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ALPS Mountaineering Blaze -20°
TechLoft Silver mummy bag
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The Blaze series sleeping bags are constructed with a durable, polyester ripstop shell with a soft, polyester liner and are filled with synthetic TechLoft Silver insulation. TechLoft Silver insulation consists of multiple denier staple-length fibers that have a siliconized finish for maximum insulation, loft, and compactness. The Blaze uses two-layer off-set construction featuring a contoured hood and mummy shape, which help seal in your warmth. For added heat retention, the Blaze boasts an insulated chest and zipper baffle keeping the warmth in and the cold night air out. The Blaze is offered in multiple sizes and temperatures to accommodate most people. The Blaze is a great bag to add to your camping essentials.
Features
  • TechLoft Silver insulation
  • Two-layer offset construction
  • #8 separating zippers
  • Insulated chest and zipper baffle
  • Polyester ripstop outer fabric
  • Polyester liner
  • Standard stuff sack
Specs
  • Regular
  • Dimensions: 32" x 80"
  • Fill weight: 84 oz.
  • Total weight: 6 lbs. 12 oz.
  • Stuff sack size: 14" x 23"
  • XL
  • Dimensions: 36" x 86"
  • Fill weight: 106 oz.
  • Total weight: 8 lbs. 6 oz.
  • Stuff sack size: 14.5" x 27.5"
Product Number
ItemProduct Number
Blaze -20 Regular4591441
Blaze -20 XL4592441
Customer Reviews
The Blaze -20° has been rated 1 time.
4.0 out of 5 stars
Great bag, but is it -20?

I bought this bag on a special. The cost was worth it. The bag is big and a bit heavy but that's to be expected for the price. Comes with a sack, but not a compression one. Definitely a car camping bag. I'm 5'6" 175lbs and it fits me just fine. Enough room to move my arms around too when fully zipped up - 32" (64") at the shoulders. Quality seems good.

Here's why I gave it 4 stars. The bag is rated by ALPS as a -20 f bag. There's no international EN rating which would make the temp rating more universal/ accurate. So, I bought it knowing to not put too much thought into that -20 number. I went camping for a weekend where the temps went down to 30 to 35f at night. My tent has no mesh other than the vents and a window that zips closed. With vents open, and on a cot with a 3.5" insulated pad I was nice and comfy and warm. I wore a cotton long sleeve shirt, socks, a ski cap, and just my underwear (not long johns). Sure, I slept wonderfully, but I wasnt hot. I should have been in a -20 bag at 30+f . I wont have a chance this year to get to test it at a much lower temp, but I dont think it will be able to handle -20. Maybe 0-20f would be doable depending on your tolerance for cold. I'm good with that as I dont do super cold camping.