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The North Face CAT'S MEOW

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"Nice Warm Sleeping Bag"

carlos, MooseJaw
1 week ago
  • Summary: It is a nice looking sleeping bag, great construction. Compression Sack and Storage Sack are both nicely labeled; compression is even color coded to avoid mixups. Women's regular perfect for 5'4"/125; roomy.Have the women's regular as well as a men's extra long and they zip up very easy since the mens is Left Handed Zipper and the women's is Right Handed Zipper.
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"Great Sleeping Bag made by a Great Company"

carlos, MooseJaw
1 week ago
  • Summary: It is a nice looking sleeping bag, great construction. Compression Sack and Storage Sack are both nicely labeled; compression is even color coded to avoid mixups.I'm 5'11"/220 and went with the extra long for bit extra leg and hip room.Have the women's regular as well and they zip up very easy since the mens is Left Handed Zipper and the women's is Right Handed Zipper.
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"Good synthetic bag for spring, fall, and summer."

Sara, MooseJaw
17 June 2014
  • Summary: I love this sleeping bag! It is warm without overheating, it's light, packs well, and comes in a great color. It's stuff sack is small and waterproof. Big ups for the hand warmers on the interior. This bag will last for a long long time.
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Overall 10
10

"Great bag"

Andrew, MooseJaw
5 May 2014
  • Summary: Feels weird being the first custy...anyways, this is a great bag. While it doesn't really pack down as small as I thought, it packs down pretty small for a synthetic. Thee new foot box really keeps your feet super warm. The draft tubes are awesome, and they help keep you super warm as well. The bag's comfort level is 34, but if you wear a shirt and thermals, you'd be good down to 20. Overall, super warm bag, and great for 3-season camping.
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I just spent 2 nights in the Black River State Forest,…

Trailspace.com
30 April 2011
  • Summary: I just spent 2 nights in the Black River State Forest, Wisconsin. I took the Cat's Meow out for the first time, expecting to be disappointed with all the complaints about temperature rating. Most of the night was around 32F, but around 3am it dropped to 26F. The humidity was 100% most of the night (didn't find this out until I got home). I was comfortable all night, only felt slightly cold when I woke around 4am.
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Great piece of gear!  I am delighted with this purchase.…

Pete Staehling, Trailspace.com
13 April 2011
  • Summary: Great piece of gear!  I am delighted with this purchase. I used this bag on a month long bicycle tour in the Sierras and was very pleased. It exceeded all expectations. It will definitely be going along on many future bicycle and backpacking trips. It is now my primary sleeping bag. It packs reasonable small, is very light, and is warm enough.
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This bag is not as warm as other 20-25 degree bags.…

C_otter, Trailspace.com
11 April 2011
  • Summary: This bag is not as warm as other 20-25 degree bags. Over the years, I've found that a new 20-25 degree synthetic bag will keep me warm when temperatures are in the low 40s. This bag did not. I'm wondering if some of TNF's recent modifications to reduce weight removed necessary insulation. I think temps would need to be over 45 for me to be sufficiently warm in this bag. I did find the glow-in-the dark zipper pull annoying, but it is easily removed.
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I bought the (Polarguard fill at that time) bag a…

Trailspace.com
14 March 2011
  • Summary: I bought the (Polarguard fill at that time) bag a few years ago for use in the Cascades and Olympics in the iffy early and late seasons. First time I used it was on a 6-day trip through the Baily range in ONP in early fall. Weather was fairly good so I slept under the stars each night. I never even unpacked the tent. Temps were down to frosty in the morning, and one night the wind just howled- blowing loose items away.
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Funny enough the ratings of this bag is either very…

Sam Samson, Trailspace.com
10 February 2011
  • Summary: Funny enough the ratings of this bag is either very high or very low which makes you wonder how consistent the quality of the bag is. For my part this must be the worst bag I've ever owned. It's nowhere near it's comfort rating and should be sold as a summer bag.
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I used a North Face Cat's Meow sleeping bag for many…

Trailspace.com
24 November 2010
  • Summary: I used a North Face Cat's Meow sleeping bag for many year back in the 80s and 90s. It is an excellent bag!
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