Summary: Did some research on winter bags and came across the Big Agnes concept of integrated sleeping bags and pads. Matched this bag with the Big Agnes Two Track pad. Very satisfied - just got back from camping with this setup over a weekend with night-time temps ~10 F and one night of howling winds. I was nice and toasty with just a winter cap, wool socks, long underwear, fleece pants, and a light sweatshirt.
Summary: This bag is uber warm and super comfortable. My Storm King combined with a Q-Core SL and Sleeping Giant pad kept me warm and comfortable for five days deer hunting in WI, near the south shore of Lake Superior. To give you a better idea of what this means, nighttime temperatures were in the single digits without wind and below zero with it.
"Are you a mummy? Then choose a bag that fits the living."
4 April 2013
Summary: I am not a mummy; This bag insulates well like King Tut’s bag and allows for movement of the body like your old Coleman rectangle bag.Before this bag, I used a Long and Wide size mat because I thought I needed a big mat; what I really needed was to simply stay on my mat. The Storm King’s incorporated mat allows me to stay on my mat throughout the night.
Summary: This bag is great! Its like sleeping on your favorite sofa! i suggest using the Duo-core sleeping pad with the sleeping giant memory foam pad, This bag is very warm in the cold, but when you are not in the extreme cold, it is very breathable. I used it in 60 degrees, and did not sweat all night! It also has a very easy to use zipper, that you can pull from the outside or the inside.