0 Degree Sleeping Bag for Big Guys

Dr.Chill

Junior Member
Joined
Nov 1, 2022
Messages
21
Location
Minnesota
I'm 6'3" 220 and use a WM Kodiak long bag. SG bags don't interest me at all. Not paying WM or FF prices for an Asian- made bag.

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+1 for the WM Kodiak. I'm 6'3 170 (could stand to eat a few more meals i know) and it's got a ton of room. Shoulder room is awesome and can actually trust their temp comfort ratings.
 

swampthing

Well Known Rokslider
Joined
Mar 9, 2019
Messages
537
Location
prince george british columbia
I am a bit "heftier" than you and decided a long western mountaineering kodiak was the bag for me! Problem was, I am up in Canada and couldnt find one anywhere. They are also pricey up here at about $1000-1,100.00 canadian. I found a similar bag from a company called "Taiga" thats in vancouver, british columbia. They make a wide long back for cold conditions and are reasonably priced at under $500 canadian.
 

EasilyExcited

Well Known Rokslider
Joined
Jan 20, 2016
Messages
251
I had a feathered friends penguin . It got stolen and I picked up the stone glacier and love it. Has more room and just as warm. I'm 6' 2" 210lb and have room
 

S-3 ranch

Well Known Rokslider
Joined
Jan 18, 2022
Messages
524
Location
South west Texas & Gulf of Mexico
Not a backpack bag , but a super good base camp is Teton
 
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