Coleman Oak Point Cool Weather Sleeping Bag

July 6, 2017 - Comment

Stay warm in your Coleman Oak Point Cool Weather Sleeping Bag, even when the temperature dips to 30° F. Inside the bag, the specially-designed, patented zipper system plows fabric away from the zippers to avoid snags, and Fiberlock Construction prevents Coletherm Insulation from shifting—extending the life of your sleeping bag. When you’re ready to pack

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Stay warm in your Coleman Oak Point Cool Weather Sleeping Bag, even when the temperature dips to 30° F. Inside the bag, the specially-designed, patented zipper system plows fabric away from the zippers to avoid snags, and Fiberlock Construction prevents Coletherm Insulation from shifting—extending the life of your sleeping bag. When you’re ready to pack up, the patented Roll Control System keeps the bag in place for easier rolling and the QuickCord no tie patented packing system makes storage a cinch. The big and tall 39 in. x 81 in. bag fits heights up to 6 ft. 4 in. and is machine washable, with a polyester cover and soft cotton flannel lining. It also comes with a 5-year limited warranty.

Product Features

  • Made of the highest quality materials
  • Camping Outdoor Sleeping Gear
  • Another quality Coleman product

Comments

Raymond J. Ackley says:

Very comfortable – zips together! I’m in the Army and do a fair amount of sleeping outdoors, and I can say that this is a great sleeping bag for what it is designed for (family car camping, advertised temperature range). 

Retired Navy MPR says:

So happy I bought a second one Bought one and was so happy I bought a second one. I’m 6 foot 2 and really liked the size of these. Buy getting two we can zip them together and wife and I have a size to fully cover the queen air mattress. Have used them twice and found them comfortable and well made. While the weather was very good, only got down to 63 at night, so very mild weather, but found them comfortable. I kept the boxes to repack them, but really need to find a good stuff sack, as the boxes are not going to hold…

Jazzy D says:

Warm, Comfortable and Roomy I went hunting this past weekend for the first time with some friends. My buddy suggested the week before the trip that I pack a sleeping bag and an air mattress although we were staying in a “heated” cabin. I was glad I had this bad boy. The heat cutoff in the middle of the night an the cabin temperature dropped to 48 degrees F with an outside temperature of 30 degrees. I was warm and toasty until the heating unit reset. 

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