Soldier 95 Sleeping Bag

Soldier 95 Sleeping Bag

Product Ref: 01967.   Military Issue - Used
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Further Information
Further Information
  • Weight 2.95 kg
  • Synthetic hollow fibre filling
  • Quilted material
  • Drawstring hood
  • Overall length approx 200cm
  • Width tapers from approx 80 to 60cm
  • Temperature rating down to -15 deg C
  • 2 inside mesh pockets
A genuine issue British Army Soldier 95 sleeping bag.
Q & A's
Q & A's
Q: Do these 95 sleeping bags have the water proof base and water resistant capability of the 58 pattern bags?
A: No, these are not water-resistant at all so would need to be used inside a tent or with a bivvy bag.
Reviews (any views expressed are solely those of the reviewer)
Reviews
No lightweight!
This is a big, synthetic filled bag from the 1990's, with a 1/2 length central (ventral?) zip, in turn covered by a substantial padded and velcro'd flap. Draw cord and padded hood.. Heavy around 2.5 kg, and big although a compression bag will reduce this considerably. It is a good 3-4 season bag, rated on its own to about -10/15c . With a liner, available for about a fiver, and and decent bivvi, you have a system that will keep you warm and snug, wherever, however.
Pros: Robust, Available in different sizes, Adaptable, Warm, Cheap
Cons: Heavy, Bulky
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Ferret in Suffolk