Sleeping Bags and No Tents

Okay, see the sleeping bags, but… where are the tents?

And, no, this isn’t a set-up for a “pitch a tent” joke. :stuck_out_tongue:

Maybe they mean the world is your tent???


weights would be nice, but thinking these aren’t gonna be hiked in.

That’s what I was wondering too.

That in the world of sales is what you call a
“bait and switch”.

Not really…

Definition: a sales tactic in which a customer is attracted by the advertisement of a low-priced item but is then encouraged to buy a higher-priced one

We’re not encouraging you to buy anything else.

Checking on the title though.

UPDATE: Better?

Yes, but now I’m a little disappointed because I was thinking about getting a tent… :frowning:

The wrong photo is posted for the wentzel grande 0 degree bag!!! The description says rectangular and brown

Yep, seems so. I’ve emailed the team.


Can you guys supply the bag(s) weight? That is pretty important info, even if one is not hiking with it. Thanks!

Yes, I too need to see the weights before I decide. Thank you

So 3" of height and 2" of width make up the difference between a men’s sleeping bag and a women’s sleeping bag? I’m not 83" tall, or even 80" tall for that matter, so I feel like I could probably save myself $20 and get the women’s version. Any other guys try this?

Women’s bags are usually narrower. So if you have wide shoulders, it probably won’t work. I’ve seen some men’s bags that can be too narrow for me.

Since when did sleeping bags have gender?


2 Questions:

1- How wide and how long is this sleeping bag?
2- Shouldn’t this most basic info be included in the "specs?

(1) Mountain Trails 64925214 Kirkwood 40 Degree Sleeping Bag Olive”