Be warm and comfortable each night in the women’s specific and designed Aurora C0 Sleeping Bag from Coleman.
Surround your face in softness as you snooze thanks to the Comfort Cuff™ feature, while heat loss is prevented by the Thermolock™ draft tube. This bag features a CozyFoot™ fleece footbox lining which provides you with 25% more warmth than standard lining material - so you can sleep more comfortably. Getting in and out is a breeze with the ZipPlow™ zipper that prevents snags and mishaps. To keep it straight for no-fuss rolling up, enjoy the Roll Control™ system with the Quick Cord™ for simpler packing (without the need for tying).
Get snug at the campsite in the comfortable and women’s specific Aurora C0 Sleeping Bag from Coleman.
Designed by women for women
Comfort Cuff™ keeps your face comfortable
Thermolock™ draft tube prevents heat loss through the zipper
CozyFoot™ fleece footbox lining is 25% warmer than standard lining material
Roll Control™ system keeps it straight while rolling it up
Quick Cord™ system for easy packing without tying
ZipPlow™ zipper for snag-free opening and closing
Snowys Comfort Rating:
Max. User Height:
198L x 84W cm
45L x 28W x 28H cm
Hollow Fibre Polyester
Brushed Polyester | CozyFoot™ Fleece Footbox
Single Anti Snag
Can you join two of these together? And other than a bit smaller, how do they compare to the Pilbara range?
Kath - Clifton Grove, NSW(2 days ago)
Yes, you can join two of these together, opened out, and zipped around the edges like a sandwich. Be mindful that this means one person will have a hood section to deal with over their face. They have the same comfort rating options as the Pilbara, however, the Pilbara range is larger, hoodless & is made from Cotton with a flannelette inner. The Aurora series is made from Brushed Polyester inside and out. The Pilbara C-5 has a removable liner to allow you to tailor the comfort rating on warmer nights, whereas the Aurora C-5 doesn't have this feature. The Aurora C-0 with a Coleman Stratus Fleece Liner would give you a similar solution to the Pilbara C-5. Hope that helps.
Lauren - Snowys(14 hours ago)
Tips on getting back in the bag?1 answer
Hi, I have this, and also the Coleman Aurora C0 CozyFoot Sleeping Bag. They are both great for sleeping in, very warm, but... They are both extremely hard to get back in the original sack, with the Aurora C0 the worst of the two. It's impossible to do it by stuffing (for me anyway), and when rolling it is still very very difficult. With the sacks feeling fragile, I can't see the seams lasting. Do you have any tips? Can someone in the store try to get the Aurora C0 in its sack and let us know the best way to get them back in the sack? Also interested in any higher quality after-market sacks whose price is appropriate for sleeping bags <$75. Thanks!