The Temperature Ratings is Important
Many people will be puzzled when they see the sleeping bag’s label, “What do the temperature ratings on these bags actually mean?” you are not alone. Does a sleeping bag with a rating of zero degrees means I can comfortably sleep outside when it is zero degrees? According to my experience, I find not.
The majority of the sleeping bag I used are not as warm as their manufacturers claim. When minimal clothing is worn to bed, most are best suited for use when the nighttime minimum temperature is about 20 degrees warmer than the bag’s rating.
A sleeping bag must keep you warm enough to get a good night’s sleep. This is the starting point for selecting the right model for you. With Grizzly 2 Person sleeping bag, we always have warm night for camping.
It’s available in three temperature ratings (-25-, 0-, and +25-degree) and in either cotton duck canvas or polyester ripstop exterior fabric. Both the cotton and ripstop models feature two-layer offset construction, ensuring the seams don’t overlap to prevent cold spots.
We tried this out on a “cold” night in Yosemite National Park. The temp dropped to a recorded 27 degrees and my wife and I stayed warm all night. We used 2 pads underneath the sleeping bag and kept near each other and were *just* fine.
If you will camp in the cold weather, this is the sleeping bag for you. Camping in the mountains is no joke, and its cold in the winter. You need the right tent, and the right Sleeping bag. The Grizzly by Black Pine 2-Person sleeping bag will keep you warm if you are not sleeping on ice. Until now it worked well for me.