GREAT BUDGET Summer Sleeping Bag | Ozark Trail 40 Degree Sleeping Bag | Backpacking, Hiking, Camping

Not ready to drop a large amount of cash on a sleeping bag? Head to your local Walmart to find this hidden gem of budget backpacking gear. Ozark Trail has produced a budget sleeping bag with a 40 degree rating, which makes it a great summer sleeping bag. This thing does have some short comings, but for the price, you really cant complain. This is a tremendous value buy for someone that is a beginner backpacker or someone that does not want to break the bank on lightweight backpacking gear. Ozark trail gear is not always the top quality, but it is worthwhile enough to get you on the trail.

Who is the Ozark Trail brand? Ozark Trail is a brand commonly thought of as exclusive to Walmart. They have some hits and some misses. The price can’t be beat on most products though as all of the gear is thought of with a tight budget in mind.

Ozark Trail 40 Degree Sleeping Bag ———

Height – 75 in
Width – 33 in
Weight – 1.9 lbs
Survival Rating – 40 degrees
Comfort Rating – 55 degrees
Rip Stop Fabric
97% Polyester 3% Nylon
Includes Stuff Sack

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TNH Outdoors Customer Service says:

Hi mate, can you email me please, I would like to give you some gear to review if you wish? Thanks !Bo

Ace Rimmer says:

lol, You said”Rule of thumb”

CBVTV says:

Wow I had this bag with some of my gear and had never used it … took it with me on an over night kayak trip with temps suppose to only get down to 56 degrees … I realize that its suppose to just keep you alive to 40 but honestly I though I was going to freeze to death … maybe it got colder then the what they predicted but I was cold .. anyway good review !!

Slone's Wilderness Expeditions says:

I’ve actually been using that very bag for the past two summers. Works fine, very compact.

whatfreedom7 says:

I was considering one of these till I saw it was $39.99. I can get a REI, marmot or Snugpak for around $60.

Mark Drumm says:

Great video!

Tim Watson says:

Check out the Costco down throw (bed bath and beyond also makes one). It’s half the price, lighter and really can go down to 40 comfortably with some layering.

Nathan Allen Pinard says:

I bought the 50, which in Oregon in Mt. Hood that probably wasn’t a smart idea despite the temp not getting to 50. The winds are what mattered.

dmkccR2ventureMade says:

Thank you much! This review is what I have been waiting to find. What a great bag.

Iridium242 says:

Neat review, I wondered if these were worth it.

David Bigelow says:

I compared this bag to the eno quilt rated at 50 degrees …but opted to try this one at a $60 savings. Thanks for the video!

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