Item # euwib0ru11zz-eureka-sleeping-bags-4-season

Eureka Wild Basin 0 Sleeping Bag

Eureka Wild Basin 0 Sleeping Bag
Sold Out

Sorry this item is currently sold out.

Please use this discount coupon for an
additional 5% off during checkout:




Description: Eureka Wild Basin 0 Sleeping Bag

A comfortable, thermally efficient mummy bag for all-around use.

Key Features of the Eureka Wild Basin 0 4 Season Sleeping Bag:
  • Temp Rating 0 degreeF / -18 degreeC
  • Style Mummy
  • Size 84"x32"x20"
  • Insulation Eureka! ThermaShield synthetic insulation
  • Fill Weight 3lb 8oz
  • Carry Weight 4lb 13oz
  • Shell Fabrics Durable 75D / 210T Polyester Ripstop 68D / 190T Polyester Taffeta combination shell
  • Lining Fabric "Warm to Touch" 68D / 190T Peached Polyester lining
  • Hood Adjustable hood with draw cord face closure
  • Pillow Pocket Soft and comfortable fleece pillow pocket
  • Draft Collar Draw cord top closure traps heat inside the bag
  • Internal Pocket Internal, ergonomic pocket with hook/loop closure
  • External Pocket N/A
  • Stuff Sack Type Space saving, 4-way, compression stuff sack
  • Stuff Sack Size 10.5" x 19"
  • Zipper # 5, locking, mateable, 2-way zipper
  • Zipper Side Right
  • Logo Embroidered logo
  • Double layer insulation with full cover shell construction
  • 3D anatomical footbox
  • Fully insulated zipper draft tube

Wild Basin 0

There are no reviews for this item. Write a Review
5 Stars
4 Stars
3 Stars
2 Stars
1 Star

Browse 1 question and 1 answer
Hide answersShow all answers | Sort by
Why did you choose this? Store
this is actually a pretty damn good bag. was camping in -0 degrees C and was fine all night.
Philip C on Oct 21, 2013
how small does this pack down? need for a motorcycle trip
A shopper on Jul 5, 2014
Best Answer: I have the Alps Slick Rock Sleeping Bag which is very comparable to the Eureka Wild Basin Sleeping Bag in compression size. The stuff sack is 19" long and 10.5" in diameter, but you can compress it down much further.

As you ride plan to ride and camp consider getting a 3 season bag instead of a 4 season. Anything rated at 0° F (4 season) will be REALLLLLLLY warm during the summer months. 3 season sleeping bags use a lighter loft and compress/pack smaller.

Check out the 3 season sleeping bags here:

Keep both wheels on the ground and have fun rolling thunder.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jul 11, 2014
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)

Discover 60,000 ways to explore the Land of 10,000 Lakes. Whether you play in it, explore in it or relax in it, we always have the best gear on-hand and in-season.

Weekly Deals to fuel a lifetime of adventure. Save up to 70% on products for every season and passion! Save big. Explore more.

Maybe outsold but never undersold. We offer the best price match guarantee on every product. We match prices so you don't have to.

A simple way to share the love. The House gift card personalizes your gift beyond the plastic. Give the gift that never needs a receipt.