The Hybrid Hooded -5°C Sleeping Bag by Coleman keeps you snug on those sub-0-degree getaways!
With a Comfort Cuff design for surrounding softness, this bag boasts homelike qualities for those trips beyond the bedroom. A snag-free ZipPlow zipper allows for safe, easy opening and closing, while the separate foot zip mediates the temperature surrounding your extremities for a comfortable night’s sleep. For a streamlined packing process too, Roll Control prevents the bag from skewing and twisting for easy rolling, working with the QuickCord no-tie closure for efficient fastening.
Designed for sublime outdoor dreaming, the Coleman Hybrid Hooded Dexter Point -5°C Sleeping Bag offers cosy comfort in icy-cold outside conditions.
Hollow fibre construction for superior thermal insulation
Interior pocket for small essentials
Fits campers up to 1.9m tall
Comfort Cuff for a soft-surrounding face design
Roll Control keeps bag straight for easy pack-up
QuickCord no-tie closure for easy packing
ZipPlow zippers protect fingers with snag-free opening and closing
Separate foot zip for temperature control
Max. User Height:
198L x 83W cm
42L x 29W x 29D cm
190T Brushed Polyester
Hollow Fibre Coletherm
190T Brushed Polyester
Single Anti Snag
Snowy's Rating1 answer
I know Ben says it's true to temperature but given there is not a single bag out there that truly is, what comfort rating or other sleeping bag out there would you compare this to? Kingsford by Oztrail?
Anthony - East Melbourne, VIC (3 weeks ago)
The Kingsford -3°C sleeping bag would be the closest match to this one. While the Hybrid is slightly smaller, it features a thicker fill and is fairly similar in the other specs. It's generally recommended to choose a sleeping bag with a rating a few degrees lower than your intended temperature. With this bag, you can expect to stay comfortably warm until around 0°C to be on the safe side. If you want extra insulation, consider adding a sleeping bag liner to the mix.
Kaya - Snowys(3 weeks ago)
Hybrid sleeping bag?1 answer
What is a hybrid sleeping bag?
Jennifer - Adelaide Bc, SA (4 weeks ago)
I've just given Coleman a call and they have let me know that Hybrid is the name of the range and isn't a different type of bag to the others. This Hybrid range has been designed in 3 different comfort ratings for colder conditions.