Snugpak Softie Elite 3 Sleeping Bag Review Full HD

Snugpak Softie Elite 3 Sleeping Bag Review.

Hi I’m Paul. Welcome to my channel.

Here’s my review of the Snugpak Softie Elite 3 Sleeping Bag. It’s a very well made synthetic sleeping bag. If forms part of my sleeping system when both tent camping and hammock camping. It’s not as lightweight as my down sleeping bag but it’s perfect for when I’m out doing my bushcraft or wild camping. It’s a 3 season bag and I use it most of the year.

Thanks for watching.

Comments

Outdoors Lifestyle says:

great value bag and loving the DAB ha ha (thats all we get with my boy lol). Another great review. thanks for sharing. ATB Steve

Jorvik Outdoors says:

Hi Paul, I’m looking to buy this very bag…I like the expansion system as I too am a big lad…what comfort rating would you give it….roughly???

Wayne Brady says:

Great post Paul, im on the look out for a 3 season and i think you have just answered a few of my questions although i do have one more, you mentioned in an earlier reply that sometimes you have to use a fleece liner on the colder nights, would that be a snugpak fleece liner or do you use something else?, cheers…

Paul Outdoors says:

A great review Paul. The bag is similar to my Snugpak Softie Autumn bag that I have used now for around 6 years. As well as using it on the ground and in my bivvy bag it works great cocooning my hammock due to the exit holes at the foot end. Thank you for sharing. Paul :)

MrTenbuks says:

I have the snugpak sf 1&2 and foung if you give them a good shake to loft them up a bit before you get in helps with the warmth comfort (plus a bit of a knees up mother brown exercise to generate some body heat ) got the sf versions for the center zip and the hammock problems but I’m more like your self and prefer to be a ground dweller ,not had to use the 2 sleeping bag combo as yet I just use the smaller and thiner bag for the warm months and the bigger thicker for the cold weather ,as long as I have agood sleep pad underneath I’m usualy ok,they go well with some military snuggy trousers you can pick up cheap and a full zip cold weather jacket fully opened on top as another layer to trap warm air never does any harm

Space Junk says:

Execellent review, straight to the point, no fuss no drama, all angles covered. I’ve been looking at this bag now you’ve convinced me, I’m ordering now. Ticks all my boxes. Thanks you.

Derek Baumgarten says:

A great bag, I unzip mine and use as a topquilt.

wildphil64 says:

good review atb phil

Craig White says:

Dear Paul Messner Sir… good to see you. May I take a moment of your time to say I appreciate your honest review on that particular bag it appears to be quite technical the double zips. I already have Sleeping bags that I will be setting free from there stuff sacks on your good advice. Thanks for the tip about opening the zip at foot level for extra cooling. I got a cheap andes sleeping bag just for fun it’s massive it had a compression sack I broke the compression sack after a few ins/outs the straps tore off.
Stuff is getting better now days. I learnt that a person can put there self inflating mat inside the sleeping bag I tried it it’s ok.
Good Show Paul Messner. From Craig White.Cornwall. See you soon be good!

Flat Broke Frank says:

Paul do you find the bag ok in terms of room at the foot end?

Ray says:

Paul have you used that in conjunction with a bivy sack? And if so how did you fare in cooler weather?

NorwegianWoods says:

Thats a really nice review. The sleeping bag looks great :)
– Martin

Philip Nicolson says:

looks like a nice bag. I like the extra space feature and you can minimise it for the extra warmth if needed.

Serkan Reis says:

Nice review, Paul. I was looking for an affiliate link to click on in the end. :)

Kevin Ellis says:

You need to practice that Dab Mr Messner but good effort!!!!

John Roberts says:

hi Paul
I’m thinking of buying the snugpak softie elite 4, taking into account of your review on the elite 3 , could i put the elite 4 into a dry bag like you did with the alpkit 700, and do you recommend a 35ltr dry bag for this.

taffyboy07 says:

What month was you using the bag in UK Paul to be cold at 0 degree ?,

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