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KingCamp Youth Extra Wide Sleeping Bag


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Why We Like The KingCamp Teen Sleeping Bag

Whether we're cuddling up in the back of the van or resting our eyes at a campsite, we feel cozy in the Sleeping Bag. This sleeping bag is made with 100% polyester 230T diamond lattice fabric and 100% 300g/©O hollow cotton filling, warm and soft, so we're kept as comfortable as we would be curled up in our quilt at home.


  • Four season sleeping bag for teens
  • Expands as a warm blanket or mat to cover your body
  • The bottom can be opened, you can move freely
  • Skin- friendly lining for comfort
  • 230T polyester outer shell makes it water-resistant and durable
  • Collar zipper loops to prevent the zipper from accidentally opening
  • Comes with a 210D oxford compression bag, convenient for backpacking

Tech Specs

Best Use Camping
Female Comfort 42.8¨H/6¡æ
Male Comfort 33.8¨H/1¡æ
Extreme 8.6¨H/-13¡æ
Weight 1.45kg /3.2lbs
Outer Fabric 100% Polyester 230T Diamond Ripstop
Lining 80%Cotton20%Polyester
Fill 100% Polyester 300g/©O
Sleeping Bag Shape Semirectangular
Dimensions (145+30)x80cm/(57.1+11.8)x31.5in
Packed Size 38¢ª 22cm£¨15x 8.7in£©

Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
Joseph Accetta
Bottom Line: Good, Warm Bag for the Price, NOT water resistant

I was skeptical about this bag when I first ordered it, but I was pleasantly surprised when it arrived. The shell quality seemed good and it was comfy against bare skin. The hood works well, and the full zipper is nice to convert the bag for blanket/quilt mode. I used this bag over the course of a three weeklong roadtrip thru the US in October. I used it in the car as well as outside with a tent. In the car it was warm and cozy well down into the mid twenties. I spent probably 10 nights sleeping outside with it in conjunction with a thermarest basecamp self-inflating pad (r value 6) thru a variety of mostly dry enviornments: Badlands NP, Moab, Mesa Verde, Four Corners, Oklahoma, and lastly Mississippi. Temps varied from mid 40s down to high 20s, and the bag, paired with a heavy weight base layer, wool socks, and a fleece hat kept me warm and comfortable almost every night. One exception was when we had some rain in Mississippi toward the end of our trip. I got some water in my tent and it soaked right through the bag, making the down insulation useless and my feet cold. Not sure why it is advertised as waterproof. However, for a $125 down bag this is probably to be expected. If you are just starting out with cold weather camping and do not want to get too invested, you cannot beat this bag for the price, but I would not use this bag for any serious backpacking excursions, it is simply on the heavier and bulkier side and not very practical since its not water resistant and does not have downtek or anything like that. For car camping and places you know water won't be an issue it is a great value though., curious to see how it will hold up over time.

Wouldn’t use it in temps below 40, without a liner

It’s super light weight and comfy. I’m 5’4” 175lbs. It’s a little snug and the zipper does catch a little, but I’ve never had a sleeping bag that doesn’t. My 6’2” hubby can not use it because its too snug in the shoulder area. The zipper opens on the left. Most people prefer the right, but it no biggie. It’s a little noisy when you move around, but not bad. For being as light weight as it is, it is still pretty warm. I can be very cold and jump in this and within one minute start feeling warmer. It has a soft polyester feel to it, not fleecy, but the material really warms against your skin. It’s like a down jacket. If you are going to use this in really cold temps, get a fleece liner and you should be fine

Not sure if it will be warm in what it's rated for - but they worked great for us!

We used these backpacking in the Smoky Mountains in Sept - the coldest it got was 46 degrees and we stayed nice and toasty in them. I wore pajamas on the cold night. The rest of the time it was in the low 50's and I was able to sleep in my underwear. My husband is 6'2" and he was quite comfortable. We both loved that the bottom of the sleeping bag was roomy but not too much.

Rebecca Needham
Perfect for back sleepers

Husband is 6'3" and 330 lbs this was a little too small to sleep in. Wouldn't be able to move around at all. And he is not a motionless back sleeper.

J cole
Warm and comfy

Very warm and comfortable

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