Hooray! Finally, a sleeping bag that is both warm AND comfortable. The all new Z Top™ sleeping bag has a unique top flap that comfortably seals in body heat and eliminates drafts. This revolutionary design allows you to sleep in the position you are most comfortable. You can even sprawl while keeping under the covers. In warmer conditions, you can fold back the top flap, or unzip and remove it.
In Kodiak Canvas fashion, this bag is constructed with premium materials and loaded with features. The top-of-the-line, locking, YKK zippers stay put and won’t travel during the night. Zippers are lined with anti-snag strips and have a full-length zipper baffle to reduce heat loss. Dual layer construction, with offsetting seams minimizes cold spots. A headrest at the top of the bag provides a comfortable area for head and arms. A pillow pocket helps keep a small pillow (not included) in place, or allows one to create a pillow by stuffing a sweatshirt into the space. A tech pocket provides a spot to keep a phone close at hand, inside your bag. The wedge-shaped foot box provides extra space, so toes don’t get scrunched. A zipper at the foot of the bag allows you to vent the bottom when needed. Roll up the bag and secure it with handy compression straps and snap buckles. It is made with a rugged water-resistant canvas shell, and a posh 100% cotton flannel liner. The efficient Factor-4™ insulation is a hollow fiber polyester that is light, fluffy, and very warm. A canvas duffel carry bag is included. Compatible with the Booster Quilt™ accessory (sold separately) that can boost the bag’s temperature rating by up to 30 degrees. Patent pending.
This extra-large tall size (XLT) will comfortably accommodate sleepers up to 6’6” tall and 300 lbs.
Size: XLT Extra-large tall. 40 x 95 in.
0°F Temp rating.
100% Cotton canvas shell / water resistant.
100% Cotton flannel liner / yarn dyed.
Factor-4™ insulation / hollow fiber polyester
Comfort Seal Top Flap.
Headrest with pillow pocket.
YKK locking zippers.
Anti-snag zipper strips .
Wedge-shaped foot box.
Zipper at feet.
Dual Layer with offset seams.
Three compression straps with snap buckles.
Canvas Duffel-Style carry bag.
Booster Quilt compatible (sold separately).
Pack Weight: 14.6 lbs.
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U.S. Patent No. D895,930. One or more United States and /or foreign patents pending.
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Going to buy 5 more these are the best warm sleeping bags bar none !! Ordering 4 more.
Very pleased with the quality. Haven’t had a chance to use it, but looks like it’s built like a tank.
Love this sleeping bag. Highly recommended!
I bought seven of these bags for my family. It was an investment but totally worth it. These are the best bags we have ever found. They are large, warm, and perfect. I love the carrying bag that comes with them. They are great for emergency preparedness and cold camping.
Just tried out my new bag and it was awesome! So comfy, so roomy, and so warm! I am 6'1" and about 190lbs--glad I went with the XLT, the excess space is great. Wouldn't use it for backpacking or anything like that but if the truck is nearby, this will be my bag for cold weather.
Plenty of room in the bag. I toss and turn a lot and this sleeping bag is great. The Z top keeps cold air out.
I haven't used it in the field yet, But I will tell you that just giving it the once over this Bag is QUALITY BUILT. This looks and feels to be a well constructed and designed. I am 6'5" tall 245ish and have plenty of room. You could actually squeeze two people in here if you were feeling froggy. Solid gear, should last a couple of lifetimes if taken care of. Ps, Its Huge, Not for Backpacking. I bought it to go with my KC Swag tent and I will soon order the Flex-bow as well.
These sleeping bags are top of the line . Built tough and ready to handle whatever you throw at them . I would definitely recommend them to anyone.
I've been living in the mountains with this for Fall and Winter. Negative 5 Farenheit is the coldest record on my thermometers. It averages 10 degrees Farenheit at dawn in the tent/cabin that I wake up in under this sleeping bag. The detachable small poncho/pillow area is mostly used by my dog. I'm a 6'3" tall skinny guy. I leave the bag unzipped down to the footbox and use like a backcountry down quilt. There is plenty of material to cover my head even without the pillow thing attached. Two thumbs up.