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Eureka 2641551 Wild Basin Mummy Sleeping Bag - Long

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Whether you are just planning on enjoying a casual camping trip, or you are a regular outdoorsman who enjoys roughing it under the stars, the right sleeping bag can make or break your adventure. This mummy style sleeping bag from Eureka is long enough to fit almost anyone, and it is rated to keep you warm in temperatures as low as 0 degrees. The easy to use zipper and pockets make this sleeping back useful and convenient for sleeping whether you are in a tent or under the stars.
  • Zipper side - Left
  • Size - 90" x 34" x 20"
  • Fill weight - 3.9 lbs.
  • Carry weight - 5.5 lbs.


  • Double layer off-set multi-needle quilt construction
  • Fully adjustable contoured hood
  • Differentially cut
  • Draft tube


  • Polyester taffeta liner
  • Inside "stash pocket"
  • Fleece pillow pocket
  • Trapezoidal foot box


  • Polyester mini ripstop shell
  • #5, 2-way, self-repairing zipper
  • Compression stuff sack included
Manufacturer: Eureka Camping
Part Number: 2641551
Elite Deals Item Number: ECT-2641551
UPC: 083826415517

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Product Reviews
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100% Recommend this product (11 of 11 responses)
By Chau Bateman
March 24, 2014
Zipper Needs Improvement
Great bag, keeps me warm even when it gets down to about 35 degrees F. I’m not crazy about the zipper, though. The teeth are small and the pull-tabs bend easily. I’m thinking they’re going to break off before long, and then how will I zip it? The tiny teeth on the zipper itself also get hung up. If your hands are cold, this zipper is especially tough to work with. The bag itself is great, though, so it’s too bad I have to gripe about the zipper. Improve that and I’ll write a better review.
By Raul Montano
October 21, 2012
Didn't Keep Me Warm Enough
If I had it to do over again and could get this bag for sixty bucks or so, I’d do it. But I’d recommend you use it only for car camping or when the weather isn’t cold. A friend and I took a hiking/backpacking for a couple of days. The nights got down to ten degrees or so, and I was too cold at night when using this bag. Negatives: Fill is thin. Zippers are cheap. Hard to compress into a small sack. Positives: The bag is roomy. Would be fine if the nights were no colder than about 25 degrees.
By Walter Talbot
July 24, 2012
Performs Well
If you want a bag that keeps you warm at night when the temps range from 30 degrees to 40 degrees, this would be a good choice. The description says it’s rated as low as zero degrees Fahrenheit. I usually assume you have to add about 20 degrees on to those descriptions. I used this bag one night when it got down to about 20, and I wasn’t as warm as I’d have liked. On the other hand, if the night is fairly warm (say, 60 degrees or higher), you might be too hot in this bag. Of course, you can always sleep on top of it. Good bag for mild temps and car camping or canoe trips—a little heavy to carry on a hike.
By Xavier Valadez
North Carolina
November 28, 2011
Bulky? Yes, but What Did You Expect???
People complain about the bag being bulky. Well, what do you expect if you’re looking for a bag that will keep you warm on cold nights? I think it’s a great bag, and is a good bargain for the cost. Great quality, kept me warm when the temps were below 30 F. My wife and I zipped it up to a second bag, and that was a really nice way to keep us both warm. I think everybody will like this bag unless you’re planning on hiking a long way and don’t want to have to carry it.
By Roman Bowser
August 16, 2011
Too Big for Backpacking
Well, I can’t comment on whether this bag keeps you warm or not; I never got to use it. Why? Beause it was too big to stuff into my backpack! True stuff size is probably about 13 x 20. Going camping? You should be fine with it. Going backpacking? Nope.
By Ken Willett
February 7, 2011
Great Bag! Stuff Sack? Not So Great
I love this sleeping bag. We’ve used this on several Boy Scout trips. No complaints about the bag. Stuff sack? That’s a different story. Right after we got the bag and unrolled it the first time, when I was trying to cram the bag back into the sack, one of the strap buckles broke. Oh great. So I may have to find another sack somewhere else to use instead. I was disappointed, too, because I really thought I was going to like the stuff sack.
By Veronica Hutchins
October 6, 2010
Warm but Bulky
On the good side, this bag keeps you toasty, is comfy, and has a hood that you can adjust, which I like a lot. But it’s unwieldy—not something you’d want to carry in a backpack. And I really struggled to fit it into its carrying sack.
By Jenee Regina
July 22, 2010
First, a little about myself. I’m just over five feet tall, and I tell people that even though I have a “warm heart,” I’m “cold natured.” By which I mean I tend to be cold even when other people are warm. So, having told you that, I’ll now tell you about this sleeping bag. I found it quite snug and cozy for someone of my height. If you’re taller than me, you may want to consider ordering the longer version. Also, in my opinion the bag should not be rated for temperatures as cold as zero degrees Fahrenheit. I’ve used it on three trips, and as long as the night-time temps stayed from above freezing to around 50, it was great—nice and snug! I’d also recommend that you get a sleeping pad to put under it—that will help keep you warmer too. Pros: The “stuffable” pillow is great—I stuffed it with my down-filled jacket and had a great night’s sleep. The bag also really keeps out the wind. Cons: Too heavy to carry on long camping trips (although it’s not bad at all for walk-in sites). Kind of hard to get it back into the sack when you’re packing up. But I like this bag a lot and would recommend it.
By Asia Dawkins
April 10, 2010
Happy with It
No complaints. Price is right. Quality is great. Keeps me warm. Not heavy. Adjustable hood is a nice feature. I like it and recommend it!
By Brock Moser
January 17, 2010
Excellent Bag
I always park near where I’m camping, so the size and weight of this bag aren’t issues for me. I sleep great in it on cold nights—really warm! I also like the hood that can be adjusted. It’s got plenty of room and seems to be of sturdy construction. I’m happy with it!
By Andy Traylor
December 31, 2009
Plan to Wear Lots of Clothes
This didn’t keep my son warm enough on a cold night of camping. He had to put on all the clothes he had with him. . . . That kept him almost warm enough. Probably an OK bag if the weather isn’t too cold.