A light and roomy bag, ideal for summer camping.
The Hi Gear Horizon Sleeping Bag is a soft, comfortable mummy-shaped sleeping bag that's best used in the summer months, to keep you warm and snug while you camp.
It's 300g/m² Mono Fibre/Polyester filling and soft polyester lining will store your body's heat in the bag with you all night.
|Foot Box Width:
||230 x 80 x 55cm
||38cm x 20cm
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Good for the price, 23 July 2014
By Overlanding Medic (Manchester, North West, England)
I have not used this in anger yet. just a little play about in the garden. I bought this for the girl friend for her first camp out and on initial inspection it is good for the price. fairly well made. came in a good quality stuff sack and is fairly light if a little bulky.
You get what you pay for it is never going to beat my Ajungilak (Mammut) sleeping bag but that was a lot more expensive.
By Crazy camper (Edinburgh)
Just came back from camping after replacing our previous sleeping bags - all 3 of us were freezing all weekend in these bags - we were layered up and kept our wee fan heater going but still cold
I would think twice about buying these
ok for what you pay for it!, 07 June 2012
By Familycamper (Preston, Lancashire)
This sleeping bag is light weight and comes with a carrier which it fits back into well.
For what i paid for it it's a good, practical budget sleeping bag but i found it didn't keep me very warm. We camped in June the weather wasn't brilliant but not cold. I went to bed with 3 layers on including thick pj's and still woke in the night feeling very cold. I would say a good bag for summer camping or if you are a hot person!
Cosy but problematic, 18 February 2012
By CarloP (Amersham)
This is a good-sized bag, not too heavy and compresses well. I found it a little cold and to me it felt somewhere between a 1 and 2 season bag.
But I had problems with it: within two days the paracord fixing in the hood came unstitched and on its fourth outing the zip broke leaving me with a somewhat impractical mummy-shaped duvet, Thank heavens for fleece! Go Outdoors were happy to replace it and I took the opportunity to upgrade to a Hi-Gear Ridgeline 2 which has proved excellent - warmer and much better made. For the extra few pounds I'd say go for the Ridgeline 2 - it's worth it!
Hi Gear Horizon Mummy Shaped Sleeping Bag, 31 May 2011
By TDan (Derby)
This bag is excellent value for money and for a two season bag. the weight and pack size are reasonable, a compression sack is included too.
The zips and toggles are good quality, easily accesible and work without snagging. I found the bag to be sufficiently warm, for Spring and Summer use and would probably stretch to 3 seasons depending on location.
For anyone looking to get kitted out on a tight budget, I'd definitely recommend this bag. Couldn't fault it for the price, just remember it is a budget bag so set your expectations accordingly.