Everest. This is a 3-season while zero G is made for cold temps.
FAQ 2. Is it water resistant?
Yes. The outer material can resist water and you'll stay dry outdoors. However, if you saturate the bag in water it will eventually soak through the lining. There is a difference between waterproof and water resist.
What sleeping bag would you recommend? I'd love to know!
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