Patrol Sleeping Bag, Used
This sleeping bag has slept around but it’s still in great shape!
- Draft flap to help prevent heat loss
- 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 nagging
- 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. At this modest price, you might want to consider buying more than just one or two. 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.
It is made from water-resistant rip-stop nylon, designed for cool and temperate climates. When used alone, this olive drab, lightweight sleeping bag is rated for temperatures between +30° to +50°, and weighs in at just a bit over 2 lbs.
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For the pricetag and the fast shipping alone, this bag is worth it! It's comfortable, wide enough for a side-sleeping, toss turner like myself. Slept in mid 50* temps and got so warm I had to keep the zipper open. Rolls up into the head space, drawstrings can be tightened and tied to hold it into a convenient package and better yet, it packs light. If you enjoy back country camping, hunting and fishing I would highly recommend this bag.
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The bag I received from McGuire's was in perfect condition.Every purchase from McGuire's has been too notch,reliable products,fantastic customer service.I always check McGuire's first before buying.
It is a awesome sleeping bag I used it one time and I am very happy with it. And the price is good as well I plan on buying another one.
excellent product for the money , will be using it later this summer during a camping trip