Teton Sports TrailHead Scout Ultralight Mummy Sleeping Bag; Lightweight Backpacking Sleeping Bag for Hiking and Camping Outdoors; Stuff Sack Included; Never Roll Your Sleeping Bag Again; Green/Grey

June 9, 2018 - Comment

The TETON Sports TrailHead +20F/-7C Ultralight Sleeping bag is a cost-effective sleeping bag that is compact, warm, and lightweight. Perfect for anyone wanting to get into backpacking or who just wants a solid, well-built mummy bag that is comfortable and breathable. The TrailHead is made from a sturdy 75D diamond ripstop that is water resistant

The TETON Sports TrailHead +20F/-7C Ultralight Sleeping bag is a cost-effective sleeping bag that is compact, warm, and lightweight. Perfect for anyone wanting to get into backpacking or who just wants a solid, well-built mummy bag that is comfortable and breathable. The TrailHead is made from a sturdy 75D diamond ripstop that is water resistant and won’t tear, even if punctured. Taped, anti-snag zippers are easy to close from inside or outside of the bag. Also includes a secure interior zip pocket for wallet or keys. The hood can cinch down tightly for added warmth. The full-length zipper draft tube keeps the warm air from escaping. Like all TETON Sports sleeping bags, the TrailHead +20F Ultralight Sleeping Bag comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty. Each sleeping bag comes with its own matching stuff sack.

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Shake says:

Compresses well if you have a compression sack

mcs1001 says:

On par with other Teton Sports products I just used this bag for the first time on a camping trip in New Hampshire. Overall I’m pretty happy. I did some shopping at REI and just wasn’t happy with what I’d have to pay for a decent sleeping bag so I decided to give this one a try. If I had to compare it to one of the bags I looked at at REI I’d say its similar to the Mountain Hardware Lamina.Size: This bag is plenty big/comfortable. I’m 6’1″ 200lbs and had no problem. It packs down to a pretty small size using the included…

Chris Nowak says:

Great value bag, if you fit in it I own 3 of these, 2 of the regular size and 1 of the “scout” size (Teton actually calls these “short”, and they’re not even listed on their website). I’m specifically reviewing the scout version. It’s noticeably smaller and lighter than the regular version. The stuff sack is a bit thicker and more rugged/tougher than the bigger version, but I purchased the 2 bigger sized bags a year or so ago so it’s possible that’s what they’re using for all the bags now.The box…

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