Survival Hax 3-Season Mummy Sleeping Bag Review


For those who have been reading this blog for a while, you probably know we are huge believers of spontaneous travel and the millennial digital-nomadic lifestyle. Today, we bring you a review of something that goes hand in hand with the adventure lifestyle! Presenting the Survival Hax Mummy Sleeping bag.

Receiving this product was a pleasant surprise. Unlike the massive, lumpy, difficult to carry sleeping bags, the 3 season Mummy Sleeping bag is compact, lightweight and easy to carry, especially when you backpack a lot!

The 3 season actually means that it’s optimal for spring, summer, and fall when the temperatures are above freezing. It weighs around 2.5 pounds, is water resistant and is 7 feet in length. The optimal temperature for usage is 0 to +15C or 35 – 59 F.

Though I have only had a chance of trying it out for very limited conditions, here in California during early winter, I have liked it so far. I am yet to figure out if this keeps me as snug as a bug in a rug for some rugged camping nights and not completely fall apart.

This sleeping bag keeps your body cozy, allows for airflow if your feet are too warm or wrap yourself up like a mummy if your head feels too cold! There’s even a hidden pocket for your phone so you don’t have to fumble around in the darkness.

So, if this piques your interest, here’s a code SLYP75BG that gets you a cool 70% off your purchase via Amazon or the Survival Hax Online Store. Just bear in mind, this sleeping bag is not ideal for camping in winter or freezing temperatures!

Let us know if you have tried it or are keen on trying it for your amazing 2018 camping trips!

Disclosure: Product received. No affiliate links used.


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