• Mountainsmith - Crestone Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Synthetic - Olympic Blue
    Mountainsmith - Crestone Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Synthetic - Front
  • Mountainsmith - Crestone Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Synthetic - Olympic Blue
  • Mountainsmith - Crestone Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Synthetic - Front
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Mountainsmith Crestone Sleeping Bag: 0 Degree Synthetic

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$52.48 $149.95

Item #MOU004Q

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Tech Specs

Material:
polyester
Insulation:
MountainLoft Hollow Fiber
Shape:
mummy
Zipper:
full-length
Max User Height:
6ft 4in
Shoulder Circumference:
65in
Hip Circumference:
62in
Foot Circumference:
40in
Bag Length:
80in
Draft Tube:
full length
Fill Weight:
2lb 12oz
Degree:
0F
Stuff Sack:
included
Stuff Size:
18 x 10in
Claimed Weight:
4lb 10oz
Recommended Use:
camping
Manufacturer Warranty:
lifetime

Campsite comfort.

While the spooky owl calls and rustling of who-knows-what in the bushes may keep you up at night, at least the cold won't when you're tucked into the Mountainsmith Crestone 0 Sleeping Bag. Ideal for car camping trips and family outings, it's packed with MountainLoft Hollow Fiber insulation to keep you toasty through below-freezing temps, even in wet or humid conditions. Quilted construction prevents the insulation from shifting around so you experience consistent comfort throughout the night, and the adjustable hood and full-length draft tube keep heat locked in for a cozy feel.

  • Toasty bag for car camping trips in cold weather
  • MountainLoft Hollow Fiber insulates even when wet
  • Full-length draft tube prevents heat from escaping
  • Adjustable hood offers cozy comfort
  • Contoured footbox offers toes room to wiggle
  • Compression stuff sack offers efficient storage
  • External loops for hang drying when wet
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Terrible! heavy as hell!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Maybe missed it during the purchase, but it is sooo heavy! the compression stuff sack was broken when i received it....

Worst sleeping bag ever!

    Had to put a liner, long sleeve underwear, wool socks, a jacket and beany to keep warm and it was only 25F and its supposed to go down to 0F. Take my advice and buy a major brand.

    Time to get outside!

    Climbing a Colorado fourteener with Mountainsmith!