Wenzel Conquest 25-Degree Sleeping Bag (Olive)
An affordable and roomy three season sleeping bag from Wenzel, the Conquest measures 38 inches wide and 81 inches long making it a smart choice for either camping in the woods or at home. Filled with 5 pounds of non-allergenic Insul-Therm polyester fill, it will keep you snug and warm down to 25 degrees Fahrenheit.
An affordable and roomy three season sleeping bag from Wenzel, the Conquest measures 38 inches wide and 81 inches long making it a smart choice for either camping in the woods or at home. Filled with 5 pounds of non-allergenic Insul-Therm polyester fill, it will keep you snug and warm down to 25 degrees Fahrenheit. Featuring a durable polyester outer shell and comfortable cotton flannel lining, the quilt-through construction keeps the fill in place reducing cold spots. Other features include a large self-repairing zipper and two elastic straps for easy bundling and storage. Specifications: • Size: 38 in. x 81 in. • Fill: 5 lbs. of non-allergenic Insul-Therm • Outer: polyester • Liner: cotton flannel • Storage: 2 elastic strapsAn affordable, roomy sleeping bag for three-season campers, the Wenzel Conquest delivers a warm, comfortable night’s sleep time and again. The Conquest–which boasts a 25-degree F temperature rating–is filled with 5 pounds of hypoallergenic Insul-Therm polyester fiberfill, a cozy material that provides good warmth retention. That bag’s quilt-through construction, meanwhile, keeps the fill from bunching to help eliminate cold spots. Other features include a durable polyester/cotton outer shell, a soft flannel lining, a large self-repairing zipper, and two elastic straps for easy bundling.
Specifications: Temperature rating: 25 degrees F Size: 81 by 38 inches Fill weight: 5 pounds Fill type: Hypoallergenic Insul-Therm Outer: Polyester/cotton Liner: Cotton flannel Zipper: #7 self-repairing Storage: 2 elastic straps
Wenzel just “gets it” If you’re looking for a comfy 5-pound bag, the Wenzel Conquest may be on your short list. As I mentioned in another review, 5-pounds will keep you warm down into the 30’s. If you’re camping in the 30’s or 40’s and you opt for a 3-pound bag that is rated at 30-50 degrees, you’re probably going to be cold. I would use the upper end of the temperature rating as a true barometer.This bag gets everything right. It is equally as warm as the Coleman 5-pound “scooped” bags and is also…
Snug as a Bug in a Rug Took these camping last week for the first time & they are very warm & comfortable. Temps were down into the 30’s & it was hard getting out of my bag in the mornings. We got two & they can be zipped together. We used them on a queen size air mattress and it almost felt like we were home in bed. Flannel inside is substantial thickness & doesn’t feel like you’re sleeping inside a roll of seran wrap like our old nylon bags.