I was skeptical on how the Sisu Sleeping Bag by Sakari Gear would perform but after 13 nights of use with multiple nights in the upper 30s I can say with certainty that this bag kept me warm and toasty. It is heavy but has proved to durable, and at $70, has a price that is hard to beat. You can read my final thoughts HERE.
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One of the best things about reviewing gear is the ability to try out new products and learn about new companies. One of the new companies is Sakari Gear. Sakari Gear’s “goal is to be able to provide great quality outdoor gear at a great price, while creating a meaningful social impact.” Their first product is the Sisu Sleeping bag which I have the good fortune of reviewing. You can read my initial thoughts on the Sisu Sleeping bag HERE.
I have been able to test the Kelty Cosmic 20 in some warmer temperatures recently, both in a hammock and in a tent. It’s going to be hard to find a bag out there that gives you this much bang for your buck. Click here to see some updates from my last two trips and read my final thoughts on the sleeping bag.
I was able to take the Kelty Cosmic 20 on a multi night backpacking trip on the Black Mountain Crest Trail. Varying temps on each nigh allowed me to test out the temperature ratings above and below the Cosmic 20’s range.
A down, three-season sleeping bag with a ton of value at a great price, the Kelty Cosmic 20 has a lot to offer for a sleeping bag that costs less than $200. Click here to read my initial review on the bag.
I used the Slumberjack Lapland 20 F on a 3 day 2 night trip along the Pinhoti Trail in east central Alabama. It turned out to be rather warm for January but I managed to get the bag wet. Did I mention we saw some storms… Anyways, the sleeping bag performed nicely, even when wet. To read the rest of the update please click here.