Reddit Reddit reviews Suisse Sport Adventurer Sleeping Bag - Left Zip

We found 12 Reddit comments about Suisse Sport Adventurer Sleeping Bag - Left Zip. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Suisse Sport Adventurer Sleeping Bag - Left Zip
Blue and Black/Yellow, Double Layer, Compression SackStandard adult sleeping bag designed for size and weight-conscious hikersDrawstring Hood and Draft Tube for Additional Protection Against the ElementsDouble-Layer Offset Quilt Construction 30 degree ratedCompression Stuff Sack
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12 Reddit comments about Suisse Sport Adventurer Sleeping Bag - Left Zip:

u/Loaatao · 4 pointsr/camping

I used this one for about a year and I liked it quite a bit. It brought me down to the 40s comfortably without a sleeping bag liner. It compresses really small but it's a bit on the heavy bag.

For $40 though, it's seriously an amazing bag.

u/LittleHelperRobot · 2 pointsr/AppalachianTrail

Non-mobile: I found this one on Amazon for cheap.

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u/a_very_stupid_guy · 2 pointsr/camping

Mate, you might want something like this

It'll probably be the smallest compression sized bag

u/red_rhyolite · 2 pointsr/backpacking

Ehh I'd be wary. You can find gear for cheap, you just have to do some searching. Looks like you've got plenty of time to do that, too. If you're not willing to commit to backpacking as a hobby just yet, don't worry about buying the $300 sleeping bag. I have a $40 one I got on Amazon and it works amazing if you run hot. We have a "guest" backpack that we got from Costco for $25 (yeah it's not the best engineered pack, but perfect for someone who only goes once every few years). Costco is also great for cheap, non-cotton clothing and socks. They should be getting all of that stuff in in a few weeks.

REI gear sales are the way to go for headlamps, pads and tents. This is a good mid-level cooking set for two, and the Pocket Rocket is a good quality, low price stove option.

Basically, for the cost to rent, you could get mostly set-up with mid-range gear you can keep. You've got the time to find the good deals, why not take advantage of it?

Also, super jealous. I've always wanted to go to Glacier N.P.

u/N736RA · 2 pointsr/motorcycles

Ive been happy with this sleeping bag : http://www.amazon.com/Suisse-Sport-Adventurer-Ultra-Compactable-Sleeping/dp/B007Z0H5CY/ref=sr_sp-atf_title_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1404775663&sr=8-2&keywords=compact+sleeping+bag

Works into the 40s real well, not the best quality but I've been happy, packs up to a bit smaller than a basketball

For a tent I've got one of these: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Eureka-Woodland-1-Man-Tent-New-ICS-2000/261504691244?_trksid=p2047675.c100010.m2109&_trkparms=aid%3D555012%26algo%3DPW.MBE%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20131231084308%26meid%3D8156739769262393341%26pid%3D100010%26prg%3D20131231084308%26rk%3D2%26rkt%3D24%26sd%3D271541989197

And then the llbean pathfinder sleeping pad.

Alternatively, if I'm camping where theres trees, then I'll bring a hammock, bugnet, and tarp.

u/invisible_dog · 1 pointr/AppalachianTrail

I haven't bought a sleeping bag for a few years but it looks like there are some decent ones out there for reasonable prices. I found this one on Amazon for cheap.
Looks like it's not the lightest option but compresses small and has good reviews. A 30 degree bag will be fine in July- you could get away with a warmer rating if you want to.

As for a tarp, anything will do. I've used hardware store blue tarps, pieces of sheet plastic, Tyvek house wrap, and army surplus ponchos for that purpose. The poncho was great because it doubles as rain gear. You don't need to spend a lot of money.

u/heartbeats · 1 pointr/CampingandHiking

Used this backpacking around the PNW all summer and a bit of fall. Relatively light, cheap, and very packable. I was never cold, even when night temps got down into the 40s up in the mountains.

I went ahead and trusted the reviews, and it's probably one of the best purchases I've made in a while. Definitely going to upgrade when I get the money, but for backpacking on a budget it is pretty much the best.

u/jimmyqex · 1 pointr/CampingandHiking

That's a possibility. This is the one I have.

u/Psyphilguy · 1 pointr/CampingGear

I got this one. It is definitely not rated down to 30, but it gets the job done for sleeping in 40s and 50s. It doesn't get terribly small, but I got it because we got both versions and they zip together with my girlfriend. I plan to upgrade soon, but it was a good starter bag to get me out 5 times last summer.

u/ALXD · 1 pointr/CampingandHiking

This bag has been recommended all over, pretty decent reviews.

u/Lilyo · 1 pointr/backpacking

I just went ahead and bought this one http://www.amazon.com/Suisse-Sport-Adventurer-Ultra-Compactable-Sleeping/dp/B007Z0H5CY

It seems to compress really well with the included sack and it's fine for where I'll be camping (just in the summer basically). The coldest place I'll be camping will be Norway in May, but I'll probably get something else for that next year.