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Coleman Big Basin 0 Degree Adult Sleeping Bag

(18 customer reviews)

$55.74 $41.99

The Coleman Big Basin Sleeping Bag will keep you comfortable and protected in temperatures down to 0-20 degrees Fahrenheit. It is a hybrid-shaped bag, with a mummy-shaped contoured headrest head and a rectangular bottom for extra foot space. This Coleman sleeping bag is sized for the big and tall, measuring 39″ wide x 92 ” long, fitting most people up to 6’8″ tall. It’s made of a diamond ripstop cover over a polyester liner, with 4.5 lbs of ColeTherm insulation for reliable heat retention. It features double-batt, offset quilt construction to eliminate potential cold spots, with a semi-sculpted hood to surround your head with warmth, an insulated chest baffle to keep heat in the body of the 0 – to 20-degree adult sleeping bag and a cozy fleece foot section to keep your toes warm. A full-length draft tube locks out chilly drafts, while a handy two-way zipper provides maximum ventilation. A convenient stuff sack is included with the Coleman Big Basin Sleeping Bag.

Brand

Coleman

Size

Twin

Color

Gray,Brown

MPN

2000032182

18 reviews for Coleman Big Basin 0 Degree Adult Sleeping Bag

  1. Dejae,

    Big Bag – I had searched high and low for a sleeping bag for my husband who is in the service. We wanted something he could use in his rack.

  2. Jmario,

    Perfect for a big man – Extremely comfortable great for car camping or the cabin. Anti-snag zipper best I have ever used.

  3. Campmaster55,

    Overrated Warmth Rating But Otherwise Great Roomy – This is an over-sized well-made sleeping bag. I have yet to use it in the dead of winter, but I doubt it will keep me comfy at zero degrees as predicted.

  4. Full Timer

    Great shell, Needs more insulation – Feels great to the hand and very comfy inside. The addition of more insulation would make this a top notch cold weather bag.

  5. Dejae,

    Big Bag – I had searched high and low for a sleeping bag for my husband who is in the service. We wanted something he could use in his rack.

  6. SABishop

    Perfect Sleeping Bag – I bought my Big Basin about 3 years ago and am very satisfied with it. It’s perfect for very cold conditions and I love how much room there is.

  7. Awbiegurl,

    My perfect bag! – I’ve had my Big Basin since about 2012-ish. I’ve camped with it tent camping in the snow in Yellowstone and the Tetons, cool spring weather in the Carolinas, and cold winter desert nights in.

  8. Jmario,

    Perfect for a big man – Extremely comfortable great for car camping or the cabin. Anti-snag zipper best I have ever used.

  9. Awbiegurl,

    My perfect bag! – I’ve had my Big Basin since about 2012-ish. I’ve camped with it tent camping in the snow in Yellowstone and the Tetons, cool spring weather in the Carolinas, and cold winter desert nights in.

  10. Full Timer

    Feels great to the hand and very comfy inside. The addition of more insulation would make this a top notch cold weather bag.

  11. Awbiegurl

    My perfect bag! – I’ve had my Big Basin since about 2012-ish. I’ve camped with it tent camping in the snow in Yellowstone and the Tetons, cool spring weather in the Carolinas, and cold winter desert nights.

  12. SABishop

    I bought my Big Basin about 3 years ago and am very satisfied with it. It’s perfect for very cold conditions and I love how much room there is.

  13. Full Timer,

    Great shell, Needs more insulation – Feels great to the hand and very comfy inside. The addition of more insulation would make this a top notch cold weather bag.

  14. Campmaster55,

    Overrated Warmth Rating But Otherwise Great Roomy – This is an over-sized well-made sleeping bag. I have yet to use it in the dead of winter, but I doubt it will keep me comfy at zero degrees as predicted.

  15. hadtomakeanametoreview,

    Very Roomy – I am 6’3″ and weigh 220. I have always had a tough time getting a bag in which I can comfortably sleep.

  16. Awbiegurl,

    My perfect bag! – I’ve had my Big Basin since about 2012-ish. I’ve camped with it tent camping in the snow in Yellowstone and the Tetons, cool spring weather in the Carolinas, and cold winter desert nights in.

  17. Awbiegurl

    I’ve had my Big Basin since about 2012-ish. I’ve camped with it tent camping in the snow in Yellowstone and the Tetons, cool spring weather in the Carolinas, and cold winter desert nights.

  18. hadtomakeanametoreview,

    Very Roomy – I am 6’3″ and weigh 220. I have always had a tough time getting a bag in which I can comfortably sleep.

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