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Woot has Pacific Pass Sleeping Bags on sale from $11.99 (listed below). Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime. Otherwise, shipping is a flat-rate $6 for your entire order.
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Perfect timing to pack in my red bag. Thanks repped!
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bought a kid one! thanks!
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0F sold out
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These must be junk quality. Any experience?
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These must be junk quality. Any experience?
That's what I'm thinking. A 0F bag for $15? It's almost certainly garbage. I would be astonished if it wasn't.
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These must be junk quality. Any experience?
All of the reviews were ESL.
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The worst part is that someone will take this 0 degree bag into a situation that is actually cold. They can really get injured.
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There's no way i believe in a zero degree bag under $20
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Considering I paid $300 for my 15 degree Marmot on sale someone is getting ripped off. My bet is that it anyone who buys this.
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I could imagine a zero degree bag for under $20, but the bag itself would be 40 liters. Might work for car camping.
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Meh. $13 shipped is fine for my son's first camping trip(s), we just do car camping to relax and enjoy nature, nothing serious. I imagine he would have fun camping in the back yard with this as well.

If I cared more about quality or thought I was going to go someplace where temperatures would actually be a concern I would probably skip on this, but $13 is cheap enough for me to not get upset about it eventually getting ripped/lost/destroyed.
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0 or sub-0 should be good for street when i'm homeless. price seems ok not sure how compares to expensive brands. never heard of this seller.
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Here is my use situation. I'm a firefighter. On occasion like overtime or being detailed to a different station, I need to bring my bedding. I've been moving towards camping gear to be in my go bag so I didn't have to pack full size sheets and pillows etc.

Would this do for a very well air-conditioned bunkroom? Not looking for a quilt. But something to keep an indoor ac/ winter chill out. Located in Northern Virginia.
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