Modular Sleep System (MSS) Patrol Bag — Used
This US Army Patrol Sleeping Bag is part of the Military Issue Modular Sleep System 4-Piece Set. The patrol bag is made from water-resistant ripstop nylon, designed for cool and temperate climates. When used alone, this lightweight bag is rated for temperatures between +30° to +50°, and weighs just a bit over 2lbs. The bag is water-resistant, but for full waterproofing, we recommend the Military Issue Bivy pack which is made from Gore-Tex™, and is fully waterproof.
- Genuine Issue (NSN# 8465-01-398-0685)
- 90-92" x 36"-37"
- Rated for temperatures between 30°F to 50°F
- Reversible double-pull slider allows ventilation on either side
- Non-locking slide fastener self-repairs in the event of jamming or snagging
- Hood adjusts for heat retention; includes nylon draw-cord and barrel lock
This gently used US Army Patrol Sleeping Bag is part of the Military Issue Modular Sleep System 4-Piece Set. You can always keep one in your car trunk “just in case” there is emergency flooding, a hurricane, or a similar situation requiring you to quickly leave your home. It’s a great sleeping bag to keep on hand for camping, sleepovers, and more.
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I ordered a used Patrol Bag a couple weeks ago now and have had one opportunity to use it. The bag was perfect used in back of my 4Runner in North Carolina. Ordering was easy and the bag arrived within just a few days. I couldn't be happier!
The patrol bag when used with the gortex bivy was plenty warm for Spring camping here in Western Washington State.
A new patrol bag wasn't available so I picked up the surplus version. It is visibly used but there is no damage. The zipper is in good shape. I'm 6' 2" and barely just fit.
Patrol bag came very quickly. It is used but in very good condition and serviceable. Did not see and tears stains repairs. lots of life left in it. After shopping around, the price was the cheapest. If you are looking for a patrol bag. This is a good on price and equipment. I would definitely recommend, two thumbs up.