Eureka Casper 15 Degree Sleeping Bag
Thin and light warmth even in colder temperatures and rated to 15 degrees Fahrenheit, the regular-sized Eureka Casper 15 Degree Sleeping Bag mummy-style sleeping bag is designed for those users who want the ultimate lightweight compact bag at a great price. It features a bag-within-a-bag design, which keeps cold air from the outside from getting through and warm air on the inside of the bag from escaping. The inner layer of the bag is cut smaller than the outer layer to create a consistent thickness of insulation throughout the bag, which prevent thermal leaks from forming. The trapezoidal foot section is angled to allow for the foot's natural sleeping position. It has a fully adjustable contoured hood. Other features include a two-way, self-repairing zipper, inside stash pocket, exterior pillow pocket, and compression stuff sack.This sleeping bag is filled with Eureka's proprietary Rteq fiber fill, which provides maximum warmth with the lightest wieght and most compact stuff size. Rtyeq fiber fill is a blend of four different fiber each chosen for it's properties related to loft, compactness, thermal perofmance and durability. Rteq is the best fill availible when examining the performance to price relationship
- Material: 210T polyester diamond ripstop shell
- Double layer off-set multi-needle quilt construction
- Fully adjustable contoured hood
- Differential cut
- Draft tube
- 210T polyester taffeta liner
- Inside "stash pocket" (MP3 player not included)
- External pillow pocket
- Trapezoidal foot box
- #5, 2-way, self-repairing zipper
- Compression stuff sack included
- Zipper Side: Right
- Insulation: Rteq
- Temp Rating: 15 degrees F
- Size: 82" x 32" x 21"
- Fill Weight: 1 lbs. 12oz.
- Carry Weight: 2 lbs. 15 oz
Purchase the Eureka Casper 15 Degree Sleeping Bag from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- March 15 2010
warm and light...
This sleeping bag is a really good value and has kept me comfortable so far...I recently used it in northern Florida, where evenings were in the mid forties. The zipper works really well which was important to me; also, it is extremely light, and easy to pack in the stuff sack provided; I got it even smaller than it was when it was shipped. I found the regular size to be plenty long and am 5 foot 11. While I'm not sure of how it will feel in much colder weather, I am satisfied at this point that I have an exceptionally well made sleeping bag.
- April 28 2009
Great Bag at a Low Price
This bag packs very small and is very light. Despite packing small, the bag still offers warmth at low temperatures. I used the bag in the 20 degree range and was perfectly snug. I would certainly recommend this bag for others looking for a good bag at an affordable price.
- January 5 2009
An excellent value bag!
The Casper has very good features in that it packs small, has an excellent weight to temperature ratio, and a stash pocket. I've used it in the twenty degree range with comfort. One reason this bag has a low degree rating lies in snugness. I'm average in build and this bag hugs me. You won't toss and turn in it, but length is good for a six-footer. A suggestion is that if you are a righty get a left zipper and vice versa since those last couple of inches at the neck would challenge Houdini.