The current issue British Army PLCE Sleep System is the one you want for those cold nights. It has a synthetic filling and is rated to -15C. It is also large enough for any person up to approx, 6ft 3ins.
Complete with its own stuff sack.
Latest issue British Army Sleeping Bag System
Half length zip with Velcro flap
2 large mesh pockets inside
Complete with Compression Sack
Weight approx. 2 kg
Colour: Olive Green
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eeyore Knight Grand Cross of the Wild Empire
Registered: February 2006 Location: i'm right here Posts: 11154
Review Date: Sat 21, October, 2006
Would you recommend it? Yes |
Total Spent: £35.00| Rating: 9
very warm , relatively easy to carry
known affectionately in the forces as a green maggot , this is a cracking bit of army surplus kit which I absolutely love - It is my bag of choice If I am roughing it under the stars without a tent or with only a tarp.
It is rated down to -15C and i can testify to this having woken up on dartmoor and in the llarig dhu covered in snow and frost but still toasty inside
It zips along the top rather than the side which can take a bit of getting used to if you are used to standard bags , but obce you get used to it it makes getting in and out even easier
It is also big which is a real plus if you are my size (6'4 and 13 stone) and it can easily accomodate me fully gloved with my boots on
great stuff, and not that expensive either
------------------------------ Some people are like slinkies, good for nowt, but they make you smile when pushed down stairs