Woods Canmore Standard Camping Sleeping Bag: 32 Degree

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11 reviews for Woods Canmore Standard Camping Sleeping Bag: 32 Degree

  1. Lulu

    No fur – This a very flattering down coat. It is perfect for cold winter days. It is not bulky but yet it keeps you very warm. I like the longer length for winter walks.

  2. Amysu

    Warmest jacket ever – Was exactly as described on the Moosejaw website. Was as warm as anything. Was made from very high quality material and was well Manufactured. Well worth the price.

  3. ykatieli

    Superb quality – I purchased this jacket at the beginning of January. After wearing this jacket for two weeks, I can definitely say that this was a worthy purchase.

  4. Pdiddy

    Incredible quality – Completely functional for all weather condition wet or dry. The extra goose down keeps the warmth in no matter the temperature outside.

  5. vlx5153

    Warm, wind breaking, flattering – Very flattering for a woman’s fit and the navy blue color is just stunning, almost black-looking. Perfect for subzero temperatures in Chicago and does a great job at insulating from the chilly.

  6. anonymous_7

    Fragile, unreliable and overpriced. – Failed on first use. This product failed, deflating in an hour on its first use, despite the protection of a 3mm foil-backed thermal mat AND a 300d bathtub floor, on top of soft, clean, flat.

  7. anonymous_6

    Too long or too short – Would like to buy it in a womens size (like the neo air xlite), 168×55 would be perfect.

  8. anonymous_5

    Light as advertised, but please make shorter Women’s version – I found the weight great. Although I am worried about durability I have had 12 nights in the Sierra with only my DCF tent floor below it – so far so good! It looses a little air, but by no.

  9. anonymous_4

    More hikers prefer a Regular Wide sleeping pad – Being in the GA portion of the AT, I can tell you that the average backpacker is not 6’2″, 150 lbs. For guys 5’9″, 200 lbs would be in range.

  10. anonymous_2

    I would not recommend this product – Took this product to the Tetons. First night out at 11,600ft it developed slow leak (would deflate in about 20min). Spent 2 cold nights on the ground.

  11. anonymous_1

    A+ purpose built – I’ve used this pad on alpine first ascents along with the Hyperion sleeping bag, and together they’re the best fast and light alpine bivy setup I’ve been able to put together. As far as 3/4.

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When you need a great sleeping bag to come back to after a long day on the trail, choose the Woods Canmore Standard Camping Sleeping Bag: 32 Degree. This sleeping bag was built to last a lifetime. It's filled with 3 lbs of Hi-Loft synthetic polyester fill and has webbing roll-up straps with buckles for compact storage. It has full length, over-sized zippers with zipper guards which make for easy access and closure. It's a warm, comfortable sleeping bag that's soft to the touch, but don't take our word for it - read our history! Woods invented the original down 'sleeping robe' in 1906.


Double layer offset


#5 – Two way

Fill Insulation


Shell Material

210T Ripstop Polyester



Lining Material

Polycotton flannel

Carry Bag Volume